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2022 Easter Update: 20 Tips and Ideas for Your Easter Family Photography

Easter is a time when families get together to celebrate and spend a splendid time. It’s also a great opportunity for some amazing family photos. If you’re looking for ideas on how to take your Easter family photos to the next level, look no further. 

This article will discuss some of the best photo ideas for Easter families. We’ll also give you some tips on what to wear in your Easter photos. 

Easter Picture Ideas for Family Photos

When it comes to Easter family photos, you should keep a few things in mind. Here are six classic family picture ideas that will help you capture the essence of the holiday and some tips on making them even better.

  1. Coloring Eggs

One of the most popular Easter traditions is coloring eggs. This photo is a great way to capture the fun and excitement of the holiday. Be sure to have the easter decorating kit and ask everyone in the family to help out with the coloring process.

The best way to get good results with this photo is to use natural light. Position your subjects near a window, and have them hold the eggs against the light. This will create a beautiful, soft glow that will make your photos look amazing.

a little boy coloring Easter egg

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If you don’t have access to natural light, try using a flash. Be sure to adjust the settings so that the flash is pointed towards the ceiling. This will help to create a more natural look and avoid harsh shadows.

Another thing to keep in mind is composition. Try to position your family members so that they are all looking in the same direction. This will make your photo look more cohesive and intentional.

  1. Easter Picnic 

When most people think of Easter, they think of a big family picnic. Easter is the perfect time to get outside and enjoy the warm weather. What could be more fun than a day spent playing games, eating food, and spending time with your loved ones? These pictures will capture memories that you and your family can cherish for years.

Here are a few tips for taking great Easter picnic photos:

Pick a beautiful location. A park or garden is perfect for an Easter picnic photoshoot. Be sure to choose a spot that is surrounded by natural beauty.

Play games. A game of tag or frisbee is the perfect way to get everyone in the spirit for some fun photos.

Include your pets. If you have any furry friends, include them in your Easter photos. Pets always make for great photos.

Capture the laughter. One of the best things about a family picnic is the laughter and fun that comes with it. Make sure to capture these moments in your photos.

  1. Easter Food Photography 

Food photography has become increasingly popular in recent years. Professional food photographers can make a dish look mouth-watering. However, you don’t need to be a professional to take great food photos. With some tips and practice, you can create stunning images of your Easter feast that will last a lifetime.

A photo of food taken in Easter family activeities

Photo by Gor Davtyan on Unsplash

For you to get the best performance when taking Easter food photos, consider the following;

Lighting is key. The best time to take food photos is when the light is soft and warm during the golden hour. If you can’t shoot during this time, try to find a spot with lots of natural light.

Use props. Props can add interest to your photos and help tell a story. Think about what you can use to enhance your shot, such as flowers, napkins, or utensils.

  1. Take Pics With the Easter Bunny

The Easter Bunny is a classic symbol of Easter, and what could be more fun than taking a family photo with this furry friend? It will be a fun memory for your family, but it will also be a great conversation starter for years to come. And who knows, maybe your kids will even get a kick out of meeting the Easter Bunny.

To get the best performance out of your Easter Bunny photo, keep the following tips in mind: First, try to find a calm and gentle bunny. This will make it easier for your kids to approach, and they’ll be more likely to smile and enjoy the experience. Second, take the time to position everyone in the frame so that everyone is visible and everyone looks the best.

  1. Let Your Kids Open Their Easter Baskets

As any parent knows, getting kids to cooperate for a family photo can be challenging. But with a little creativity, you can capture some truly memorable Easter photos. One idea is to let your kids open their Easter baskets in front of the camera.

This will add some excitement to the photo, but it will also give your kids something to focus on other than the camera. If you’re looking for something more traditional, try setting up an Easter egg hunt. You can hide plastic eggs around the house or yard and then have your kids search for them. 

This is a great way to get everyone moving and smiling, and it’s sure to result in some adorable photos. Whatever route you choose, you can create some lasting Easter memories with your family with a little planning and effort.

  1. Wear Easter-themed Costumes

While the Easter Bunny is undoubtedly the star of the show, there’s no reason why your family can’t get in on the fun too. A few well-chosen Easter-themed costumes can add a touch of whimsy to your holiday photos. And who knows? You might even end up with a prize-winning shot. 

a photo of boy wearing in animail pajama

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Here are a few ideas to get you started with the Easter-themed pop costumes:

Easter Eggs: This is a fun idea for families with small children. Have the kids dress up like Easter eggs, and you can even hide them around the house or yard for a fun Easter egg hunt game.

