Professional photography awards

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I feel very lucky in my career as a London family photographer to have won numerous professional photography awards. And I appreciate every single one of them!

One of my favourite award-winning photos, below, was from a fantastic family photography session in one of London’s most beautiful parks. I met the mum at a church fair, where I had a stand promoting my family photography. After chatting for a while she decided to book her own family in for one of my fun sessions!

Fun family photography, whatever the weather!

On the morning of our family photoshoot the weather was threatening rain. However we decided to go ahead and hope for the best. I’m so glad we did, as it turned out to be a brilliant session, full of laughter. And the slight drizzle didn’t dampen anyone’s spirits at all.

We got lots of portraits of the whole family together and then concentrated on the four children with their beloved pet dog. The brothers and sisters sat on a large fallen down tree trunk (which always provide the perfect seat for a family portrait) and I snapped away, getting a variety of shots.

Fingers crossed for professional photography awards!

This family photograph ended up being one of my favourites, so I sent it into a competition and crossed my fingers! I was delighted when I found out it had won one of the professional photography awards! It’s such a fun portrait, even the dog seems to be smiling as he is cuddled by his big sister!

If you’re interested in booking one of my fun London family photography sessions, please do get in touch. I’d love to meet up and create some potentially award-winning portraits of your family. But above all I’d like you to really enjoy the session! More details of my work can be found here London Family Photographer

professional photography awards

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