“You don’t take a photograph, you make it”
Family Portrait Sessions
There’s nothing like a group of people who dream, laugh, play and love together. It is amazing to be able to capture the memories that are made between family members as they share their relationships with one another. Every person has his or her own story but all threads run in the same direction: towards their relationship with each other.
I’m so grateful that I get to see how much beauty and happiness there is in this world through my photography.
When you have a toddler, they are so eager to learn about the world around them. They can’t get enough of it and their innocence is at its fullest – but before long those middle years fly by! It’s easy for us adults not to notice how quickly time passes because we’re busy with our jobs or taking care of other people in our lives…but don’t forget that this precious moment will pass in an instant. Make sure your family has photos from every stage- especially since these moments won’t last forever!
So if you are ready to book then please do get in touch with us. We can be reached on 01309 358020 or by messaging us through our contact page.
“It is more important to click with people than to click the shutter.”
FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHY IDEAS
- Families of three, four and five. Plan to have a family photo shoot every 2-3 years – everyone changes so much! You will love looking back at such lovely memories and so will the children too. Family pictures give them a great sense of being loved and belonging.
- ‘Mummy and Me’ or ‘Daddy and Me’ images are always filled with striking emotion. The love for a child rivals no other. These are great family images and ones you will treasure in the family forever.
- Get the grandparents involved – They are often such a big part of the children’s world. Document it and get them in the frame too. It often makes for the most powerful family portraits.
- Think about the extended family – do you have siblings with children? Have you got some family portraits of them altogether. These are often fun-filled sessions and wonderful for cousins.
from the blog
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