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Every year my lifestyle photography gift vouchers are popular, and particularly so for clients who’ve already had a session with me and wish to buy one for someone they know as a gift.

The vouchers themselves usually incorporate the provision of a lifestyle family session and this usually lasts up to 2 hours and takes place at anywhere in the lovely county of Norfolk. A popular choice is to travel to a lovely natural setting for a session but I also often conduct portrait sessions at client’s own homes particularly if very young children or babies are involved. Extra travel to the popular Suffolk Coast is usually a little extra as is travel into Cambridgeshire which is another location I serve.

From each session I normally produce 50-100 edited images and these are placed onto a secure online gallery for the recipient family to view at their leisure. From the gallery client’s can choose to buy whole image collections which are presented “ready for print” on a USB stick in a presentation box. The images on the USB are accompanied by a HD slideshow presentation for those of us who’d like to relive the fun of a session on the big screen. The gallery also allows you to purchase prints, canvas prints, and framed prints and I always invite client’s to share the gallery password with family who can also purchase prints and products should they wish.

If you’d like to purchase a voucher for a loved one, whether partner, family member or friend get in touch and I’ll send out a voucher today!

 

 

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One of the things I’m often really privileged to see during family portrait sessions is a few firsts. Last year I saw a young man take his first unaided steps across a room to reach his great grandmother’s birthday cake. During this session it was a young lady walking for the first time with only the aid of her older brother.

Soft level beach sand and a sense of fun and adventure inspired the little ladies ability to walk only with her brother. Mum and Dad and myself watched on as these siblings managed to achieve a great goal for them both, the joy was palpable and the fun was unmitigated, and written all over the little ladies face:-)

We had a great session, enjoyed some sunshine, adventure in the woods and on a North Norfolk beach and ate up two hours in no time at all. It’s important to remember it’s not always all about just a portrait photograph but a portrait photograph of people interacting and having fun and acting naturally.

If you’d like a natural portrait photography session get in touch and remember you can always buy a voucher for a session.

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I love my work, sometimes essentially because I get the excuse to be a big kid as a Norwich Family Photographer. This recent session involved everything that makes children, however old they may be, smile.

If you want to see natural portrait photographs, full of personality, fun and smiles, then head to the woods in Autumn. Children love the woods because they can explore, have a little adventure and of course have fun. On this occasion I took out three children and their mum to a lovely deciduous wood with a lovely path and great areas to explore and have fun with.

The session was very much less about trying to get the children together with mum for photographs and more about some very distinct personalities enlivened by their environment. It was like shooting completely reportage photographs of this little family simply because of the preoccupation with the adventure at hand and because I’ve photographed the family on numerous other occasions: they’re very comfortable with being photographed. Hopefully these photographs show what an adventurous group they are as upon entering the woods I had to bargain that the children would let me and mum catch up once they’d expended some of their boundless energy.

The colours of autumn, the adventure of fallen trees and of course the outgoing nature of the subjects and their relaxed front of camera attitude made this a really fun session and no doubt a great record of several hours of fun in an autumnal wood.

If you’re looking for a Norwich family photographer and fancy getting out and about then please get in touch.

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I’m a lucky guy. I get to meet lovely families, have great fun photographing them, get to know them, and then get asked to do it all again. I love repeat custom, and get asked to photograph a great many family’s almost on a yearly basis. A rapport develops, not only do I know names, and faces, but I know a particular sense of humour, adventure, and fun, and that’s just in the adults.

A recent session saw me revisiting Bacton Woods, a great large wood near North Walsham, with lots of variety in it’s woodland environment, plenty of space for adventure and fun. Commissioned by the grandmother of this lovely family we headed into the woods for some fun. Along the way we found tiny baby frogs, dragged a little dead wood around with us just for fun, ran through pine plantations, posed for couples photographs, pulled faces, and natural faces, found natural moments and fun moments and captured them all. Shared radio listening recommendations, chatted, had a great time recording a bit more precious family life. Then as is now the tradition the family had a picnic and I joined them for some lovely tea and cake:-)

Great fun, I hope you like some of the not so serious and more natural photographs of this great bunch. I’m a happy family photographer.

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Family photography with young children needs a relaxed and patient portrait photographer and an environment in which children and family can relax enjoy themselves and enjoy being together. Lynford Aboretum was the chosen location for a recent shoot with a young family. The aboretum has massive grounds, lots of room to have a walk, relax, stop every now and then for some photographs and a little mess about before continuing on to the next photogenic spot.

I was lucky to have photographed this lovely family before not long after the birth of their first child: now an adventurous and wonderfully cheeky 3 year old. This time it was the turn of the family’s new addition at just over 1 year, and a chance to document a little family life. We had an afternoon session and the boys woke from a little nap refreshed and in a great mood to be photographed, finding themselves on a lovely day in a woodland environment who wouldn’t be?

We sat amongst a lovely wooded area, perversely in the centre of the arboretum’s car park, before heading off into the park proper to explore the woodland walks, bridges, lake side and more. The boys were really well behaved, didn’t compete for mum and dad’s attention too much, enjoyed exploring and getting some fresh air. Dad and Mum enjoyed a good walk as did I, and we found ourselves feeding a healthy family of swans resident on Lynford’s lake before heading home.

I hope you like some of the images from the session and hope if you need a portrait photographer that you’ll get in touch.

 

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