Mobile portrait photographer has real advantages when it comes to photographing the family. In this portrait, a mother and her son were able to really relax.
At home, your children can be entertained with their own toys (plus a few that I bring along for something different). If they need a drink then they can use their cup and they can have the snacks that you are used to giving theme.
This little chap got one biscuit a day and this was his treat. He was not going to let go of that biscuit for anything! Being more relaxed herself there was very little stress or worry about him getting crumbs everywhere or playing up. We were able to take some portraits with him involved then he would go off and play for a while and come back again.
None of this would be possible in a professional studio where a young child can very easily be put off and they may never relax and perform.
Once we have plenty of different portraits we can have a change of clothing - and maybe get teddy involved too!
Imaging in years to come being able to look back and see the loving nature and character of your son or daughter. Looking at how they interact with you and the rest of the family, as well as with their favourite toys and belongings. I am sure the toddler in this portrait will be told all about how much he loved his biscuits!
If you would like to find out more about how your children and family can experience an at home portrait photo shoot then please get in contact today.
Follow this handy link to find out more about me coming for your portraits: Family Portraits
Location: Nottingham.1/200; f/4.0; ISO 320; 70.0 mm.
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