His coat still on, Adam (6) ran to the kitchen table and started shoving big spoonfuls of ice-cream into his mouth. It wasn’t long before his and Max’s face were covered with chocolate. Toppings are the best part of Mooch frozen yoghurts they told me. They were definitely gone first! Stopping for ice-cream after a long walk on the Greystones seafront is a tradition for the family (summer or winter!) and me following them around was a great way to capture ordinary moments and the silliness, love and happiness that fill them.
You see, Noel and Niamh had realised that there were no photos of Max (3) in the house and knew his white-blond hair might not last forever. They looked for an alternative to traditional studio photos and their Google search led them to me :)
“I love the stage my two boys are in right now” is something I hear a lot of my clients say to explain why they’d like to get professional photographs done right now. The relationship. The connections. The craziness mixed with fun.
Have a look at a selection of this afternoon in their lives, and if you’d like ordinary moments with your family through my lens, contact me here.
Which images do you think they picked from their family photography session?
Niamh and Noel wanted to see the result of their family photography session on their walls. This is by far the best way to bring a smile on your face every morning, day after day.
I love storyboards because they tell a short story, let you pick more than one expression from each member of the family and show the connections and relationships. It takes the pressure of taking that ONE photograph that will have everyone smiling and looking at the camera.
These are two photographs of their framed storyboards taken when I received them. I always double check everything is as it should be before delivering them.
Framed storyboards were my most popular product in 2017. Check out some more products photographs.
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Noel here (the Dad in the photos). Johanna was an absolute pleasure to spend time with, both on the afternoon of the shoot and afterwards when going through the tricky process of working out how best to make use of all of the fab shots she managed to get. Her relaxed and friendly attitude was really important in helping us get the type of photos we had hoped for. Now we have a selection of lovely photos up all around the house that will only become more cherished over time. Couldn’t have worked out better for us – thanks Johanna!