Family Photo Shoot Sessions
What to Expect from our Family Photo Shoot Sessions
We’ve mentioned a lot in our posts, we love family photo shoot sessions! From a small family of 3 to a large family of 15. As every family is different, every photo shoot session is different. There is no set format, poses or structure we use, as we tailor every session to suit the family.
When you arrive for your session, Phil has a chat with you to find out what type of photographs you want. Don’t worry, if you need some help or guidance, Phil will offer suggestions. With his years of experience, Phil knows how to get the best smiles from everyone and every age. We cater for every style of photograph, from a structured set up, to the family relaxing and laughing.
Following the photo shoot session, which is normally around an hour, you will be invited back a few days later to view your images with me (Vicky). We take our time going through your collection of photos, selecting your favourites and how to present them. This can be frames choosing from our wide selection of mouldings, canvas, and prints. Can’t decide which ones to pick? You can have them all on a disk with rights to print.
Our aim and mission is for everyone that steps in to the studio enjoys the experience from start to finish. Therefore resulting in amazing photographs you are proud to hang on your walls. Below are some images from a recent photo shoot session, which was great fun. Especially with this little lady striking her pose that Victoria Beckham would be jealous of.
The booking fee for a family photo shoot is only £20. To book your photo shoot session, call the studio on 01827 215 707, or scroll down and complete the enquiry form.
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