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Family photographer London – Greenwich

“Louise was amazing with our family. The boys immediately warmed to her. She has a way with children and a real understanding of how they work. This makes the session so much fun. My husband hates having his photo taken but he really enjoyed the session with Louise. She was even good with the family dog! The result was great shots of the boys and all the family. We shall treasure the photos forever.” Liz

About this family portrait session:

I took most of the photographs in the family’s loft, encouraging the boys to look out of the window at the neighbourhood cats – capturing precious moments of them standing together in total concentration. We moved out to the garden and had fun with bubbles and cuddling their enormous dog, before heading out to the park. The huge expanse of greenery was exactly what the boys were in the mood for, and it was wonderful to see them exploring the park and playing hide and seek.

Having previously had a portrait session with their oldest child, the family wanted another portrait session now they were a family of four. They requested a particular emphasis on taking lots of portraits of their youngest boy, so that the two portrait sessions were balanced out and there were plenty of photographs of their youngest to balance out their previous portrait session. That’s such a common scenario – I’m always more than happy to spend more time photographing the youngest to make sure they have a show-stopper of a photograph to match the one the eldest has. Of course, it’s still important to make sure each child feels they’re getting their moment in the limelight, and it’s lovely to have photographs of each age.

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