family laughing on the beach

It was lovely to catch up with Edeanne and Sammy on their Downhill Beach family photoshoot and to capture memories for their family. I had the pleasure of photographing Edeanne and Sammy’s wedding (I won’t say how long ago!), so it was lovely to hang out and get some fun family photos.

We ran, laughed, had tickle fights and generally had a great time together. I had a few Percy Pigs in my bag to keep the energy levels up! Family photoshoots should be fun, don’t you agree?

Here’s what Edeanne had to say:

“We’ve talked about getting family pictures taken when our daughter was born…She’s now FOUR. There never seemed to be the right time or there was always a flaw that you want to work out or on but at the start of July we bit the bullet and got booked in with Emma for pictures. Ones to be treasured for a lifetime. Emma you are truly gifted – thanks for creating beautiful memories!!”

dad and son laughing on the beach

Well, it’s time to stop letting time slip away and make those family photos a reality. I’m here to help you capture those precious moments that you’ve been longing for.

Imagine the feeling of leaving this important task in the hands of an expert (that’s me!). No more stress or frustration. Just a fun and enjoyable experience for the whole family. You can relax, be present, and let me handle the rest.

mum with sons beach photos

So, what are you waiting for? Don’t let another year go by without those family photos you’ve been dreaming of. Let’s make it happen. Get in touch with me today to schedule your session and start creating beautiful memories that will last a lifetime.

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