Tag Archives: Portraiture

A walk in the snow around Harby

We took advantage of the sunshine and snow this afternoon to take our favourite walk around Harby and along the neighbouring canal. Plenty of people out sledging. Looking forward to when Jessica is old enough so that I have an excuse to buy a sledge and join in! Was a nice afternoon stroll, even though […]

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Looks like a great afternoon. Thanks for sharing!

Leicestershire Portrait Photography – My Second Birthday

Last weekend saw the visit of a lovely, soon-to-be two year old girl and her parents to our home studio in Harby. Soon to be her second birthday, “A” was a little shy to begin with but soon warmed up and enjoyed herself in front of the camera. She especially loved the bubbles and became […]

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Portraits on location: don’t forget your pop up flash for fill lighting!

With the sudden onset of a minor heatwave over the past week, we headed off, at the weekend, for a family outing to nearby Belton House, a lovely National Trust property near Grantham. As usual I grabbed a camera before I left the house. Trying to ensure domestic harmony I elected to leave my bulky […]

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they are lovely steve

These are lovely Steve, as ever smashing work. You really must be building up an amazing collection of family photos.

Great tips, I couldn’t agree more with the advice. I too could also do with some sort of fold away pack horse.

Steve Dunham

Thanks to both of you! I think if we could invent a fold away pack animal that didn’t eat much we’d be on to a winner!