Posted on May 31, 2018
With the amount of rain we’ve had in Kent recently, it’s difficult to remember what warm weather feels like … but it will return. It will.
Although it’s great to have a bright sunny day for photographs, it isn’t always the best light as far as photography is concerned. Harsh, bright sun can cast unattractive shadows on the face and that’s why you’ll often find photographers looking for “open shade” or an area that isn’t in bright sunshine.
Early evening photoshoots at this time of year are perfect for capturing those lazy summer days.
We are so lucky in our local area of Faversham, Whitstable, Canterbury and Herne Bay that we are surrounded by glorious and photo-perfect areas.
If you are considering booking a family photoshoot over the summer, please do feel free to get in touch by emailing me firstname.lastname@example.org – details on pricing are here – prices are from £195.
Hope to hear from you soon!
Posted on August 23, 2016
They’re back … but they’re different. The next set of sessions are booked for:
Saturday 8 October 2016
at Boughton-under-Blean village hall just a stone’s throw away from Faversham.
Prices are still £20 for 20 minutes but now you get the bonus of 20% discount off products from your online gallery. Good value? Great value!!!
Perfectly timed for sorting out those niggly Christmas gifts, prints are excellent for capturing those never-to-be repeated moments in time … fun, frolics, fast and furious, 20/20 sessions aren’t for the faint hearted … they are super speedy photography with great results every time.
So email me email@example.com to get your session booked in. First session time will be 9.40am and then every twenty minutes after that with the final session probably being 3pm …
As always, the session fee of £20 secures your slot and I do expect this round of sessions to book very quickly.
Christmas jumpers are welcome!
Posted on May 28, 2015
I was delighted to be contacted by Amy who had been recommended to me by her neighbour … Amy wanted to book a family photoshoot on the beach to celebrate her parents’ wedding anniversary. I found out on the day that it was a surprise – right up until the day before!
And Judith also mentioned that the last time they had a family photoshoot, it was 20 years ago … so about time for some new photos!
It was lovely to meet the family and to work with their little ones … and I was especially given the run around by this little cutie …
I thoroughly enjoyed spending time on the beach in such perfect weather. And interesting to hear about that family photo in the checked shirts Amy …
Can’t wait to share your images with you all!
Posted on March 2, 2015
I’m delighted to be joining Nick and Decia for their spring wedding at gorgeous Winters Barns near Canterbury and we decided to meet up for a fast and furious pre-wedding photoshoot at Whitstable. The weather on Saturday was damp and dismal … but Sunday was bright … and incredibly windy!
Some of my brides need a tiny bit of encouragement to let go … Decia is NOT such a bride – her laughter and giggling is infectious and we are going to have no trouble at all getting beautiful and engaging images on their wedding day!
As we strolled through a busy Whitstable Harbour, we found an astronaut …
Nick and Decia’s connection and love for each other was very obvious to see … we stopped traffic, drank coffee and traded stories.
I am so looking forward to their wedding day … oh, and the cheese reference is twofold – cheesy shots may be required on the day to get into the spirit of things … and Decia LOVES cheese! See you both very soon xx
Posted on January 7, 2015
I was delighted to be involved in this interesting creative project – I had first met Julie years ago and have photographed her floristry sessions on a number of occasions . Julie then mentioned that she had applied for sponsorship from the Ideas Test creativepeopleplace.info with the remit that she was to introduce the concept of floristry to more than just … florists. It was called the Winter Door Project (www.thewinterdoorproject.co.uk) and I was captivated!
A series of Christmas door wreath sessions were organised and I was invited along to three – one was in Sittingbourne, one in Oare near Faversham and the other in Teynham. They were full of willow, binding wire, sharp scissors, glue guns, acorns, twigs … and chatter. Julie introduced the theory at the beginning of each session, showing different ways that the concept of a wreath could be interpreted. Not round. Not boring … the final results were quite amazing – hearts, trees, squares and, yes, some round ones!
Take a look …
You can find Julie here – based in Faversham, her classes are held in some of our beautiful local venues. Why not have a go yourself?