Fun Children’s Photographer

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If you’re looking for a fun children’s photographer then look no further! I make sure all of my London family photography sessions are enjoyable. When you look back on the whole experience of having a family photoshoot with me, I want you to remember the fun time we spent together. As well as loving the resulting photographs of course!

In this particular family photography session, the mum had booked one of my 1-hour shoots. She was keen to get some fun portraits of her three boys together before the family moved out of London. The location she chose for the photos was their favourite local London park. This was the perfect choice as it’s the place they had spent so many happy days together.

Fun action sibling portraits

After taking some natural portraits of these two boys with their baby brother, we went for something a little livelier! In the park there was a pretty tree lined path which always works brilliantly for family and children’s photography. I often take some portraits of the whole family standing together in this beautiful spot and then some images of the children walking or running. It can produce some quite funny results, especially as children rarely run at the same speed. They always see it as a race!

These two brothers had so much fun competing against each other and we ended up with a series of brilliant action shots. It was difficult to choose a favourite for this blog post, but I went for this one in the end. I just love the excited smiles on the boys’ faces and the outstretched hand of the older brother pulling his sibling along.

Book your own fun children’s photographer!

I enjoyed this London children’s photography session so much. If you’re interested in booking one for your family, details on how my family photoshoots work can be found here London Children’s Photographer

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