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Real Vs. Fake Smiles

Tips for eliminating Fake smiles Kids are completely unpredictable. They can be so adorable and easy going and laughing uncontrollably one minute, and the next minute, turn that charm off completely. They will typically smile for you all day long until you put them in front of a camera, then they freeze up like a deer in headlights. We want to avoid the gritted teeth and bug-eyed forced smiles during our session. Here are some things you can do to help all of us have a fantastic session and guarantee that the smiles that I capture are genuine smiles and not forced. If you have any other ideas/suggestions please feel free to comment on the post and I can add them for future clients. My goal is to capture the best memories possible for you and your family. Here are some things you can do: 1. Make a list of things that your child thinks are funny and send it to us prior to the session. This way, we can be prepared and add these things into our bag of tricks. 2. Also give us a list of iceb…