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3 Reasons not to let the weather put you off an outdoor photo session

An outdoor photo session is the perfect choice for whatever requirements you have – family photos, children’s portraits or personal headshots. There’s plenty of variety for backgrounds, lots of space to move around and chances to relax and have fun to create lovely, natural photos. However, you might be worried about the weather spoiling your opportunity. Here’s 3 reasons not to let that put you off:

1. We can style it out

We can easily adjust clothing and provisions to fit your needs if the weather is being tricky. If it’s cold we can add coats, blankets and woolly hats which will add really cute look to your photos. If it’s wet we can wear welly boots and use brollies for fun. If it’s sunny we can use the trees for shade, hats and water to keep cool.

2. Don’t worry about mess

I have picnic blankets with waterproof layers which will keep you dry and away from any mud. I also have some nice looking but heavy duty and great washable blankets which I always bring so you don’t need to worry about anything of yours getting too dirty. Mud streaks are often easy enough to edit out so if anyone should get a tad too messy; I can usually fix it.

3. Flexibility

If the weather is looking really grey, too wet or too cold then we can reschedule. I am very flexible and we can easily find another date which works for both of us and so rearrange your session to, hopefully, a more beautiful day. I’m a small business, and the benefit of that is that I concentrate on making my clients really happy individually and I have enough time to chat with you and book in another date as soon as possible.

So hopefully I’ve eased some of your concerns about outdoor photography. If you are interested in talking about your own session and how I can accommodate you then please to get in touch.

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I'm a photographer who loves to take natural, relaxed portraits of families, little ones, couples or individuals - anyone who would like to capture special memories to treasure.