Easter carrot: This can be a great prop for kids, and it can also help add some color to your photos. Just make sure that everyone in the picture is looking in the same direction, or the carrot will look like a strange creature.

Bunny ears: Bunny ears are a classic Easter accessory, and they look great in family photos. You can find bunny ears at most party stores or create your own out of construction paper or felt. Just make sure that everyone in the picture is wearing their bunny ears before you start snapping.

Easter baskets: You can use them to hide eggs or have the kids hold them while they pose for the camera. Just make sure that the Easter basket is in the photo, or else it will look like you forgot something.

Easter Family Picture Outfits

When it comes to Easter family photos, what you wear can make or break the shot. Here are some essential tips and outfit ideas to help you look your best in front of the camera.

  1. Coordinate Colors 

Try to choose colors that will coordinate well together. This will help your photos look cohesive. A good rule of thumb is to stick to a neutral color palette with pops of color. That way, everyone will compliment each other without looking too matchy-matchy. 

  1. Avoid Busy Patterns

Busy patterns can be distracting in photos and too many patterns can be overwhelming in a photo. Try to choose solid colors or patterns that are subtle. Solid colors are always a safe bet when dressing for photos. They help create a cohesive look, and they don’t distract from your face.

a Easter family picture of father holding two kids

Photo by Nathan Dumlao on Unsplash

  1. Dress for the Season

If you’re taking Easter family photos in early spring, dress accordingly. A light jacket or scarf can help keep you warm, and colorful accessories will add springtime flair.

  1. Dress for the Location 

If you’re taking your photos outdoors, dress for the location. A pretty park may call for a more casual outfit, while a formal garden might require something a little dressier. If you are shooting in a park, you may want to wear jeans and a t-shirt. If you’re taking Easter pictures at a church or other religious venue, dress appropriately.

  1. Layer Up

Layers are a great way to create a stylish and flattering look in photos. Try wearing a cardigan or jacket over a dress or blouse, or layer different types of shirts together.

  1. Think About Accessories 

Accessories can be a great way to add personality to your outfits. Scarves, hats, and sunglasses can all help you express your style. Accessories can be a great way to add personality to an outfit, but don’t go overboard. A few well-chosen accessories can make your look stand out.

  1. Let the Kids be Creative 

If your kids are old enough, let them choose their Easter outfits. They’ll love being able to express their personality through their clothes.

  1. Dress Up the Pet

If you have a pet, dress them up for Easter photos. There are so many adorable pet costumes, and your furry friend will love getting all dressed up.

  1. Avoid White Clothing

White clothing can often be a disaster in photos. It tends to show every little detail, and it cannot be easy to match with other colors. Instead, choose bright colors since they always look great in photos, especially Easter family pictures. They add personality and interest to the shot.

  1. Wear Clothes that Fit Well 

It’s important to wear clothes that fit well in photos. Baggy clothes can make you look larger than you are, while tight clothes may be unflattering.

a girl holding a ducky in fron of her family members

Photo by Nathan Dumlao on Unsplash

  1. Find an Inspiration Piece 

Planning an outfit for the whole family can be overwhelming. If you’re feeling lost and don’t know where to start, we recommend finding a shirt or dress that speaks to your heart--and then build off it. 

  1. Textures Are Your Friend

One of my favorite things about Easter family pictures is adding textures to bring more life into the photo. Whether by wearing a fitted shirt with some texture like a crocheted blanket, using scarves as belts for jeans and skirts, or even having fun in grassy fields-try different ways of incorporating these little details that can make all the difference between great shots.

  1. Take Time to Pre-plan

The perfect family picture outfit starts with a plan. Don’t wait until the last minute to put together an entire wardrobe for your loved ones; it takes too much time and energy. Try starting by looking at what each person already owns so you can find pieces that work well together rather than buying everything new or paying extra fees just because these are special occasions. 

  1. Put On Something That Makes You Happy

The perfect family picture outfit is one that you feel great in. If it's never going to be more than just a snap or two with your kids, skip those formal outfits and opt instead for something easy-to-wear like jeans and an elegant top.

Conclusion

So, there you have it. Our 20 tips and ideas for Easter family photography. We hope that you find these helpful and that they result in some beautiful memories that you can look back on for years to come.

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