The image were not bad the family just didnt feel they captured true feelings and emotions. The studio images were also very posed making the family feel stiff and not at all relaxed.
Mrs R approached me a week ago asking if I could photograph her family, Of course I could,
All though the sky this morning was slightly overcast we didnt have rain and the sun did keep breaking through.
The family decided the best location for them would be the country park as this would allow the children to play and run around. I was assisted today by Jeff Schwingen. Jeff is a great photographer but lacks confidence so I hope working with me this year will make Jeff see just how great he is.
We started the photo session with some must have images that are wanted by the family.
Boys having fun
The family soon all relaxed Granddad was a great sport and Little R kept me busy. Uncle C was just a gem with the children and great and getting them to runaround and have fun. It certainly was a fun session and the R family were just excellent and a pleasure to photograph.
The idea of a lifestyle photo session is to use the great outside as the studio,.Allowing people to feel more relaxed and letting children behave in a natural way , In to days case running around and having fun, Which is how children should be. I never say cheese which is why I capture the natural person.
Todays session for me was fun the R family are such a lovely family and the children just adorable, full of beans running here there and everywhere.
She did smile everytime she ran away from the camera
The youngest little one laughed her head off every time she ran in the opposite direction to the camera. As you can see though some nice natural shots were still managed.
Last but not least is the little man that kept me on my toes, such a fun great little one to work with. Even if did shot everyone with the bubble gun.
Little live wire
Thank you to Mr and Mrs R it was a pleasure to photograph you ,your children and your lovely Grandchildren. I hope you enjoy this sneak preview
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