Family Portrait

Basket Case

Basket Case - Family Portrait

“My parents had brought me to a portrait studio, and apparently I didn’t want my picture taken. It was taken anyway, just with a surreal approach.”

(submitted by Shannon)

In Family Portrait • April 25th, 2016 • 1 Comment »

Direct Hit

Direct Hit - *AFP Hall Of Fame*

“This family portrait was taken during a beach photo session. Yes, that is a frisbee flying towards my husband’s face. Fortunately, nobody was seriously injured in the process, and we DID end up using this picture on our Christmas card that year. It just pretty much sums up our family in a way no words can.”

(submitted by Nora)

In *AFP Hall Of Fame* • April 22nd, 2016 • 3 Comments »

The Color Of Anguish

The Color Of Anguish - Family Portrait

“I was two and by brother was four. I’m not sure why I was in such a bad mood that day but I didn’t want to have my picture taken.
My parents told the photographer to take the picture anyway. This was the end result.”

(submitted by Leah)

In Family Portrait • April 22nd, 2016 • 2 Comments »

Weight Loss

Weight Loss - Family Portrait

“Mom, Dad, and I had each lost over 100 lbs. so we thought we’d show it off. Our son is very surprised!”

(submitted by Bruce)

In Family Portrait • April 18th, 2016 • Add A Comment »

All About The Arm

All About The Arm - Family Portrait

“It’s all about the arm.”

(submitted by Maylana)

In Family Portrait • April 14th, 2016 • 1 Comment »

Mohawk Pride

Mohawk Pride - Family Portrait

“This is a photo of my family taken in 1987. I have a long mohawk and I am in the back center of this photo. My dad wanted to know how I was going to hide the mohawk in the family photo but my mom said ‘Heck no, he’s gonna wear it up!'”

(submitted by Chris)

In Family Portrait • April 14th, 2016 • 5 Comments »

Where Do I Put My Arms?

Where Do I Put My Arms? - Family Portrait

“I’m the one next to my Dad, holding my arms in like I’m surrounded by lepers. In the years since, I’ve taken more natural photos with my family, but this one can still be seen today on top of my Mom’s TV.”

(submitted by Josh) 

In Family Portrait • April 11th, 2016 • 2 Comments »
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