Edinburgh Family Photographer
I specialize in outdoor family photography. Open environment carries much greater creative opportunities. Scotland is a unique place with its beautiful landscapes, magical towns and stunning coast line. There is so much more to accomplish here for an Edinburgh family photographer than clinical studio setting. I developed myself in that specific genre not because I’m poor with studio lighting and posing. Quite the opposite. There’s nothing wrong with a portrait on beautiful seamless white background. Everything has it’s place. I’m just not that exited about it, that’s all. Also some time ago certain observation become quite clear to myself. The work I do is much more effective when I’m passionate about it.
Portrait Photography Ideas
As an emerging Edinburgh family photographer I endure an individual approach to all my clients.It is a key part of my venture. Portrait photography ideas can be limitless. Some of you prefer a local park when the others likes coastline and beach surroundings. Maybe you like woodlands or urban environment. I can accommodate almost every taste in terms of location. Especially here in Scotland. Everything is here within driving distance. If you have your own portrait photography idea or something particular you would like to do I’m quite keen to participate. Possibly you have seen some great pic on pinterest and would like to try to recreate it. I’m all in, fire away.
There is several perfect locations for amazing family photography sessions. I’m more than happy to share those. Being Edinburgh family photographer I am not limiting myself to our beautiful city. If you have a spot you are excited about please let me know. I love to explore new locations so traveling to photo-shoot is not an issue.
Session takes anything from 1 to 3 hours. Everything is dependent on your personal idea towards the session and the outcome you want to achieve. Usually I would suggest two to three different location within reasonable driving distance between them. The more variety the more interested images. If there are little ones involved in the session I would take under consideration age of the kids. For example taking a two year old for a climb to Arthur’s Seat is not the best idea. Firstly is not safe and secondly it could be exhausting. Another thing is abilities for the child to actually walk. If it is a freshly developed skill we might limit ourselves to one location.