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What really happens during A Day In The Life | Sleeping

As the documentary approach to family photography is growing within the photographer community, we’ve noticed that it might be hard to understand how it differs from regular “photo sessions”. So we thought we’d show you through a What really happens series.

When thinking about family documentary photo sessions, the length of the session might seem scary. Four hours? Six hours? A FULL DAY? The kids will be cranky if they don’t get a nap in.

Well guess what? Naps and bed time do happen during these sessions. Because the photographer will document whatever goes on naturally for your family there is no need to keep the kids – or parents! – awake.

Antonina Mamzenko, London UK

 

Jenna Christina Photography, San Jose, California

 

Susanne Heiker Fotografie, Munich, Germany

 

Ana Pratas Fotografia, Portugal

If you are a documentary family photographer who would love to submit your work to blog posts like these, you can join the community here.

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