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An Afternoon With The Cornhills | Documentary Family
Thank you so much, we love them and are so happy you documented our family like this. I don't think I
quite realised how important these pictures will be but when we've left this house these will help us always
remember what a happy place it was. I've watched the slideshow about 4 times already and just love it."
As a Documentary Family Photographer these “An Afternoon With” sessions have really opened a window
for me and allowed me to take more and more of the kind of family photographs that really appeal to me
and that I know mean the world to my clients.
It’s taken me a little while now to put my finger on why I love these sessions as much as I do but it all boils
down to two words: pure moments. That’s all it is. Simple, pure moments, concentrated on a very select
handful of people.
Unlike my wedding work where my job is to tell the story of the day my job with these family photography
sessions is to really distill it all down and capture the personalities and quirks of each family and the fun
that they have together.
It’s obviously a huge privilege to be welcomed into someone’s home, to chill out with them, for kids to show
me their favourite toys, read me their books and whisper silly stories in my ear from school. I absolutely
love these afternoons.
The Cornhills were a dream to photograph. Faye is a super talented photographer herself so I felt a little
nervy on the drive there but I needn’t have worried. Within seconds of meeting up we were all laughing
together and I knew I was in for a lot of fun.
Together with Phil, Harry, Grace and the especially cool Stanley the labrador we took a stroll through the
woods, running and jumping and playing on old rope swings.
Afterwards we headed home. These guys are moving home soon and this sessions was partly organised to
photograph a little of the happiness that exists within these walls before they begin a new adventure very
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email in case if you are looking for Family Photographer in Kent.