I hope you’re enjoying the festive season so far…I hope you’re feeling a little more organised than me! I’ve done most of my shopping but yet to go through it to see if I’ve got everything and still have all of the wrapping to do as well!
I managed to get some photos of this stunning fine art album before it went to it’s new home so I thought I would pop in and share them with you. I’ve sold more fine art albums than ever before this year which I’m so happy about…I always love it when I know a family have something beautiful from the shoot to show the story of their family, and to pass down through the generations.
I haven’t shared this shoot yet, so thought I would do it through their album instead! We started their session at their family home then popped down onto the common near their house to get some outdoor photos as well.
The family ordered some stunning frames for their walls, some prints, the collection of digital images and this gorgeous album. I just love this new grey colour my album supplier has recently introduced…definitely one of my favourites!
I never feel like photos do this product justice…you really do need to hold it in your hands to see how special it is.
This will probably be my last post now before Christmas, so I just wanted to thank you for all of your support this year. To the families I have photographed, my workshop attendees, the photographers I have trained and to the readers of my blog…I really do appreciate your business and your support.
I know 2016 has been a difficult one for lots of us, but I hope that it gave you much more laughter than it did tears. I hope you have a wonderful Christmas spent with the ones you love.
See you in 2017!
PS. All of my spring & summer mini sessions are now fully booked – thank you so much! Please enter your details below to ensure you don’t miss out on my autumn 2017 mini sessions. I can still send digital gift vouchers for my Photography for Parents workshop in Surrey in time for Christmas, so see the available workshop dates here. Thank you!
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