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Photography tip of the week – freeze the action

Photography tip of the week – freeze the action

I’m sure you don’t need me to tell you that kids are fast.  From the moment they start crawling they’re off, across the room faster than you can say “oh God we need to baby-proof”. What you might find is that the photos you take of your...
A fun Beloved family portrait session in Swansea

A fun Beloved family portrait session in Swansea

How’s this for something to brighten up a wet Autumn day! These photos were taken back in the summer, at Heol Las park in Swansea.  I absolutely love the amount of parks we have here in Swansea, they’re perfect for family portrait sessions with busy,...
Photography tip of the week – use the rule of thirds

Photography tip of the week – use the rule of thirds

This week’s tip focuses on one of the first rules of photo composition – the rule of thirds. I’ve written before about stopping and thinking a bit before you snap a shot of your family, and it really does help to make your photos so much more...

New pricing structure – Beloved portrait photography in Swansea

The weather is definitely shifting here in Swansea, Autumn is on its way!  I don’t know about you but I always feel like making changes and having a bit of a fresh start at this time of year. Something about the new school year makes it feel like a perfect...
Photography tip of the week – don’t say cheese!

Photography tip of the week – don’t say cheese!

I’ve got a quick, light-hearted tip for you this week.  When you’re taking photos of your young children, don’t ask them to say ‘cheese’.  And for the grandparents out there, please don’t teach your grandchildren to do this when the...
Photography tip of the week – Make one person the focus

Photography tip of the week – Make one person the focus

This is quite a nice little tip that you can use to really start making your family photos more interesting! When you’re taking a photo of several members of your family, take some time to make just one person the main focus of a few images. So, instead of...