Family Portrait Photography bookings are now being taken.
I am delighted to be able to say that I am now able to take bookings for family portrait photography and child photography. These sessions do need to be socially distanced and will take place in the great outdoors. As I shoot on a long lens I can stay at least 5 meters away from you.
These sessions are fun. They involve relatively candid photography. There is no very strict posing. The aim is that you have some fun and that your children also enjoy the session. When photographing young children I take the time to get to know them a little. That way they don’t see a big black camera – and they relax! It makes a huge difference to the resulting images and it makes the session much more fun for them. For very young children I’ll often play games with them but always at a large distance so there is no risk of infection! Remember, if you book me, safety is my top priority!
To be completely honest with you, nothing has really changed in the way that I photograph outdoors. I have always stayed a good distance from my clients, because if you get too close it can make the client feel uncomfortable. Shooting on a long lens easily allows me to keep a large distance between us. All that will change is that I will greet you from a distance – I won’t shake your hand! Returning clients won’t get a hug!
The session usually takes around an hour or just over and if you have booked a mini session then you can expect 30 – 40 minutes. I really love photographing outside and particularly at this time of year.
If you’d like to book a session with me then please email by clicking here.
I really can’t wait to photograph families and children again and to create images which you will love and treasure. After this awful time, it will be good to get in the outdoors and capture that. This image was taken on a long lens on a gorgeous day. This was a gorgeous session. Little Izzy on the right had recovered from a kidney transplant – a super inspirational little girl. Her gorgeous brother was six months old. I loved every moment.