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It’s getting to the best part of the year for portrait photography and it corresponds with the school’s half-term. The leaves are changing colour producing some gorgeous colours, winter clothes which lets face it are always quite cool with jumpers, scarfs and wellies are making an appearance and the sun is shining nice and low and with a lovely warm tone. It’s a recipe that produces great portrait photography so take advantage of my free 10″ by 8″ print offer with any session booked for the period between the 22nd of October and 2nd of November before all the spaces are taken!

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Cley-next-the-Sea is famous for a number of things, it’s great lighthouse which I delight in pointing out to my daughter every time she watches “Grandpa in my Pocket” on CBBC, it’s deli and Smokehouse and undoubtedly the walks you can take out to the shingle beach or out along the coast to equally beautiful Blakeney. It makes a lovely location for a family portrait session or simply a bit of time with your family and this session in question found me on the shingle beach to start and then onto the area of ground to the front of the Windmill for a few photographs with this iconic landmark in the background. Bought for mum as a voucher this session proved to be great fun on another beautiful sunny day, and served to get the whole family together for some fun and giggles. I was very glad after the session to receive a request from the mum concerned to buy another voucher for a portrait session this time for a friend who she thought would appreciate some photographs of her family.

The sun was bright and on the shingle beach it shone brightly off the stones. The same stones were great for throwing into the sea, granddad took his grandson for a paddle in a  blue sea beneath a very blue sky, there were group photographs sitting on the pebbles, walking along the beach, and one young man couldn’t resist the tractor, boat and crabbing gear left on the beach for a chance to have a little explore. We had a great time, I met some lovely interesting people and we chatted about life. I hope you like some of the very relaxed and fun photographs, and will consider me if you’re thinking of some North Norfolk Photography

 

CHILDS PORTRAIT NORFOLK BEACHBLACK AND WHITE PORTRAIT CHILD AND FATHER NORFOLK BEACHCHILD AND FATHER AT THE BEACHGRANDPARENTS HAVING A HUG AT CLEY WINDMILLFAMILY AND GRANDSON LIFESTYLE PORTRAITCUDDLES BESIDE A NORFOLK FISHING BOAT PORTRAITFAMILY ON THE BEACH PORTRAITView full post »

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It’s sometimes not only Norfolk’s scenery that client’s wish to feature as a background to their lifestyle portrait photographs. On this occasion Norfolk was losing a wonderful family emigrating to be with family and understandably the family wanted to take memories of the county that had been there home for many years with them, including the very epitome of Norfolk village rural beauty. Walsingham was chosen as a backdrop to their lifestyle shoot and we planned to have a meander around the village with the possibility of heading out to find some countryside after spending time among the beautiful buildings and lanes of the village.

It was a beautiful day and we were blessed with some lovely sunshine and a lovely balmy day. We explored the village and spent some time at a local church before heading back to the cars and heading out into the countryside to find some colourful flowers. We didn’t quite get lucky with regard to finding the flowers but found a lovely field in crop with lots of room down the tractor tracks through the crop to have a walk amongst it without causing any damage. It was lovely spending time with such a lovely family, talking about parenthood whilst taking photographs and generally enjoying ourselves on a lovely sunny day in Norfolk.

I hope you like some of the photographs from the session and hope as I write this that the family are settling into their new home with lots of grandparents enjoying having their grandchildren to visit.

PEEKING THROUGH THE CROP IN THE NORFOLK FIELDCHILD WALKING WITH HELP FROM MUMSMILING MOTHER AND DAUGHTER PHOTOGRAPHFAMILY WALKING TOGETHER PORTRAITWALKING THROUGH WALSINGHAM FAMILY LIFESTYLE PORTRAITFAMILY HAVING FUN PHOTOGRAPHView full post »

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I photograph lots of large family groups but also encourage smaller families to take up the opportunity of a lifestyle shoot. It’s a great chance not only to have fun by getting out and having a bit of fresh air and adventure but also to record a snippet of life as a bit of a time capsule to be looked back upon in the future. As a father of a young family myself I really see the value in lifestyle portraits as they’re more about fun and personality but also about recording things like childhood attitudes and imagination. I personally was brought right back to my childhood imagination by the photograph below of a young girl pretending to be either a bird or a plane as she runs amongst the sand dunes.

We had great fun at Winterton Beach, it’s a great place to go, there’s amenities, an almost endless beach and sand dunes that are as beautiful as they are important. The family walked and rambled through the dunes, played hide and seek, paddled in the sea, lay in the sand, sat on driftwood logs and generally had a great time. There was even time for sibling cuddles which are another thing that must become something of a rarity when we get older:)

I hope you enjoy looking at some of the photographs from the session and please get in touch if you’d like to head out to the coast yourselves.

HUGGING CHILDREN PORTRAITLAUGHING CHILDRENFAMILY PORTRAIT AT THE BEACH SHOULDER RIDING KIDSRUNNING THROUGH THE DUNES PHOTOEXPLORING THE SAND DUNESBROTHER AND SISTER BLACK AND WHITE PORTRAIT SITTING ON A LOGView full post »

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