Family Photographer Staffordshire | Stoke-on-Trent
NATURAL OUTDOOR FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHY
I’m a Staffordshire family photographer, near Stoke-on-trent, the West Midlands, my photography style is fun and relaxed. All family photography sessions are shot outdoors on location, unless a studio environment is requested.
Why outdoors? That’s where I feel people are their most relaxed and the best studio background is nature! Of course, if you’re looking for a white background then that is no problem too, as I have a mobile studio.
On one of my favourite family portrait sessions we walked through a woodland. The scene was saturated in amazing autumn colours, the children were happily throwing leaves, sometimes at the parents – they ran ducking for cover, it was great fun!!
This is how I enjoy working, producing portraits that show personality as well as real, honest expressions that define a person’s character. With families there is a dynamic involving trust, support and love which form a very strong bond. There’s nothing quite like it – it’s this that I love to witness and capture in my family and portrait photography.
If my portrait photography style is appealing and you want to head outdoors then I’d love to hear from you. We can arrange a great location, choose any season you like and have some fun.
Frequently asked questions:
How much do you charge for a portrait session?
To book me for a portrait session I charge £35, plus mileage. Images from the session are uploaded to a secure online gallery, where you can view and make a purchase. There is a minimum purchase order of £65 excluding the booking fee and mileage expenses. Please contact me directly for up-to-date print and wall display product prices.
Do you sell the digital files?
Yes, individual files are £30, 10 images cost £250 and all images in the gallery are £350. Digital images are supplied via a secure download, a luxury boxed USB can be purchased for an additional £20.
How long are the portrait sessions?
When I’m booked for a regular portrait session I allow two hours’ coverage. This is normally plenty of time to get a great set of images.