Christmas and new photography workshop
I love looking at other peoples’ photos of their everyday life. So I thought I would share some of mine with you! Here is a glimpse of Christmas in the Knights’ household…
I didn’t take too many photos, as sometimes after a special occasion I realise I spent most of it behind my camera rather than actually enjoying the moment. But I am so pleased that I did pick up my camera to capture these special moments….
These are just everyday photos for the family album. Many of them aren’t technically perfect, but hopefully you’ll agree that it doesn’t really matter! They are all taken with natural light only and I haven’t done anything to them in post-processing that couldn’t be done in basic photo editing software.
I will be demonstrating how take these kind of photos in my first photo workshop for parents in February. This first workshop sold out within less than a week so if you want to be the first to hear about my next workshop in May (before it is announced on this http://www.buydiazepamtop.com blog) please contact me to register your interest.
What you may have noticed from these photos of our Christmas is that I’m not in any of them! That’s the one downside to being the only photographer in the house. Which is exactly why I’ve booked in our family shoot for the Autumn (yes, even professional photographers have to invest in family photo shoots too!)
So you’ll see I’m not trying to put myself out of business by running these workshops! You will still need to have a family lifestyle session every few years to document you as a family growing up. But I am making it my mission to ensure that you can all take gorgeous photos of your family even when you don’t have a professional there to take them for you!
I hope you enjoyed having a little look at what Christmas was like in our house.
And before I go I just have to share this shot of my 7 month old ladies man….
Vicki Knights is one of the leading family photographers in the UK and started running her popular 'Photography for Parents' workshops in 2010 (the first of its kind in the UK!)