“Christmas isn’t a season. It’s a feeling.” —Edna Ferber
Christmas mini sessions can surely give you and all your family members that festive feeling all year round.
And I’m so excited for this year set-up!!
As my photography style is very simple and timeless, I wanted to create something that reflects that. I have been thinking for a while about it and during one of my morning walks, surrounded by nature, I was trying to find how I could get inspired by it.
Christmas trees are surely nature-inspired but I used one already a couple of years ago. Didn’t want to use it again. And I was envisioning a white environment. Kind of the world of the Chronicles of Narnia! Snow . . .
White – Snow – Snowflakes
That was my train of thought. So I went home and searched on the internet for snowflakes and boom! Founded!
Sorry, maybe I bored you with the story of how I came up with this theme.
So, Christmas mini sessions? What are they?
A mini session is a very short version of a photography session. You will have limited time (20 minutes), fewer images to choose from and the set-up is already set for you. Of course, even the price will reflect this and therefore it will be much cheaper than a full photoshoot.
When are they?
Mini sessions are run on specific dates and you can choose a time slot.
The date for Christmas mini sessions 2021 are the 13th and 14th of November.
Where do I have to come?
To my studio in Twickenham, west London.
How much is it?
Christmas mini sessions are £165 and will include 20 minutes shoot and 5 digital files of your choice. Check the website for upgrade options. You can book your slot from Monday 4th October.
What should I wear?
When I thought about this set-up I was envisioning a wintery scene for timeless photos. So I would suggest simple and solid colours in neutral shades. Knitted clothes are perfect for the occasion. Jumpers, cardigans, dresses…textures and accessories are welcome too!
And here are some inspirations for girls. I would suggest white, cream or grey, but alternatively, a festive mood or warm tones work fine too.
I hope these ideas can be useful! Please check out my website to see more work and do get in touch if you have any questions!