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When I shoot my family, I usually ask them "innocent", very natural questions like What’s for dinner today? or How do you like this T-shirt? and keep rolling at the same time. It helps to get sound bites from the family members looking and talking naturally without posing for the camera.
Ask your dad: How much did you pay for this pizza? or your mom: Where is my toothbrush? Try to keep it conversational, but don’t overload your vacation video with those "interviews".