Do you come from a family of photography enthusiasts? Are your shelves groaning under the weight of family albums?

BBC Four is looking for a family of photo fanatics – ideally three generations of snappers – to dig deep into their treasured photo collections and share their most precious memories.

Smile! The Nation’s Family Album will tell the story of family life in Britain from the 1950s to the modern day, by focusing on the cameras that shaped home photography, and the people that used them… You!

What cameras did you shoot with? Box Brownie? Instamatic? Polaroid? Or even Photobooth?

We are looking for a family whose love of photography spans generations, and whose photographs capture – perhaps without even realising it – the changing social history of Britain.

We are looking for those seemingly everyday moments that will help tell the story of how Britain has changed over the last 60 years.

Does this sound like your family? We want to hear from you!


Find out how to take part go to  BBC Family Album