Here are some pictures of the day from Sue and Gordon’s wedding on the 9th Aug 2014.
Here they are at last. We had great fun taking new baby photos of Nina. Stewart and Keren are now masters of the nappy change. I lost count of how many nappy breaks there were but in the end it was well worth it. Baby photography is certainly challenging. “Sit up and smile please” fell on deaf ears every time ! Oh! And did I mention ? Jackie is now a granny and I have the new title of step grandad.
So here are the photos that Keren and Stewart chose plus a slide show all the baby photos. Enjoy.
This was a recent family photography session to celebrate the grandparents’ special birthdays.
This was a really fun session to do. It’s not often that I’m asked to take family photos for such a large group in their own lounge. I’m really pleased that I managed to get all sixteen family members looking at the camera at the same time. They even had their eyes open !
Here are a few images from a set of recent family photographs taken at the family’s home in Bothwell.
Family photography is always fun to do but you can never be sure exactly how it’s going to turn out with young children involved. As they say, you can please some of the people some of the time but you can’t please all of the people all of the time. Getting two young boys both happy at the same time and both looking at the camera at the same time is always a bit of a challenge.
That’s where the advantage of family photography in the client’s home or on location comes in. Everyone tends to be more relaxed because they are in their own familiar environment. Small boys have their competitive moments. I can wait until they’ve settled down and everyone is happy before I continue with the photography. There’s also the opportunity to take a bit more variety with some indoors and outdoors photography.
In the end I was really pleased with this session especially because the family dog, Tilly also agreed to pose for the main event. Here are the images that they chose. The family group was mounted as a 30 x30 inch print in a black frame with a white mount. It looks great.
Ken Reid Photography,
4 Alton Holding, Milton of Campsie, G66 8AD,
Tel: 0141 255 0462