Wednesday, 19 November 2014

A few changes at Marie-Louise Hall Photography...

Hello everyone!

I hope you have been taking advantage of the miserable weather and drinking lots of hot chocolate in front of the fire! 

So I have some news/information to share with you all! 


Due to the beautiful refurbishment over at Jade Boutique and the new inclusion of their Bridal Studio on the ground floor. We have come to the decision that space will be limited, what with all of the wonderful Wedding dresses and accessories, therefore not suited for using as a studio space. Especially with little busy bodies running around and the amazing cake smashing that they can do too!

This means that sessions will only be able to take place on location or from the comfort of your own home for the time being.

Location sessions at country parks are my favourite for family photographs! I have two ways of approaching these types of sessions, a structured one where we spend a set amount of time in one location with posed photographs. Or a lifestyle session where we take a nice gentle stroll with me capturing the interactions between your family with few posed shots.


Home sessions, especially for newborns, can be carried out in smaller spaces even if it means we use your bed for the base of the session! If you have bigger spaces, we can carry out a variety of different sessions; however it does limit some photo opportunities, although I will attempt all shots providing it is safe to do so. The plus side of this, you don't have to worry about making sure you have everything you need, before you leave the house - as I'm coming to you!!

Because of this, I am currently on the look out for a new space to work from either as my own premises or along side another wonderful business. So if you do know of anyone who has space to rent, do let me know! 

The process of booking will still work the same, your session wont be confirmed without a deposit. If you have any questions regarding booking a session or how it works, just send me a message! 


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