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  • Gisele Fergus

    Great family photo idea to go along with the family tree

  • Ashley Watson

    Great FAmily photo idea. (If you find the original source please post in the comments below.) I have 5 Generations of oldest women in my family! Brilliantly cute idea :)

  • K H

    20 Fathers Day Gift Ideas with Kids | Cool photo idea!

  • Betty Chavez

    Family Photos, cool idea, take a persons history form infant to old age, A quick look back a life

  • Phoebe Dunn

    Great Father's Day Photo Idea - Family Portrait - All the Generations

  • Nicole Kurzendoerfer

    fall family photo ideas | Coolest family portrait idea! | Fall/Family Picture Ideas

  • Pat Joyce

    Any father who appreciates photography (or just fatherhood) will love this gift idea! How 'bout it for fathers day>?

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4 generations. Should've done this with nana:( guess ill have to wait until one of my girls have a baby:)

Generation portrait, i want to do this

Great idea...it makes a portrait much more interesting. You could also have people hold pictures of the things they enjoy, or make a genealogy picture - have each person hold a picture of their parents.

5 Generations....beautiful. Our family tried something similar in the hospital with our firstborn. Just mommy, daddy, baby, but it was one of my favorite photos from that time. Love those teeny fingers in comparison to the big hands.

You need to do this with your Grandmama before it is too late. Generations Print. Love this....

photograph for the generations - just take a picture of the youngest generation and then take a picture of each older generation holding the previous picture.

Multi-generation of hands...very cool.

We took this picture with our 4 generations and it didn't quite come out the same but truly is a fun shot and I would recommend it for everyone. I love infant hands and I love the wisdom of our elders hands as well. So this is a thumbs up. My generation photos our listed under my boards under Family Photos from Live to Believe.

Generations Photo. No link, just an idea. Choose one frame and print 8x10s for each level, incorporate angles! If one generation is no longer with us, do the same in reverse.