An Elf-free Christmas Mini Shoot

 
Dressed for warmth but not as Elves, our two gorgeous models are ready for their Christmas mini shoot. Not a snowman in sight.

This is the most popular time of year for family photo shoots. And I can see why. The foliage, the clean air, the low sunshine and the enticing countryside all make for the most alluring images.

Rocking the Tweed and only missing a shotgun or a brace of pheasant, Freddie is every inch the gentleman. And teddy came too.

Add in to the mix two enchanting children and a not-too-shabby-in-the-looks-department set of parents, and the perfect autumn image ingredients are complete.

This family of four are certainly easy on the eye, but also adorable, loving and the most easy and relaxed of clients for a photographer

Freddie, aged 7 was impressive in Tweed, missing only a brace of pheasant to complete the country gentleman's attire for this shoot (pardon the pun), whilst baby sister Amelie, like a snuggly winter fairy in layers of tulle and fur, was fighting off a chest infection with grit and determination. 

Scrumptious baby Amelie sports the most wintery of accessories, all upstaged by a pink tulle skirt. A veritable winter fairy.

Our location was tree heaven. Birk Crag nestles unobtrusively alongside the RHS's Harlow Carr Gardens, concealing a wondrous 27 acres of deciduous woodland, ripe for a photographer's picking at this time of year. Steep slopes lead visitors down to the waters of Oak Beck, where the shallow lapping stream is benign enough to allow children to wade in their wellies whilst parents can drink in the colourful surroundings.

Birk Crag is an enticing network of steep paths, thick woodland and a babbling stream. Autumn's colour is shown off to its best here, and makes for beautiful family portraits

Fallen trees and giant rocks provide excellent climbing opportunities for a betweeded boy, and the procurement of a crocheted blanket gave little Amelie's bottom a dry, warm resting place for a few snaps.

The perfect location for little boys to explore, this woodland has lots of interest for portrait variety, and enough to keep the children smiling and relaxed.

This was a Mini Shoot. Approximately 30 minutes long, it provides families a low budget way to capture some lasting memories which can be utilised as Christmas presents for loved ones, or simply as a way to capture a moment of this impeccable season, in all its glory. 

A kiss for daddy, who was powerless to resist. The perfect moment.

As you can see, you don't have to dress as an elf for a Christmas Mini Shoot, so if this £99 budget option appeals to your needs, get in touch before the moment is gone. The shoot includes 6 digital image files of your choice.