An important thing a photographer needs to learn is how to take and group photos. Sometimes it can feel like you are wrangling a circus, but if you learn to take control of the situation, direct people you can create a great photo that include many different personalities and people. Included in taking large group photos is taking sub-group photos. This can be with either different family groups, or with different parts of an organization. It may be difficult at first, but once you learn the tricks to group photography, you can get some great shots!
I would like to introduce you to some of the greatest people I know. I met the majority of them at the beginning of this semester, but I have to tell you that they have been some of the greatest blessings I have had this semester. Each one of them has great unique talents and are very driven They are also so kind, respectful and helpful. We have had to spend a lot of time together and have become very close. Almost like a class family! I could gush about them all day and tell you a list of why each of them is so great but that would take quite a long time. So just know that each one of them is spectacular! I have loved being in this class, getting to know them and learning from them. I will be sad when it is over, but not too sad because friendship lasts forever!
So without further ado, here is the large group photo for the BYU-Idaho Professional Imaging Class of Fall 2013.
Large Group Photo
Sub Group Photos