Family PortraitsStunning family photos

The best way to do that is to include Mother Nature in your frame, and, since I am based in the stunning Peak District I am blessed with a multitude of backdrops. The are variety of colours and perspectives waiting to be creatively utilised is awesome and you and your family need to be placed into that frame to create beautiful images and subsequently stunning wall art for your home.

The best time to shoot
Generally, diffused sunlight is better that direct sunlight for family portraits, so by keeping that in mind the best time for family portraits will be just before dusk, so one or two hours before the sunset works really rach-FB-01well. Overcast days are AWESOME to shoot great portraits, so do not worry about having blue skies, I tend to make the most of you and your immediate surroundings. If we shoot on a sunny day I look for shade and place your family members under that and photograph away. I find creativity in every situation.

In addition, proper arrangement of subjects and objects in the frame, choosing appropriate colors of attires and attractive backdrops are also important matters and I will advise about this with regard to location, season and flavour of photography that you want.

Call Phil on 07966 509726 to find out more