Go orn, go orn, go orn…. you know you want to! 😉

Mar 10, 2014 | Uncategorized

I have recently changed my sessions so that I now offer a new PURE baby sitting up session. Whilst I obviously ADORE photographing newborns I am so totally in love with the smiley, chunky gorgeousness that is the older baby. They are interactive, they are usually so excited and happy just to be sitting and enjoying a new view of the world. I don’t get so many bookings for this age which for me is a shame, as they are so amazing and make for wonderful wall art pieces.

I am offering something a little bit special and very limited! Sitting up mini sessions…. one date Monday 24th March….  5 spaces of 30 mins max. The mini session and 5 digital images for just £150!!

Time slots are 10am, 10.40am. 11.20am. 12pm and 12.40pm. Email me on info@pennycressphotography.co.uk or use the contact form to grab your spot. Sessions are for  babies who are between 6 – 12 months, who are confidently sitting up unaided and not yet toddling. They will be in my home studio and will be of the same style to these gorgeous little ones…so no fancy dress, no shirts and bow ties etc just PURE baby gorgeousness!

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(Some of the above images taken on a training day with assistance from Russ Jackson and Alison McKenny)

 

 

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