On location – Family Portraits Buckinghamshire

Family Portraits Buckinghamshire in the great outdoors

I knew we were going to have fun photographing Family Portraits Buckinghamshire.  Great setting, gorgeous family.   I’ve known Billy & Katie for years and have kept track of their growing family. It was a real honour to be asked to make some little heirlooms for them.  The kids climbed trees, ran up and down hills and generally just did their thing.  Will, Indi and Bo are such scrumptious children.  Photographing them in the beautiful Hughenden Park gave them a sense of freedom, giving me a chance to capture that feeling.

It was a beautiful day and we couldn’t have asked for better weather.  The surroundings at Hughenden Park are like a dream come true for a photographer.  At every turn there is another opportunity to create a gorgeous image.  From the tree lined avenue to hilly expanses.  It’s hard to beat for its variety of opportunities.

One of my favourite moments was when the children all sat on a ‘log’ bench. I hid behind it with my camera and popped up to surprise them.  We got some great expressions and I was delighted with the composition of the shot.  I loved that the family had brought their sweet doggy with them and she made the photographs complete.  It’s great to bundle together on the grass or just let the kids go crazy and run around.  There are no rules when it comes to Family Portraits.  I let the family dictate what happens and give a little bit of gentle direction if it’s needed.

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Group Portrait

Family Portrait Buckinghamshire

Little Girl Portrait

Children Portrait

Portrait of Boy

Children and Dog's in family portraits Buckinghamshire

Portrait of Golden Retriever

Father and Son Portrait

Portrait of Three Children

Family Portrait Outdoors

The Moreton Family

An Autumn walk in the countryside – in shirtsleeves?

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Something strange is happening this October – we had beautiful blue skies and eighteen degrees of warm sunshine on our backs.  With perfect conditions for a stroll through the fields, Lottie bounded around in ditches and hedgerows, while Sam recovered from a poke in the eye from Ben. Then Sam chuckled to himself when Ben squelched his Converse into a fresh cowsplat. We had lots of fun on our little walk and it was a true pleasure to join this happy family on their warm, sunny Saturday afternoon.

Neil & Katie’s Wedding Day

A Beautiful Wedding at Great Missenden Church & The Pavilion, Lane End

[slideshow id=6]The rain it fell, in great volume.  Then lo, it stopeth as the bride arrived at the church and out cameth the sun! The church at Great Missenden made a grand setting for a gorgeous heartfelt ceremony.  Katie & Neil were surrounded by so much love and it really does show.  A great time was had by all after at The Pavilion, Lane End where the band, Suede Alien, played late into the evening.  The weather was kind, the day went perfectly and the bride & groom lived happily ever after….