Outdoor Family Photo Shoots in Northampton

At Wildgoose Photographics our outdoor family sessions are a mini adventure. Unlike a studio, there is plenty to keep your little ones amused and entertained, plus you will get varying backgrounds in one shoot. I’m always happy to incorporate props – balloons for birthdays, flower crowns for spring/summer and precious teddies can all be used to make the session more personal to you.

One of the main worries I hear from parents is that their children won’t behave, won’t pose and won’t sit still. None of that matters with Wildgoose Photographics, each session lasts long enough to let your child have fun, explore and relax in front of the camera, but not too long that they get bored. I will never push little legs further than they want to go.

I am available for outdoor family portraiture and weddings. All images are creatively edited by me and either supplied on disc at full resolution, or in print leaving the client able to so decide how to share them with family and friends. Please feel free to contact me at wildgoosephotographics@gmail.com for further information or to book your photo session.

I look forward to working with you in the future.


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