I have been capturing family moments for as long as I have been a mother myself and the summer holidays are a brilliant time to organise a photoshoot. To celebrate I have a special offer for those who book a Family Mini Session for the summer holidays 2019 but before I share this, I want to help you prepare. I have 3 top tips for your summer holidays photoshoot so you can get the very best out of your day.
Studio photography will always have a place in the industry. Because it is a controlled environment it is protected from unpredictable elements such as the weather and sunlight, for some photographers this makes it a preferable option. However, for me I would much prefer to grab my camera and head to the great outdoors. So why should you head to an outside venue for your family photo shoot?
Taking family photographs on a beautiful Spring day sounds idyllic but it’s not always that easy. Both children and the weather can be frustratingly indecisive. But however hard it can seem, the reality is though that your children will never be this age again, next Spring they will be a year older and this moment in time will be lost forever. In this post, I want to help you capture those moments even when your subjects or the environment prove to be difficult.
Whether you're planning a family shoot, booking a wedding photographer or getting headshots done for your business, one thing that plagues a lot of people when they book a professional photographer is anxiety about what they will look like in the final pictures? Will they be good enough? Will they look overweight? What will other people think?
Shop local this Christmas with these gift ideas from the Forest of Dean
2017 has been a superb year for Capture this Moment Photography! Welcome to our review of 2017.
Do you still desire printed memories from your Cotswold Wedding?
How many times do you find yourself trying to take a photo of your children and well let’s be honest, not really achieving what you wanted? How do you get great photos of your children? Here are my family photography tips perfect for getting great photos of your children.
Capturing lasting Photographic memories from the stunning Cotswolds
Anyone who has tried to snap the perfect picture of their children will know what a challenging task this is.
Family is such an important part of life! In fact, it may very well be the most important aspect within one’s life. From parents to grandparents and children to cousins, you most likely have many members who make up your family.
Halloween is increasingly becoming a big event in the UK family calendar; it seems to get bigger and bigger every year. After you and your monsters have put so much effort into looking the part, you want to make sure you capture the moment and take hair raising pictures to keep for eternity. The only problem is that Halloween by its very nature is dark, so how can you take decent pictures without light? In this post we will share with you 5 top tips to help you get some bloody good Halloween pictures this year.
Autumn Photoshoots are prefect for capturing some precious memories of you and your loved ones.
They are perfect in every way and you want to photograph your baby’s every moment, capture these moments on your smart phone or your own camera, hiring a professional photographer can be amazing addition to remembering these moments, however it is not feasible to hire a professional photographer to spend every moment with you, here I will explain when it is the best time to capture your new addition’s memories.
Spring is finally here. The sun is starting to shine a little longer each day and the forest is carpeted with bluebells, enticing us all outside for some well-earned family time.
Based in the Forest of Dean, Capture this Moment Photography offers both studio and on location family photography sessions.
Issy has written a guide to wet weather photography including ideas if it rains on the day of your family portrait sessions or indeed on your wedding day.
For me, photography is about capturing forever those moments in life, whether it is a newborn, a first birthday, a walk in the park, a family celebration, or a wedding, each occasion is a privilege and an honour. Six week old Lily came along to the studio with her Mum for first portrait session. At six weeks it is always a challenge to capture those sleepy baby poses, ideally this type of session should be carried out in the first two weeks however it can be possible. Lily had very different ideas was super interested in everything going on around her, she was very content to take it all in. The results are perhaps not what was originally intended but as with all my sessions they were led by the client not by the photographer. This is especially important when working with newborns.