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Family Photography Sessions

STEP ONE

make a booking

Let’s get in touch and chat about your session and what you are hoping for. Remember, this session is about you so there are no right and wrongs in regards to locations or who is going to be there, it just needs to be right for you.

 

Once we have a session date, I'll send you some paperwork and an invoice for the deposit to confirm the session.

 

Planning - things to think about

Will you include the family pet? What about the grandparents?

 

Clothing is a big part of your portraits. They will be on your wall for a lifetime so perhaps the latest marvel shirt isn’t the ideal choice. Go for something that suits the whole family.

 

At this point, I will send you a few questions just to ensure we get exactly what you are hoping for in regards to your session, but otherwise - its go time.

STEP TWO
STEP THREE

the session

Relax.

Smile, laugh, cry, enjoy

Don’t sweat the small stuff.

You’ll have fun, I promise.

Making your image selections

Following the session it usually takes me about 2 weeks to produce a wonderful session gallery for you to choose your wall prints and products from your session. You will receive a link to an online gallery and can purchase directly from the gallery. I am always here every step of the way to help you if needed, just give me a call and I'll walk you through it.

STEP FOUR
STEP FIVE

Enjoy your prints

Hang those beautiful prints and enjoy them each day. Be sure to show off your prints and products with style. A bit like the good glassware, they are meant to be used. Show those images off, and be proud of your family each day. Remember, these aren’t just your memories, they are for your children as well, and their children....

LET'S BE FRIENDS

Chapel Hill, QLD 4069.

0422136993

Lynda Coulson Photography

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When people look at my pictures, I want them to feel the way they do when they want to read a line of a poem twice.

 

Robert Frank