Spring Mini Sessions- In The Bluebells - Sunday 5th May 2019!
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Spring Mini Sessions- In The Bluebells – Sunday 5th May 2019!

Kennall Vale, Ponsanooth

Are you always taking photos of your family but never in them? Have you always fancied some natural family portraits full of love and authenticity but hate having your photograph taken? Well, my Mini Sessions are just perfect for you! Join me for half an hour of splashing in streams, exploring hidden pathways, searching for bluebell fairies while I capture you family’s love and relationship in photographs for you to treasure forever.

EACH MINI SESSION INCLUDES
  • 30 Minute Photo Shoot
  • 9×6″ Mounted Print
  • High Resolution Download
  • ‘What To Expect Guide’ Including How To Brief The Kids!
  • Secure Online Viewing Gallery

£39

WHAT HAPPENS IF IT RAINS?

Unless it’s torrential rain we’ll go ahead. I’ve written another blog all about rain on “shoot day” here to put your mind at rest.

CUSTOMER FEEDBACK

“We went for a mini session with Suzanne last week, she’s already edited and sent our photo gallery – amazing! She made us feel so relaxed that we didn’t realise how many shots she actually got, it was so lovely to see the look of pure joy on the children’s faces as they played and interacted with us both rather than just one of us being behind the camera. Thanks so much Suzanne!” – Nicola (Autumn Mini Sessions).

IT WAS SO LOVELY TO SEE THE LOOK OF PURE JOY ON THE CHILDREN’S FACES AS THEY PLAYED AND INTERACTED WITH US BOTH

For more information on my approach to family photography click here.

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“BUT MY CHILD WON’T SIT STILL FOR 30 MINUTES!”

I’d struggle to sit still for a photo session so I definitely won’t ask anyone to keep still – quite the opposite!! Having a 3.5 (going on 35) year old daughter has taught me a lot – the main thing being – you cannot get a child to do anything they don’t want to. That’s why sessions are led by the kids, keeping things moving quickly, playing games and having lots of fun so absolutely no need to worry about trying to keep your child still or making them smile during the session – they’ll be far too busy having fun.



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