On location Family Photoshoot
Location Family Photoshoots
2020 was a year of location shoots. We all got more time to spend in the great outdoors. This is a shoot done with Castlebar Co Mayo. Dr. Huma contacted us during the pandemic with a view to doing an outdoor family photoshoot and we were delighted to oblige. We love doing outdoor shoots as they offer an abundance of opportunities for exclusive one off shots and the freedom to interact with natural surroundings. They can be arranged according to the season or they can take place at a location which is meaningful to the client, perhaps somewhere previous memories were made or with special connotations.
Family Moments, Captured Forever
Huma’s shoot took place at a field next to her family home which was a perfect location with regard to social distancing and guideline adherence. The field was filled with buttercups which allowed for stunning images, with a lovely pop of colour, and Huma and her lovely family made beautiful models. Photography for outdoor photo sessions can sometimes be challenging due to lighting and weather conditions but certain times of day can be used advantageously such as the golden hour (shortly after sunrise or sunset) or the blue hour (twilight).
Capturing Memories One Click at a time
Family Portraits with Shutter Fever Photography
As highly experience photographers we have lots of experience with every type of weather and lighting condition, especially due to our vast experience in wedding photography, where the outside images are paramount to the occasion. Huma’s shoot took place in the evening and was carefully planned around that time of day in order to use the location to its best potential. We were all delighted with the resulting imagery.
Family Moments, On Walls
This type of shoot gives you lot’s of images to choose from with loads of different ways in using it. We find that customized wall art makes best use out of the images, whether duo trio or quad in a variety of different finished products, like the one shown above which is a quad of canvases.