Brothers | Carlisle PA Family Photographer

One thing they're always teaching you in photography workshops or online tutorials (and something I teach moms in my How to Take Better Photos of Your Kids lessons), is that you really shouldn't keep more than one of the "same" picture. I guarantee you do it. We all do it. You take a bunch of photos of your little cutie being... well... cute. And guess what? They're all keepers because, for once in her life, your crazy little girl smiled right at the camera and gave you a big cheesy grin over and over and over. Of course you just snapped away while she did that - it was solid gold!!! But afterward, I'm not kidding, you should delete all of those except 1, maybe 2. Even if they're all good, you can't keep them all. What are you going to do with near duplicates of one good photo? Nothing. You aren't going to print both. You won't post both. You shouldn't keep both. 

Unless of course you want to break your own rules (insert that arm raised emoji here) and keep more than one. I love the story these three photos tell when put together. What it's like to be the older brother, what it's like to be the younger brother, what it's like to have a built in best friend to get in trouble with all day long...