Not all children can sit still and pose. Here at Portraits2Go.co.uk we don’t think that is a problem. In fact most of the time we prefer the images of the tiny tearaways playing and having fun.
Those candid moments when they are chilled and enjoying themselves are frequently the ones that really capture their personality.
So, don’t stress if you think your youngster won’t have the patience, we do! We’ll take the time to set them up to enjoy themselves. You will have pictures of your youngsters as they are and as you will remember them.
Baby’s First Christmas is such an exciting time! Why not make it memorable with a special photoshoot at our Dundonald Studio! Bring baby, and up to five others, (parents, siblings, grandparents, pet…) and you can have a professional studio photoshoot with a 6×8 inch mounted print for just £49!
Firstly, CONGRATULATIONS!! You have entered a new and wonderful phase of your life. You have this wonderful, precious addition to your family. Life with your baby will have it’s ups and downs – but mostly they will be a delight and wonder.
Studio photography is great fun! And one of the best sources of enjoyment is when parents bring their baby into the studio for a ‘Watch-Me-Grow’ Baby’s First year Package. Its great to see them develop their own little personalities, and to help their families remember those exciting early days. Weston has just finished his ‘Baby’s First Year’ and he s=ceebrated with a fantastic Batman themed photoshoot, complete with a batman cake!
Here’s James, who has just began his Baby’s First Year photo-package at our Dundonald Studio. He’ll get a studio visit at 4 months, 8 months and 12 months, and a beautiful frwmed piece of wall art, a photo from each of his visits framed in a triplicate frame. What a great deal, and great fun as well.
Watching Bethany, my granddaughter making chocolate chip cookies, I was intrigued by how her hands kneaded the dough, and caught just a few of the moments on the Fujifilm X-T2. I kept the aperture wide open to reduce the depth of field, and blur the background as much as possible. Difficult enough exposures, for the kitchen was quite dark at the time, and ISO was 12800, so some of the images very noisy indeed. However…