Shoot Along has interviewed hundreds of professional photographers over the years, asking how they capture their own families. Here are a few highlights. We love to learn from different perspectives and will be adding more to this collection!

 
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Me Ra Koh

"Some days we feel discouraged, and other days we feel unstoppable. I think this is part of the cycle when building a dream. And that is what I want my kids to learn most of all."

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Kevin Cook

"The best advice I ever received was to be myself. I know it sounds cliche, and it kind of is... but it holds a lot of weight in photography."

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MIchele Anderson

"It doesn't matter if you don't have time to edit them right away...editing will always be there. Capture the moment anyway."

 
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Amy Drucker

"Well, as much as I love my cameras, I don't consider myself a gear-head. I can be pretty happy shooting with whatever camera I've got with me.

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Erin Elizabeth

"I learned quickly that less is more when it comes to Photoshop."

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Beryl Young

"Making an image is so often so much more than the technical. It's about slowing down long enough to shoot with clear intention too."

 

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