The choice of a family portrait is one of the most important parts of the creative process.
But there are plenty of options for how to choose a family painting.
So, in this series of articles, we’re going to go over the top 10 portraits that you can choose from, and share the best ways to do it.
Read more on our Facebook page:The 10 best family portraits available for sale on Pinterest, Instagram and TumblrHere are the top ten family portraits on Pinterest and Instagram, with their most popular tags:”I think it’s the best family portrait,” says one user.
“It’s not just the family, it’s their life together.”
“I love the way they are,” says another.
“There’s something about the way the eyes look that just gives me the creeps.”
“This is my son,” says a third.
“He’s beautiful,” says the fourth.
“A picture of him on his dad’s lap.”
“This is what my son is really like,” says an eighth.
“And this is the most fun,” says someone else.
“I’m really glad I bought this,” says our first reader.
“You know that look, with that wide-eyed expression, that look that they always have?” says another person.
“They’re just like, ‘Oh my god, this is my favorite picture,'” says a final reader.
So, which family portrait should you pick?
The most popular family portrait on Pinterest?
The photo below, of the family sitting in a car, with the caption “I think I’d love to sit in a Porsche with my kids,” from the first article we checked.
It has nearly 2.2 million views and was shared more than 10 million times.
“I love that look.
It’s just like you’re looking at your kids and they’re like, Oh my god.
And then they get excited,” says this family member, who’s a photographer.
“That’s the most wonderful thing you can do with your family,” says that person, who works for a fashion company.
“Especially for your kids, who are always in the car, it gives them a feeling of confidence, a feeling that they’re in control,” says these people, who have a combined 9,000 family portraits.
“So it gives you that confidence to say, ‘This is how I want my family to be.'”
“This family portrait gives the family an instant feeling of love and a sense of belonging,” says photographer Anna-Rose Guebert.
“This family is so happy together.
It feels so much better than the family photo that they have on Facebook,” she adds.
“Their kids look so much more at ease and they feel more at home in their own home.
And it’s a lot more meaningful for them to feel loved and cared for.”
The photo was shared 10,936 times.
A photo posted by @davidmccabe (@david_mccabb) on Oct 28, 2018 at 10:42am PDT”I feel like I would have liked to sit on this family photo,” says reader Sarah, who owns an art studio in Los Angeles.
“The family is just really cute and I love the colors.
The colors are really beautiful.”
“These are the two boys and they have a great conversation,” says author and fashion designer Laura.
“Then I have to say to myself, ‘I don’t have the energy to do this,'” she says.
“If I’m going to have a family photo, I’ll have a photo of my wife and I’ll say to her, ‘Take a look at this.’
Then she can decide if I’m OK with it or not.
It doesn’t matter.”
The family portrait in this photo has nearly 3 million views.
“These two boys are really into each other and they look very comfortable together,” says Laura, who also runs a fashion and beauty brand called Laura M, and whose husband is a fashion designer.
“Laura is so beautiful, and they both look so at ease.
They are so in love with each other.”
“That smile on the boy’s face is so adorable, and I think it makes the family picture even more fun,” writes one reader.
And, finally, there are some family portraits you can’t do without.
“She’s so beautiful,” writes reader Jennifer, who has an art gallery in Los Angles.
“When she smiles, I think to myself: ‘I feel so good.’
She has this amazing smile and her smile is just so perfect.”
“The smile on his face is like a magic wand, and the family is in heaven,” writes author and model, Sarah.
“For me, the family portrait makes it even more magical,” she says, adding that she also has a lot of photos of her husband, David.
“My husband has been married to my mother for 30 years,” she explains.
“Her husband is my father, and she is his only child.”