Autumn Minishoots 2021
Sunday 3rd October
Lower Woods or Nibley Monument
30 minute photoshoot
A fully edited, private gallery of 18+ final images
Three digital downloads included in shoot fee. Additional prints and digital files available (remaining collection capped at £100)
All shoots will be outdoors and I am usually at a distance of several metres away during the majority of outdoor shoots. If anyone in your family has symptoms of Covid on the days running up to the shoot please let me know so that we can rearrange.
Following the amazing sessions I had this Spring I am excited to jump right into Autumn with another opportunity for family minishoots. These 30 minute shoots work the same was as normal family/couple portrait shoots, just much shorter, but still with plenty of time to get 18+ final photos to choose your favourites from.
Just like my full length shoots I will then edit all of the final photographs and they will be sent to each family as a private gallery.
The shoots will be £45 each (fee taken in advance to secure booking), and this also includes THREE high resolution digital images (direct downloads) which you get to choose from your final gallery.
Additional prints are available and start at £6 for a 6″x 4” and further digital files are £10 each, with the entire remaining digital collection capped at £100.
If you and your family would like to book a slot with me please do get in touch using the contact form on my website or email me at email@example.com.
I look forward to meeting you all!
*Weather permitting! If the weather is torrential and unreasonably muddy I will cancel and rearrange/refund. Please note – with these being autumnal shoots, I am happy to throw on wellies and go ahead with a bit of cloud and wind and drizzle because it often adds to the fun of the shoot, we get splashing in puddles and windswept hair and laughter. I like to capture real moments, and the weather can bring its own ‘art’, even on cloudy days. So I will only cancel these shoots if the weather is genuinely ‘bad’ and I think the children (and adults) won’t actually enjoy it. Fingers crossed we get glorious sunshine though!