Masthead header

Fun in the sun { family photography in Warwickshire }

I haven’t posted any family photography sessions for a while so I thought it was about time I shared this one which I did back in March with a lovely family in South Warwickshire who won my competition in Families Warwickshire magazine.  It was a gorgeous sunny day – much better weather than it’s been this week! – so we took advantage of that to have fun at their home and around their village.  We had a great time and I think they’ve set the record for having the most photos in their slideshow viewing as it was hard to throw any away.  Here are a few of my favourites, most of which made it into their album.

Modern children

Black and white images of a brother and sister | Family photography in Warwickshire | Linda Scannell

One of the many advantages of photographing at your home is that we can include your pets too – in this case the cats and guinea pigs, who were very keen to pose for my camera :-)

Children with their pets | Family photography in Warwickshire | Linda Scannell

Running on the village green | Lifestyle family photography in Warwickshire | Linda Scannell

Natural light portraits  of children | family photography in Warwickshire | Linda Scannell

Finally, here’s a sample multiframe – using a set of similar images can often create a more striking piece for your wall than  picking lots of completely different images from your shoot, so I like to mock up one or two layouts so clients can see the difference.

 

Using multiple children

I had a lovely time – thanks for making me so welcome.  And if you’d love pictures like these of your family, get in touch and I’ll send you my family photography brochure.

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

Related Posts:

May 25, 2013 - 4:32 pm

On a sunny day in Warwickshire { family lifestyle photography } » Linda Scannell Photography blog - [...]  I’ve now blogged the full shoot  - click here to see more [...]

Your email is never published or shared. Required fields are marked *

*

*