As a mum of four boys I know that family life is never perfect. I also know just how good our family all feel when …
Here I am sharing five simple tips to create beautiful, natural and fun photos of your family in 2021. With more time at home this year and more quality time with the kids, why not capture your everyday moments and cherish those memories. Here’s a few simple tips to help you.
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We are capturing these moments of re-connection and making new memories together.
This session has it all, fun, laughter, connection, creativity, emotion and the best bit – beautiful and natural family photos for you to cherish forever.
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I’ve recently been asked on a couple of occasions to offer “lockdown doorstop photography”.
For me, this is not right for my business. It isn’t because I don’t want to give back to charity. I love to help others and I love to give back to society and community but the doorstep photography is not something I can offer.
My business is built around a community.
A community of kindness, love, authenticity, friendship, creativity and nature. I give back through the online community facebook group, Connect and Create where we continue to inspire each other through our nature photography.
All the proceeds from the sales of my nature cards and nature prints goes towards resources for these groups and 10% from sales of family nature sessions and natural personal branding sessions goes towards the Connect and Create walks and events too.
However at this time, I know that you want your lockdown memories captured so here is my offer to you…
Embracing outdoor play during lockdown.
The weeks seem to whizz on by and the kids have been enjoying playing in the garden, collecting snails and making Harry Potter wands from sticks.
We have been getting outside as much as possible and the benefits to our health and wellbeing is amazingly positive.
Here’s a little round up of news for you and a few of my favourite nature photos from the past week.
This week I have been “looking for the light” not just whilst out walking with the camera but in the everyday too.
t’s been a tough week and I know we are all experiencing these same emotions. What has hit me though is the impact on my children.
I have been dreaming this week. Dreaming of the day that we are able to get out and visit places once again. So I thought, I’d ask the boys where their favourite family places are. This is what we came up with.
These are a few of our favourite family trips where we love to visit, meet friends, explore and have fun and of course my camera usually comes too. Where are your family favourites? I’d love to hear.
At this time I feel that it is important for us to come together as a community and I am inviting you to do this through nature and by embracing this opportunity to slow down for your own health and wellbeing.
Being outside is proven to be beneficial to our health and I would love to encourage you to take some time out each day to connect with nature for you and your family.
Spring has arrived and it is time for us all to get outside and embrace the natural world.
Nature is key to our wellbeing and if we all learn to stop, look, take a deep breathe and appreciate the natural world around us, we will all benefit.
I continue to work with families and bring a little bit of creativity and nature connection into each family photography experience.
Family wellbeing is really important to me. I believe that it is really beneficial for all families to get outside, run wild and have fun.
Through nature based photography, we learn to take time time out, embrace our creativity and individuality and slow down whilst inspiring others and our children to look after and care for the world that we live in.
Join the movement and live in alignment with nature for your health and wellbeing.