Our Family photography sessions are 'on location' sessions. We find this is the best way to get those lovely natural shots of everyone maybe doing something a little different to usual as a family, such as a woodland walk. Of course it doesn't have to be a walk, it could just be somewhere special to you; the choice is yours.
Family Experience - From £175
Session at a location of your choice*
Secure Online Gallery to view & download
License to print and share your photos for non-commercial use
5 - 8"x"6 prints of your choice
Available at extra cost:
8"x8" Fine Art book - £100
12"x12" Fine Art Book - £175
Book & USB Box - £225
*travel fees may apply outside of 15 miles from our premises
Note: We're still building our lifestyle portfolios at the moment, so keep popping back for updates! In the meantime, if your interested in a lifestyle session, please fill out the form below to get in touch:
Frequently Asked Questions
How long is the session?
We don't like to set a specific time frame, so we don't really have a strict limit. We would suggest allowing 1-3 hours. Doing thes sessions without a specific time limit means that we can get the best images without the pressure of sticking to a strict timeframe.
What happens if it's raining or blowing a storm?
All family photography experiences are weather dependent, so we'll keep in constant check of the weather conditions. We don't mind a little drizzle but anything more means we would probably have to re-schedule the session (although if you are really game, then we are too!)
What should we wear?
This is always one of the things that can cause arguments and put a downer on the session before it has even begun, so the answer really is.... whatever you are comfortable and happy in.
To help make your images timeless however, here are a few tips:
Avoid text / graphics
Avoid everyone wearing multiple patterns
Complimentary / contrasting colours
Pastel or neutral tones
Smart casual (shirts, floaty dresses, skirts )
Coordinate colours with the family
“Taking pictures is savoring life intensely, every hundredth of a second.”