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We had a photo shoot with Elora a few weeks ago, she spent time understanding the type of photos I wanted and found the perfect place for it. She is such a lovely lady and immediately made my children, and myself feel at ease and we had such a fun time, the children loved it and were still talking about it days later. Elora had so many wonderful ideas to capture the children behaving naturally but also let them have some input into what shots they wanted The photos are perfect, exactly what I wanted and I am overjoyed with our final images, of which there were many. Thank you so much Elora, you are so talented and I genuinely couldn't be happier xxx - Rebecca

         
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10 Things to do Outdoors with your Littles this Autumn

This time of year is always fun. Yes it gets a bit cold and rainy, but we also get some glorious days of sunshine and crisp air. The colours are incredible and there are always so many things to discover, just around the corner from your house! So here are 10 activities I love to
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Coronavirus Update

It seems like forever since I have been able to post new client photographs on my social media profiles, but, thankfully, new government guidelines have allowed me to open again, in a limited manner, and following a risk assessment. I carried out this risk assessment last weekend and did a practice session with some willing
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365 Project | August

August. The month where we actually stopped to enjoy summer. Where it rained yes, but the sun also shone. Where we were able to go out, and leave the village, even if just for a few days. Where I finally saw one of the places on my bucket list, and in my heart. Even if
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Documenting Local Families During Lockdown

The Doorstep Project began during lockdown, first in America, and then here in the UK. I have to admit, at first I was a bit hesitant to start – after all, we were all juggling this sudden “new normal,” a complete shift in our routines. All of a sudden we were working from home, locked
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Back to School Mini Sessions

Back to School Mini Sessions are here! On Sunday August 23 I will be hosting back to school mini sessions for a limited number of clients only! Sessions will last 15 minutes and the price includes 3 photos. Up to 2 children per slot please, in order to keep social distancing! Sessions will take place
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365 Project | July

It has been rainy this month, but we have also been blessed with some gorgeous weather. The girls finished school and have been able to start swimming lessons again. We discovered an amazing new place near our house, where the girls can enjoy rope swings, shrimping and splashing around. I have worked and loved every
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365 Project | June

Freedom! This is the month where we saw other humans and left the village! We picked strawberries and stuffed our faces with them until we were sick! We bought a giant bubble wand and between one argument and the next, we managed to play nicely with it. We made a pie, went for a family
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365 Project | May

The month we started living again – lockdown has slowly eased – we can go outside again, we can make a support bubble, and I can work again. Could there be a light a the end of this tunnel? I’m so excited to be able to get back to talking to other people again, and
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365 Project | April

April. A change from winter to spring. The days slowly flowing into each other, each one the same as the one before, yet different somehow. Lockdown is never ending. Rainbows are everywhere. I have felt myself drifting into a black hole of desperation, uselessness and guilt. I have completely failed as a homeschooling mother, the
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Rediscovering your photographic self through creative techniques

This period isn’t easy for anyone. Professional photographers are struggling with the implications of being on lockdown and suddenly having to stop all work from one day to the next. Hobbyist photographers may be in a similar situation with jobs, children and household duties all being juggled in an unprecedented dance that is completely new
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