In the age of digital photography, we have started undermining the value of pictures that we take. Even though the financial and aesthetic value has increased due to technological possibilities but the emotional value in our society has fallen. A teenager or a youngster who clicks pictures of self or other objects and people at random several times a day does not understand the emotional significance related to family portraits.
It used to be an activity that played a very important role in connecting the family members and bringing them closer to each other but now the simple process of explaining the importance of this to a youth in the family is a complex task in itself. We are used to putting collages together in moments of time and a family portrait is a well thought out activity for all the family members.
Get a professional to do this if you really want to do this. Have fun filled family portrait ideas if you want you’re teen to get involved instead of making you regret the day you thought of this idea. Let them see how this is going to become a part of the legacy of your family and how they can contribute to it.