Chicago 2012 – Session 8

Believe me when I say this was a whirlwind kind of session. Ten superbly fun people in 45 minutes. Numerous combinations of family members to photograph. This has the makings of a great math problem, does it not?  How many different photo combinations of ten people can a photographer take using the following people:  A mom, a dad, two sleepy children, three grandparents, one great-grandparent, an uncle and the uncle’s prettier half. 😉   GO!

Get back to me when you have the answer. There’s a black sharpie and a half roll of packing tape on my desk that has your name on it as a reward.

Here are sixteen of the combinations. I was afraid you’d fall asleep if I showed you the entire answer to the problem (and also, that would be cheating!).


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