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Bishop’s Court Meadow Family Session {Rifqah} | Cape Town Lifestyle Photographer

You may remember this family’s birth story. Now as a family of four with a little walker, they wanted to have family photos that capture who they are in 2016 as a family. When I do family sessions with multiple children, I bring along an assistant to help with the challenges of chasing little ones. We want them to feel comfortable to play and run, I will focus in on them and then give them breaks from the camera by moving on to other segments of your family photos. We aim to do all of this in a relaxed way in under 2 hours.

I believe family sessions should include portraits not just your family, but of each child, your children together, you and your spouse with each child individually, and the often neglected… couple photos! Yes, because your relationship still matters and should be celebrated. By the way… Their couple photos are some of my favorites from this session. These are the photos your children will dig up for milestone anniversaries and their weddings.

Day In The Life Sessions or Outdoor Family Sessions are exclusive for my clients as I have an ongoing relationship with them. I believe it takes a certain level of trust and report to photograph a family this intimately and my availability is mainly reserved for births. Some book them annually or for milestones. But should you book me for your birth or maternity/newborn, you will always be able to hire me again and again to capture the different stages your family is in as the years go by.

Rifqah wanted a beautiful green setting and heart of their family captured. We achieved that together and I look forward to next year’s session. Enjoy just some of their beautiful session:

Thank you to Natalie for her assistance!





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