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Family films are a beautiful way to capture and treasure the little gestures and range of facial expressions that come and go so quickly. They are a way to see development and ways you and your young ones change from season to season.
A family film is a gift for the future for yourself and your children. It is invaluable with carefully crafted together footage where you can see a part of your own unique family story unfold long after that season of life has faded.
1.5 – 2 HOURS
This session length is ideal if you have a newborn and want to capture some at-home moments with your new addition (e.g. feeding, bathing, skin to skin).
It is also a great length for families who would love to have a moving portrait of their child and capture them doing some of their favourite activities.
This session length is great for families who have busy homes and want to capture what this stage of life feels like; the chaos, messiness and beauty of it all.
I also love this length for grandparents sessions. It is enough time to get everyone comfortable in front of the camera and still have plenty of time to document the beautiful moments and relationships between the generations.
A guide that covers any questions you may have about the film sessionincluding how to prepare and what to expect.
Get a chance to talk and go over any questions you may have about the session and chat through all the details.
6-8 weeks after our session together you’ll receive your personal family film via an online link for you to enjoy!
So I’ve decided to combine my love for the great outdoors with my love for photography in a small but hopefully meaningful way.
With every family film or photography session that is booked, a tree will be planted on your behalf by Hometree, a non-profit based in West Clare.
Hometree work to establish and conserve permanent native woodland in Ireland, encouraging land regeneration and biodiversity through afforestation, restoration and education.