Outdoor Family Portrait Photography in Buckinghamshire
I have photographed family portraits in the Buckinghamshire area for a number of years. I really enjoy capturing fun natural outdoor images: the emotions, the love and personalities really come through in the evocative and unique moments you see on my portrait gallery.
Many of my customers have been returning for many years, and I’ve enjoyed seeing their children grow up through the lens of the camera. They tell me they love the way I capture those split second reactions and magical expressions.
My pricing is very fair, and you view all the images afterwards online. You then receive your favourites selection of high resolution images (which are included within my fee.) You can then print and share as many images as you like without restrictions or the need to order through me. In fact, my prices are all fully inclusive; there are no hidden extras or surprises.
Most photographers will charge far less than I do for the session, but families then discover that they’ll need to view and order their prints back at the photographic studio in an often hard sell environment. Once you add up the cost of the prints and any enlargements the costs are often quite considerable.
Buckinghamshire Portrait Backdrops
The Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire area has so many amazing outdoor locations for my family portrait photography, and the different seasons provide stunningly beautiful backdrops.
Close to my Chesham Manor House premises I have lots of favourite portrait locations. They include quiet bluebell woods, historic vistas, fabulous river settings, windmill locations, flower meadows, and unspoilt rolling hills. Many of these are off the beaten track but easily accessible in the Amersham, Beaconsfield, Berkhamsted, Gerrards Cross, Tring, Marlow, St Albans, Wendover and Windsor areas.
I’m also happy to accommodate your favourite beauty spots for your session anywhere in the Hertfordshire or Buckinghamshire areas.
In fact, you may recognise some Buckinghamshire 4/5 star hotels that recommend me in the background of my portrait poses. These include Cliveden House, Hartwell House, Taplow House or Missenden Abbey. They are usually more than happy for me to photograph your family in the grounds if you’re staying, dining, or holding a celebration gathering at the hotel.
So, if you’d like to discuss your family portrait photograph requirements, I’d love to hear from you.
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