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Fun on a portrait shoot

Fun on a portrait shoot

I had great fun a few weeks ago on a portrait shoot and wanted to share some of the photos.

It all started when mum phoned up to book with me after buying a voucher at a school christmas fayre. From the outset I was excited as mum (Jenny) was excited at the possibility of having a fun day out while getting some beautiful memories of their children playing.

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A little something from 2006

A little something from 2006

I’d like to share a few of the photos with you and talk about what went in to them and what they mean to me.

Last autumn I was asked to travel down to Buckingham for a family shoot. The family consisted of Mom, Dad and 3 girls (6 years to 14 years old). Mom had asked if it was possible to have photos at The National Trust Stowe Gardens. I had made a few phone calls, upped my insurance to £5million!!! (thats what they required) and arranged a permit for photography.

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Portrait shoot – 2 wanabee models?

Portrait shoot – 2 wanabee models?

Well here are the portrait photographs as promised….

The weather forecast for the day was good…intermittent sun and dry all day. The previous day it had snowed quite a bit and the temperature had not risen above -1c (with wind chill about -4c). I got up early for a recce and decided the best place for some photos was on top of a hill with a large rocky outcrop. At this time of year there is not much foliage and the snow had covered a large part of the rocks making them fairly abstract.

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