Photography tips to help you through the next few months

How are you doing? This is weird isn’t it. How our lives have changed in the space of a few weeks. If you or a loved one have been directly affected by the coronavirus, then my heart goes out to you.


I don’t know about you, but I was all over the place a few days ago, when I realised I had to cancel all of my upcoming shoots, homeschool my 2 boys and be on lockdown for the near future. It’s such a big change, but I think we’re slowly getting into a routine and making sure we have plenty of time to relax and enjoy each other’s company.


Don’t be fooled by this harmonious looking photo though, I can assure you it hasn’t been like that the majority of the time! ?


I’m trying to find the positives in this crisis, and the whole world slowing down and enjoying family time is one of them.


I saw someone describe this as ‘The Great Pause’. I love that. I’m normally running around at 100mph, so I’m trying to cherish the small moments of joy.


One thing this enforced home time creates, is an opportunity to capture and document this unexpected time with our families. We also may have more time to organise our family photos and get them up on the walls and put together family albums.


Below are some articles I’ve written with photography tips that you may find useful over the coming weeks & months:








I’ve also decided to offer the biggest discount I’ve ever offered on my online course, ‘How to Photograph your Family’. It’s going to be a challenging time financially for all of us, and so I wanted to give you the opportunity to buy my course at a highly discounted rate.


I’m offering a massive 70% off bringing the price down to just less than £30. For 3 hours of video training and a 100 page manual, that offers fantastic value. Click here to see more details, the 70% discount is already applied.


I hope you are able to take advantage of this time at home to capture some lovely family memories.


Stay safe and well,
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  • CJ

    Thank you for these tips! It is important to keep your skills fresh and your head pointed in the right direction.

  • CJ

    I think that we are all trying to find that new normal still with the complete upheaval of our normal lives. Thank you for your helpful tips!

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