Adult Daughters Photography Session

Last month, I photographed a Mum with her four adult daughters, apart from the youngest they were now away at university and living away from home .

Lots of families have professional photos taken when their children are little, then  through school,  and at times for milestones like birthdays, graduations and so on, these are the obvious stages where photography sessions are taken.

But then once the ‘kids’ are grown up and move away, we as parents have less chance to have family photographs done, especially professionally. There may be the wedding or a baby christening, but there are fewer opportunities for everyone to get together for photographs, which is why this session was so special, Mum wanted portraits of her and her adult daughters, to capture their closeness and bond before they all flew the nest permanently.

Mum and daughters had a very special and close bond which was very apparent from the moment they stepped into the studio.  Their connection with each other was lovely to see and was reflected in the photographs from the session that day.



So maybe before your ‘kids’ fly the nest and move onto the next chapter of their adult lives, whether that be university or a job away from home, think about capturing this moment in your lives together in a professional photography session to cherish this time forever.

We can have a chat about what you would like from your photography session with us and we can give you further details on your session, products and anything else you have in mind about your session.

This would be a Portrait Experience Session.  If you would like to book your own mother (or father) and adult daughters photography session (or sons), then please give me a call on 0151 348 1234 or contact me here.  You can also purchase as a gift voucher for someone special.

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Hope to hear from you soon!

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