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THE ART OF EDITING PORTRAITS

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THE ART OF EDITING PORTRAITS

Ever wondered what happens to your images after your photoshoot? Want to know what kind of editing I do to your family portraits? Take a peek to see what goes into it and the kinds of things I am thinking about when I set up each shot, and when I see it on the laptop afterwards. You might find it more surprising than you would imagine.

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WHAT'S YOUR (NEWBORN PHOTOGRAPHY) STYLE?

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WHAT'S YOUR (NEWBORN PHOTOGRAPHY) STYLE?

As anyone with children will tell you, newborn babies change so quickly in those their first few days and weeks. If you’re planning to capture those first moments with a specialist newborn photographer, you might want to think about your style, and that of the photographer you are considering. 

Generally speaking, there are two genres of newborn photography: “posed” and “lifestyle.” Read on to find out more about the differences and which may suit you better.

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NEWBORN BABY PHOTOGRAPHY SAFETY

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NEWBORN BABY PHOTOGRAPHY SAFETY

As a newborn photographer, it goes without saying that I take the safety of my little clients seriously, and it is always my number one concern during a shoot. Your child is precious and I will always treat them with the respect and attention they deserve. Read on to find out about some of my safety training, and things to look out for when booking a newborn photographer.


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CHRISTMAS - ALL WRAPPED UP (BY NOVEMBER)

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CHRISTMAS - ALL WRAPPED UP (BY NOVEMBER)

...SO YOU CAN SIT BACK AND RELAX. 
New for Christmas 2016. I am releasing a limited number of outdoors, fine art portraiture sessions to create the perfect (previously all-ellusive) present for the grandparents. 

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