Family photos and advice
Do you ever wonder what to do with all those AMAZING photos of your family?
Do you want to display them all proudly on the wall but not sure how?
Are you fed up with just having your photos on your photo or computer?
Creating your own wall display can seem like a daunting task but I promise it’s easier than you think.
As the autumn leaves were still on the trees, and the colours were still looking stunning, we were really excited to meet Chloe and Craig (and of course their gorgeous kids, Spencer and Frazer) at Elvaston Castle in Derbyshire for their pre-wedding photography session. These meet-ups are always great, we get together with a couple for the first time, talk through their plans for their wedding and do a quick photography session, all before they book or commit to using us for their wedding.
We LOVE autumn, we LOVE the colours and we LOVE the many, many photographic opportunities it brings. These photographic opportunities are way more exciting that the many pumpkin spiced lattes you might see on Instagram!
So when you book your autumn family photography session, what creative ideas should you get out of your session? Whether you book a shoot with us or another family photographer in Nottingham, make sure you go prepared with these creative shots and tips!
One of the more common concerns we hear from parents in the run up to a photo shoot is, what if my child misbehaves or won’t smile? We tell parents not to worry about it, having been a teacher for nearly 5 years Dave knows what kids can be like. He knows how to have fun with them, when to have a joke and when, actually, they’re just a little shy and need a bit of time to get used to the situation.
In recent years, the way we view photography has completely transformed. Images can be taken, editing and shared online in a matter of seconds. As a result, the way we purchase family photographs from a professional photographer has changed as well. So why should you invest in more than just digital photographs at your next family photography session?