Natural Sibling Photography

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I’m so happy to share this portrait from a recent natural sibling photography session. I’ve photographed these three brothers several times over the years and it’s always great fun to meet up. It was only a year since our last London family photography session, and I was amazed to see how much they’d grown!

Relaxed family portraits

We met up during the recent half term holiday in the family’s local park. It’s a beautiful park and one I’m lucky enough to photograph in regularly. We began our family photoshoot with some relaxed portraits of the boys with their parents. When we were happy that we had some great shots, it was time to concentrate on the boys. These three brothers always seem to get on so well and it doesn’t take much to get them laughing. There’s always lots of good-humoured teasing and jokes flying around, that produce just the reactions I’m looking for in my natural family photography.

My favourite image from this Natural Sibling Photography session

After taking some walking and running shots the boys sat on a wall and started to chat. I can’t quite remember what they were discussing at this point, but it certainly made them all laugh. I got several shots of them having fun, but this image was my favourite. They all look so happy, with completely natural smiles. And the image shows what an easy-going relationship they have with each other. After the session it was one of the first photos I sent to the parents and I was so pleased to hear how much they loved it too.

I enjoyed this London family photography session so much and I can’t wait for our next one together! If you’d like to book a natural sibling photography session, please do get in touch. Too see more examples of my children’s portraits please follow this link London Childrens Photographer

three boys sitting together laughing

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