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london family photographer

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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DRESSING FOR YOUR WINTER FAMILY PORTRAITS

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DRESSING FOR YOUR WINTER FAMILY PORTRAITS

Although we can generally guarantee our London winters will be cold, we can’t always guarantee the snow or how cold… so here’s my top tips for putting together family outfits for winter photo sessions, come rain, snow or shine.

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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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START YOUR 2018 CALENDAR TODAY.

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START YOUR 2018 CALENDAR TODAY.

Next year’s Christmas presents may not be the first thing on your mind in January, but if you get ahead of the curve you can give an amazing gift to the grandparents next year. A personalised monthly calendar of your little one - with a seasonal, themed photo per month. Read on for theme ideas and how to make yours.

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TIME WITH YOUR LITTLE ONE + INSPIRATION = HANDMADE CHRISTMAS GIFTS

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TIME WITH YOUR LITTLE ONE + INSPIRATION = HANDMADE CHRISTMAS GIFTS

Last week I had a brainwave to make personalised gifts with my little boy for some of our nearest and dearest. I thought that perhaps this would be more meaningful and heartfelt and at the least we could make some 'stocking filler' style gifts…  The whole thing got me thinking: There must be tonnes of creative gift ideas we could make together over the years… So here’s the outcome of my research so far… you can follow the HOW TOs for most of these ideas via my Pinterest Board, though many are self explanatory as they are. And of course the list would not be complete without a few photography related ideas too. 

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