Quirky Kids

Portrits of a girl aged 9 and aged 15 with the caption The best thing about a picture is that it never changes, even when the people in it do.” — Andy Warhol

There are lots of reasons for taking photographs, and all of them good:  to record a special occasion, to capture a beautiful scene, to create a piece of art to name a few – but when it comes to photographing your family it’s all about creating memories. Not just for you, although you’ll look back fondly on your lovely images in years to come and recall this happy moment , but for future generations who will yearn to know what their family looked like back in the day.

One of my greatest joys is my collection of photographs of my children as they grow up. The pictures above are of my daughter,  aged 9 and aged 15. I am blessed to be able to document them growing up so thoroughly, although my son, now aged 12, is rather more reluctant to post for the camera than he used to be. 

These are the details of the standard child portrait sessions available. These take place in the Quirky Photography studio in the centre of Royton and are suitable for all ages from newborn upwards. Please note that the studio space is fairly compact. If you require a shoot for more than three children then please give me a call to discuss. I would be more than happy to set up a portable studio in your home, or on location somewhere. 

Click on your chosen package to be taken to the online calendar where you can choose your session date and time, book your slot and pay your booking fee. If you prefer to chat about your options first that’s absolutely fine. Give me a call or fill in the contact form at the bottom of the page. I’m always happy to put together bespoke portrait packages and I have a range of wall products available, including canvas, aluminium, acrylic and wood block, plus photo books and albums.

All of the packages can incorporate an outfit change and/or a themed photo art image, except the £99 Essential package, which is either a themed art shoot OR a traditional portrait shoot.

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