Outdoor Family Photography Shoot – Dos & Don’ts {Family Photographer Bournemouth}

Outdoor Family Photography Shoot – The Dos & Don’ts You’ve picked your photographer and the shoot date is getting closer, you’ve suddenly started thinking about what to wear, how will it go, will the children behave, what about the weather? Fear not! Here’s a few do’s and don’ts to help guide you to get the most out of your outdoor family photography shoot. 1. DO…

8 top tips for choosing what photos to frame – Family Photographer Bournemouth

So, you’ve had your photo session and you cannot WAIT to see the results. PING! The email from the photographer is in your inbox, with a link to a gallery with over 180 photos. You love them ALL, they’re all so different in their own way and every single photo is part of a big story. How do you choose which ones to frame…

Florence’s preemie story – Family Photographer Bournemouth

When I started the premature project back in the summer, my aim was to raise awareness about the issues associated with pre term birth. Having a premature baby can be a lonesome journey and you can feel quite dis-connected from other parents who have not shared the same experience. Those overwhelming feelings of fear and anxiety, I hope when you read this, will be…

Harrison’s Preemie story – Family Photographer Bournemouth

It’s World Prematurity Day today and I decided a few months back that I’d like to raise some awareness, especially as I’ve been in that rocky boat too when I had my daughter two years ago.  I found some lovely families who were willing to wear their heart on the sleeve and share their stories with me and I popped over to their homes…

Alfie’s preemie story – Family Photographer Bournemouth

Janet was one of the first to come forward to help me with my premature awareness project. I really wanted to share other family’s experiences as well as my own, and hopefully a little thing like this would raise some awareness and facilitate the understanding of the impact on families with premature born babies. If you’re reading this, I’d really love if you could…