London Family Photographer – Frames, Albums, Print Boxes and More…..

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I love everything about my job as a London Family Photographer. I love meeting new families and being welcomed into their homes to photograph them is such a privilege. I love editing – I know not all photographers do but I really enjoy it. For me it’s where you see the images come to life. And the fact that I can do it in the comfort of my own home with a podcast (or This Morning, my guilty pleasure!) on in the background is an added bonus. And I particularly love seeing the final images in print, rather than sitting on a computer screen.

I’m really passionate about seeing images printed, rather than remaining for years on the USB I give my clients (which is actually lovely looking but not the same!) I have spent years researching all the photo products available to showcase my work. I have been to numerous photography trade shows up and down the country to see all these products for myself rather than just online or in a brochure. After all this research I am confident that I can offer my clients some of the best photographic products available worldwide.

I have a large range of different products – beautiful albums, which tell the story of your family session so well; stunning frames which showcase your images at their very best and can be enjoyed by all who come into your family home for years to come; contemporary aluminium prints, which use the latest technology to print your images onto metal; and gorgeous print boxes, which contain your ten favourite mounted images.

So yes – the greatest pleasure for me in my photography business is when I return to a client’s home to photograph them for a second or third time and see up on their wall, in pride of place, a fantastic framed image of their family from a previous session.

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