Was just wondering how you deal with kids/family that doesn't want their picture taken?
I know as a teen, I want through a bit of a time like that with my dad, hiding from the camera on him, feeling self-conscious about my frizzy hair and braces.
Today's my daughters 21st birthday, and again I'm having troubles with her not wanting us to take a picture of her. My son just went out get a movie for us to watch after we couldn't agree/find one on Netflix, and my hubbies asks "can we watch something short while we wait"...then "guess we can't eat cake either."
I suggested that my daughter could get ready for pictures with the cake, and she said nope she didn't want to take pictures.
At this point, I'm not going to push it again, she had a disappointing afternoon when her best friend, after having asked if she wanted to go out this evening to celebrate, texted her back she couldn't ....when my daughter asked if her and her husband and baby son, wanted to come over for supper and cake. Her apparently her husband had a problem with allowing her to come over with the baby...(he didn't want to change his plans cause he's having friends over to party and drink.) Needless to say, my daughter came in crying...not being able to see her best friend.
Anyways, I thought we could discuss ways to help those that don't want their photos taken. What do you do to encourage them to allow the camera, or do you just get creative about scrapbooking the events in another way?