Close to Home: What happens when artists photograph their own families?

Close to Home: What happens when artists photograph their own families?

The big picture.
Feb. 9 2011 3:17 AM

Don't Look for Smiles

When the camera is trained on an artist's own family, expect a struggle.

Slide Show: Don't Look for Smiles. Click image to expand.

Click here to read a slide show essay on portraits of photographers' families.

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Sarah Boxer is the author of Ultimate Blogs and In the Floyd Archives: A Psycho-Bestiary

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