Posts Tagged ‘family’

Photo Series Documents American Life by Capturing Families Eating Together

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For the past decade, photographer Douglas Adesko has been creating a photo series that is half photography, half anthropological study. His series Family Meal captures families of all types, cultures and sizes sitting together and enjoying a meal. Read more…

An Honest Family Christmas Card Photo

If families always listened when photographers say, “look natural”, this is what nearly every Christmas card would look like. Clever.

(via HuffPo via Gizmodo)

Add Some Cuteness to Your Soap Bottles with Photos of Trapped People

Jill Gillen has a fun photo craft idea for customizing any clear hand sanitizer bottles you have sitting around the house: add photographs of trapped family members! She writes,

I took their photos, cut them out and glue onto white paper. Then photo copy onto transparency paper (Kinkos for less than a dollar), then cut out image and roll it up so that it can fit into the top of a soap bottle. Make sure you have clear soap or sanitizer. Done!

Teacher gift idea, soap craft, keepsake [Pinterest]


Image credits: Photograph by Jill Gillen

‘Genetic Portraits’ Comparing the Faces of Family Members

“Genetic Portraits” is a series by Canadian photographer Ulric Collette in which he blends the portraits of two members of the same family into a single face. It’s interesting to see the similarities and differences among people who share DNA — especially when there’s identical twins.
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Creative Endless Portrait of a Family

If you’re in need of a creative idea for a portrait of your family, check out this one by Flickr user Tu Do — it’s like the “Inception” of family portraits.

I’ve seen a few of “endless” portraits but generally they’re of the same person, which is pretty boring. So I thought of doing a family portrait haha. If you can’t figure it out it’s my dad, followed by my mom, then me, and finally my little brother; repeat. All shot at f/3.5 with an sb-600 bounced at 1/8th power. [#]

This would also be a neat idea for family members across generations (e.g. grandfather, father, son, etc…).


Image credit: Day 32/365 by Tu Do Photo and used with permission