Fulham Family Photography | Baby Portrait in the Park

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I loved this family photography session in Fulham last summer. I met the parents and their very sweet baby girl at the North End Road Market. This market is one of London’s most historic markets, dating back to 1880. It’s a traditional street market and holds a few large traffic-free events every year. I had a stand at one of these events last summer and had the best time! The whole day was such good fun and I met so many families who I then went on to photograph throughout 2018.

Family Photography in Bishops Park

I met up with one of the families in Bishops Park, Fulham one hot day last year. I really wanted to share this image of their very sweet baby daughter, who literally smiled for the whole shoot! This photo is typical of how she was for the entire baby photography session. We started off in Bishops Park with some family portraits and then strolled along the River Thames towards Putney Bridge. We then went into one of my favourite spots for family photos – Fulham Palace

Baby Portrait in Fulham Palace

It was here, just next to the “secret” walled garden that this baby portrait was taken. The day was getting hotter and hotter, so the parents sat their baby girl down in the shade. She was surrounded by some cooling foliage and was very happy to play with the leaves for a while. I just love the look on her face, smiling at her parents.

After this photo was taken we took some more family portraits inside the walled garden. If you haven’t visited Fulham Palace before you have to go! It’s the historic home of the Bishops of London and an absolute gem.

If you’re interested in a family or baby photography session in Bishops Park and Fulham Palace please do get in touch. It’s a location I know well and there are endless fantastic backdrops we can use in the images. Or if you’re visiting one of the North End Road Market big street events I might just be there – so please come and say hi!

Baby girl sitting amongst some leaves



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