Do You See What I See? | Outdoor Child Photography | Lincoln Child Photographer

Do You See What I See?

Nearly a month ago now (I know I am so behind on my blogging!!) I was walking to pick up the girls from nursery, and found this patch of blossom at the side of the road.

I knew I needed to photograph there, and needed someone brave enough to do so in front of pretty much the entire village (and yes we had plenty of observers!) Luckily I knew just the gal and we arranged our little mini session to take place just a few days later.

Esme was AMAZING and was such a trooper, the sun was shining and it was beautiful and warm, and even mum was an excellent assistant.

I took a moment, just after we finished to take a picture of the actual location, because I thought that this would be an excellent opportunity to show everyone that it is not just the equipment a professional photographer uses, but it is also how they see things that look ordinary. It is about how they tell their equipment to translate the mundane into the extraordinary.

So this here below is our location at the side of the road:lincoln-child-photographer

And this, is one of the final images from Esme’s session:



What a difference, eh? And no it isn’t all photoshop magic, because this is the back of the camera:


And just for fun, here is another one. 

Back of camera:


Final image:


And now with that “ominous lesson” ringing in your ears, or burning into your retinas, rather, take a second to enjoy a few more images in the slideshow below! And if you would like to book in an outdoor session, now is the perfect season, flowers are everywhere, and in general, we get lucky with the weather! Get in touch with me to book in, or have a quick look here for prices!

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