Family Photography in Loch Lomond and across Scotland

I photograph families in Loch Lomond and across Scotland. Sometimes it's a family occasion, a birthday celebration or gathering. This is often a rare occasion where everyone in the family is together in one place.

You don't need an excuse though though to get up to date and natural portraits of your family!

Paul Saunders - June 2019

 

Family Photography Gallery

Here are some examples from recent Family Photography Sessions, Maternity Shoots, Family Gatherings and much more. I use natural environments as they make far more interesting backgrounds, plus people feel a lot more comfortable in familiar settings.  Photography at home, parks or holiday homes.

FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHY - HOW IT WORKS

The Session

Sessions are around 60 minutes and can include photography at a celebration, or event. Before booking we will discuss options for locations and I can answer any questions that you may have. I make the session fun, relaxed and enjoyable, which helps to produce the best results. Once the session is completed the photographs are available for you to view via a password protected on-line gallery. 

The Price  

I provide a very popular package which is priced at £275. This includes the photography session, the editing, digital copies of all of the final images, a slideshow to music of the best images and a choice of 5 free prints (any size up to 12x8 inches). There are also options for additional purchases if desired of prints, albums and framed wall pictures. Price list available. 

How to Book 

If you are interested in booking a session, or would like to receive a brochure  please click the Make an Enquiry button below. Plus check out the blog posts at the bottom of this page for more examples of Family Photography in Loch Lomond and across Scotland. 

Photographing a family of 15 (and dog) - was an amazingly painless experience. Thank-you for taking all those lovely photos, the album is great to have now and something to look back at in years to come.
— Phil & Margaret Greene, Glasgow

Paul’s Photography blog