When it comes to family portraits most parents’ number one concern is how to get their little ones to pose and co-operate during the photo shoot. There are always challenges to face when trying to get everyone in the family to look their best and look at the camera at the same time, but it is not something you need to stress about.
We have put together a guide to help you prepare your young ones (and not so young ones!) for their big day in front of the camera whether it's for family photos or individual portraits.
What to wear for a photoshoot is one of the questions we get asked the most often and rightly so, because how you dress for a photoshoot can have a big impact on the images we create for you. We give you the best possible chance of looking amazing for your portrait with our experience and state of the art studio but obviously the subject (you) also plays a big part in the final product. A professional photographer is able to direct you to get the best outcome, but so you have a good idea beforehand, we have gone over our top tips for what to wear during your family photoshoot or executive portrait session.
Once upon a time, parents documented their children’s firsts in words and pictures in baby books and scrapbooks that got updated as life's big milestones were reached. Photo albums grew thick with mementos, memories of trips, holidays, friends and relatives.
So, this is my first ever blog entry. I've never been a great writer, my wife Louise bought me a journal a couple of years ago and I'm still on page one. Maybe that's why I'm a photographer, they say a picture paints a thousand words and photography is painting with light.