Family Photography

  1. Profiling Feature Photographer Natasha Lesonie

    February 16, 2016 by Leanne Cole


    This is the start of a new series where we will be interviewing featured photographers and getting an insight into them and their photography. Today we start with the first person Natasha Lesonie.   My name is Natasha,  I am a portrait photographer. How long have you been taking photos? Why did you start?   I’ve been taking photos for 7 years. It started when my first baby was born. I was eager to catch every moment of her life, hands, the passion to the photography. I quickly realized that it’s not enough just to have a professional camera but it also important to study photography as an art. Little by little people started asking me to take photo of their families. Then I received a few requests from agencies and photo magazines who wanted to use my photos for commercial advertisement and even put them on cover pages. That… | Read the full article

  2. Tips for Finding a Family Photographer

    October 24, 2012 by David Lye

    Family portraits are a great way to create memories for the rest of your life – and when they are passed down from generation to generation they are lovely to have as a sort of visual record of family members. Whether you want to find a studio or freelance photographer that specializes in family portraits, there are so many to choose from it could be hard to narrow down the options. Since you want your photographs to turn out beautifully, follow some of these tips when you start searching for a family photographer: Look through their portfolio – Studios and freelance photographers will have a portfolio of their past work, and it gives you a good idea of what they are specialized in – want photographs outdoors or looking for something fun and quirky? Get a feel for their work by what you see – and ask questions! While a freelance… | Read the full article