Life goes by, in the blink of an eye.
How many times we suddenly uttered the question "How time flies?" Now that they all grown up and have their own lives, how we wish we could go back in time, to have at least one family photograph to cherish, but then again sometimes we missed this kind of precious opportunity, once you've lost the chance, you can never get it back.
Family bonding requires an effort. Today's families live hectic lives. Maintaining the family bonds that we all desire to have can be hard, but it can be a reality. It’s no secret that families are spending less and less time together. In some cases, there is no choice about it. Parents have to work and everyone has busy schedules. One thing that doesn’t change with time is the love that we have for our children. People are struggling to maintain some sort of a bond with their families in the midst of hectic lives.
Start with time. “Quality not quantity” has repeatedly been stressed. The fact is, it’s true. Everyone has busy days, and everyone needs to unwind.
So better take advantage of any time that you are together and tune in to each other. A Family portrait sessions is another great activity that you and your family can do, together. It’s a very good investment, to capture the fun & bonding moments of each other. Imagine you can make an album or big prints in a frame that you can hang and display in your very home. You can upload and share your family portraits in various social media that you show and be proud of.
Life is short. Live it now.
Don’t keep it in reserve against a day you might not have. Because now is all we have.
A collection of beautiful portraits for Genel Family.
I truly believe that "The love of a Family is life's greatest blessing."
Photographers: Joel H. Garcia & Ma-anne Roque for JHG Photography
The True Value of a Family Portraits: P R I C E L E S S.
People always wait for the “perfect time” to do family portraits. There is no perfect time.
Chances are, it rarely crosses our mind, until it is too late.
Moments pass quickly, and I think we all find that the older we get, the faster time passes.
Children are born, and before we know it they are graduating from high school, getting married and having children of their own.
How many of us have family portraits that we can pass down to our children, or our grandchildren? Albums, printed art, tactile images to treasure? How will you be remembered by your family? It certainly will not be said by any family members after you are gone,
You never know when that picture may be the only thing left as a memory for someone, which will definitely
be more valuable than some of the things that we choose to spend our money on.
Every family must have a family portrait.