Getting the perfect shot used to be difficult – there was no way to view the results of a photographer’s work immediately away, and you could only hope that your photos turned out as well as you had hoped. So it’s no surprise that people occasionally get wildly unanticipated results, especially when it comes to family portraits.
How to exercise a baby:
“My mother snapped the ideal picture of my sister and me exactly 27 years ago. Some things remain constant.”
“The ‘Oh crap’ face was invented by my sister.”
“While on a hike, we wanted to snap a family shot, but our 9-month-old was clearly hungry.”
“My father was certain that the church photo would only be shot from the waist up,”
“Our younger brother dozed out in the dentist’s chair.”
“I am the only member of my family who was born in the United States. I’m also the poster child for when your parents don’t know English and clothe you.”
Did your mother even love you if she wasn’t turning herself into a ramp for your new BMX?
Each of us had a goth uncle named Jack.
“In the late 1980s, my brother and I. It was obvious that missing band practise for any reason was out of the question.”
“The photographer felt it would be a great idea to picture my siblings and me with our adorable puppies.”
“As a kid, my boyfriend adored little appliances, and the vacuum sweeper was his favourite.”
“I’m just keeping an eye on my older sister.”
“My sister fell asleep on a family walk and ended up on the ground for this photo.”
When you’re attempting to cling to your youth far too tightly:
Do you have any embarrassing family photos? Please leave them in the comments section!