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    Capturing true character and what’s real has always been a top priority of mine when shooting both portraits and candids. However, I’m sure you will agree that it’s easier said than done, especially when you have restless kids and stressed out moms & dads who don’t like getting their pictures taken!...
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    • Shari Nelson

      Some really good tips to help add more feeling to your photos and capture true character. Best tips I've seen. I think I'll send the link to this post to whomever takes our family photos next. ... Photos like these are EXACTLY what I want!

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