Why listening to yourself and giving yourself enough time and space, is one of the best ways to bring your creativity back into a flow.Read More
Which lenses work best for family photography - Here we go through our experiences working with different lenses and talk about which are our favourites and why.Read More
Last summer we headed up to Tynabruaich in Scotland and these are some of the images from that trip. It’s something we want to do more as a family in 2019, if it’s climbing a mountain one weekend going on a plane and exploring new countries or just being out close to home on the moors. If you could recommend anywhere in the UK or further a field then please let us know.Read More
Family is everything. When you have the chance to stop and really see it. Really see you. Having photographs taken at any point are always going to mark parts of your life that will at some point seem like such a distant memory. That’s why we wholeheartedly love to take these pictures for you. They matter, you matter.Read More
A new obsession, ever little movement, noise and stare it’s just another excuse to hold your breath and think the world is alright for a moment.Read More
A guide to how we currently edit our black white images using adobe lightroom.Read More
An honest portrait of my wife on her 40th birthday. There’s something about being more accepting of ourselves at this age. I love to see how she’s taking stock and moving forwards, taking every day as it comes and bringing so much joy to our lives.Read More
A new series. A new perspective.
Here is Sara’s story
Understanding what people would really like to read on a photography blog has been quite a journey.
I guess when we started out 7 or 8 years ago, it was more just a few words here and there to support the photographs, we didn’t really want to distract too much from the photography work and it can be tough to know what people out there want to read. A total minefield in some cases, where do you start?Read More