I hope you had a lovely Bank Holiday weekend (for my readers in the UK anyway!) We went on our first proper camping trip. You may remember that we have glamped a couple of times before (see my photos from our trip to Featherdown Farm and to Sussex Tipis), but this was our first trip in our new tent. It rained for half of the weekend which made it a bit of a challenge and the nights were freeeeezing…however despite that we still had a real giggle and the boys absolutely loved it. They said it was the best holiday ever! (I wouldn’t quite go that far but if they’re happy then so am I!)
I’m excited about sharing this lovely mini session with you…this was one of the sessions from my morning of spring mini sessions at Claremont Gardens in Esher. You can see the other sessions from the morning here, here and here. The lovely mum had been on one of my Photography for Parents workshop before, and her sister bought this mini session for her birthday. Lucky her!
These siblings were an absolute joy to photograph, I managed to get these giggles without even needing my standard silly tricks!
Oh I do love a sparkly background (or bokeh if you want to get technical about it!)
The parents wanted this mini session to be mainly about the kids but I’m so pleased I managed to persuade them to get in some of the photos as well. You can see here why I think it’s so important that us parents appear in our family photos.
How lucky were we with the weather on this morning considering it was March!
I will be announcing the details of my autumn sessions in the next few weeks (my two summer mini session mornings are fully booked). The details get emailed to my VIP list first and the places are usually snapped up before I get a chance to announce them on here. So if you are interested in having a mini session for your family, make sure you enter your details below so you are the first to hear the details.
And I only have a handful of weekend custom sessions available for the rest of the year, I’m currently taking bookings from October, so don’t delay!