Episode 219: How to Create Love-Soaked Family Portraits – Brooke Schultz

Are your family portraits missing connection between your subjects?

In episode 219 of the Bokeh Podcast, Brooke Schultz shares three simple ways you can adjust your approach to family portraits to capture love-soaked and soulful images.

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Show Notes

Technique for Time:
Automation is the magic sauce for solopreneurship.
Batch work can help save you time.

Book Recommendations: The Big Leap by Gay Hendrix – bit.ly/bp-bigleap

The Gear Bag:
Pentax 645 N2 w/ 75mm 1.2
Nikon F100 w/ Sigma Art 1.4

Brand Position: Soulful Family Photographer

Advice for Photographers: You’re going to fail and you’re going to look stupid, but be willing to show up for that.

What story do you want to tell about what a family is?

How to Get Love-Soaked Family Portraits:
1. Create connection through touching heads.
2. Expect things to go wrong so you can prepare to handle anything that could come up.
3. Invent games out of simple poses, so it will make the session fun.

The Untethered Soul – Michael Singer – bit.ly/bp-untethered