New Family Portrait
I am so excited about my new family portrait. Sometimes as photographers, we forget to capture our own family memories. Or to at the very least have one, maybe two complete family photos in our homes. It’s easy to get individual portraits done. Or to have one of the children, but it’s difficult to do a self family portrait! Believe me, I’ve tried! Which is one of the reasons I love my tribe. I have been so lucky to have made such incredible friendships during my time here in the UK. I have met so many talented photographers, and worked with some incredible people during my time here.
A few months back, some of my favorite photographers got together for a group session. It was a farewell session for our good friend Heidi, who was moving to Scotland. We were all in the same photo club out in Oxford, which is where we all met each other. Since then, our families have all moved away from Oxford so it isn’t easy for us to all meet up. We decided to all get together at an apple orchard in Iver. We all had our families with us and brought along a few little models. It was a perfect day and for us; a perfect way to spend it.
I had a lovely surprise today in my inbox from the oh-so-lovely Rachel Tennant of Hazelnut Photography. She happened upon a photo from that day and sent it to me![/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]Family portraits ARE important. It’s not just a picture on the wall. Its the moment you were in. Its the memories you create with the people you love. It’s documenting your family history for the generations to come. When was the last time you updated your family portrait?
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