As a London family photographer I love to have returning customers. Usually families like to have annual photographs taken so that they can see the changes in their family and also have up to date photos to share with their friends and family. This is especially so if some of their family live abroad as is the case with the Guntrip family.
This is the third year that I have photographed Paul. He has changed so much from our first photos session that we had. He is such a laid back little boy with an imagination that has no boundaries. He loves running around, playing games involving trains and letting his imagination run wild. In the past I have just photographed Paul by himself, but this year his mum and dad joined in for a couple of family shots.
We met early on a Saturday morning late last year for our photos. Our location was Richmond Park in south west London. It was a cold, crisp morning with a lovely blue sky. We headed off to a great location in a little forest of sorts. Paul ran around all the logs and trees and had a great time. He also found a little fort made of dead branches and some prickly “hedgehogs” too. After about an hour we started heading back to the cars. Along the way we came across a huge puddle and Paul was adamant that he wanted to play in this. It made for a great photo opportunity – he was pretty muddy at the end of the puddle play though!
I think I managed to capture some lovely photos of Paul and his mum and dad. If you would like to have some natural family photos taken get in touch email@example.com I look forward to meeting you in the near future.