March is almost around the corner and so is Mother’s Day. This year I am giving away a three hour family documentary session focused on motherhood. I wish you to remember that we mothers, stepmothers, grandmothers, sisters and daughters deserve to be in pictures too.
If you want to participate please answer these 3 little questions by the 11th of March.
Oh and a little bonus – by completing this you will get £100 off your next three hour session (or longer) if you book this year.
(The winner’s session must be held within 20 km of W2/W11, London by the end of June 2018– if your home is further away we may not be able to do your session at your home and might pick another location. Once the session has been scheduled, it cannot be rescheduled. If we cannot find a suitable date, a new session winner will be drawn. A model release must be signed prior to the session.)
If you’re not quite familiar with the documentary approach to photography, you can read this previous blog post. Here’s the list:
There is no posing involved. You get to enjoy your loved ones – or your alone time – without interruptions or prompts on how you’re supposed to be.
The pictures will capture who you are – not just what you look like.
You’ll get pictures of genuine smiles, belly-laughs, tantrums and moments as they happen in your everyday when you’re just present with your loved ones.
You may not otherwise get pictures of these little things. Morning routines where you have your hands full, and times where you’re soaking up the moment and not even thinking about taking a picture.
Your real life is enough. And interesting, funny, amazing, exhausting, exhilarating and magical – and the pictures will mirror that back to you.
If you’re itching to get documentary pictures done of you, of your family, or a girl’s night without the kids, you can enter the giveaway here. You’ll receive a link to a questionnaire that will give me better insight into who you are and what the photo session could do for you.
My mum, my light, my rock, my example, my hope and my adorable daughters – 2014