Primrose Hill Family Photography

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I’m so happy to share these images from a Primrose Hill family photography session with you. The family had booked one of my longer 3-hour family photography sessions, as they wanted the photos taken in different areas of London. The main reason for the shoot was to celebrate their daughter’s first birthday, which was a wonderful idea. They actually ended up ordering one of my beautiful albums when they say the photos, as they wanted their daughter to enjoy the images so beautifully presented as she grew up.

Tower Bridge family portraits

We met up early one morning for our family photoshoot near Tower Bridge. It’s one of my favourite locations for London family and vacation photography sessions. As well as the spectacular bridge itself there are lots of brilliant surrounding areas on both sides of the bridge, all of which make perfect backdrops for family portraits. The family were an absolute joy to photograph. They were so happy to be exploring around Tower Bridge with their daughter. And they were also complete naturals in front of the camera, which made my job very easy!

Primrose Hill family photography with a view!

We then made our way across London to Primrose Hill. After climbing to the top of the hill we stopped for a moment to appreciate the stunning views across the City. If you haven’t already visited this wonderful park it really is worth the trip. The views simply take your breath away!

After capturing a series of natural family portraits at the top of Primrose Hill we had lots of fun in other areas of the park, before making our way back to the family home. This is the advantage of booking one of my longer family photography sessions – we can include several locations in the photoshoot. We took more photos of this still smiling family in their home, including one of my favourites. The one with the big number one balloon. How special will this photo be in years to come!

A beautiful album for your London family portraits

I was so happy that the family absolutely loved all of their London family portraits. And I really enjoyed designing their gorgeous album for them, which they were delighted with. Apparently their little daughter is already looking at it curiously, and I imagine this fascination will grow in the years to come.

If you’re interested in booking a Primrose Hill Family Photography session, please do get in touch. Or if you’d like ideas of other London landmarks to include in your family portraits please do take a look at my London vacation photography images here London Vacation Photographer

Mum, Dad and baby girl looking happy in front of a very colourful wall. Mum, Dad and baby girl standing in front of the River Thames, Tower Bridge and City Hall in London. Man, lady and baby in front of the Tower of London. Family of thee looking at each other in an old street. Mum, dad and baby looking happy in a street. Little baby girl holding hands with her parents in a cobbled street. mum looking at baby girl in front of blue and white wall. Little girl walking with her parents next to red London telephone box. Family of three standing with a beautiful view behind them. Family of three sitting in long grass. Dad lifting his baby girl in the air with mum looking on. Lady and baby smiling in front of trees. Baby girl starting to climb on her mum's lap. Mum and baby girl with their faces very close. Little baby smacking her mum's face. Baby pulling her mummy's hair. Lady, man and baby in a park. Baby in her play pen with her finger in her mouth. Baby girl smiling in her play pen. Baby from above. Baby crawling across her mum's lap with her dad looking on. Mum, dad and baby smiling at each other. Baby with finger in mouth. Lady, man and baby with big number one balloon. Baby playing with toy sink. Baby on sofa cuddling toy rabbit. baby looking at me from her cot. baby smiling in cot

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