Catching up from 2010

Ok, so if you have been following my blog you will know that I have been terrible at keeping it up to date! So I apologise.

I had some really busy times at the back end of 2010, filled with lots of photo shoots and getting prints ready for Christmas.

With the preparations for my 2nd wedding to photograph in October and my photography course in full swing, it was an exciting time.

My first photograph is from a photo shoot with a group of friends for one of their Birthdays. It was such a fun shoot, and we even got some pictures of them all sat on the front of a tractor! I had such a laugh photographing them all and they made me feel so welcome – thanks girls!

My next shoot was a family portrait for Cathryn Lowery. The photograph I am going to share with you is of her youngest boy. It was taken at the end of the shoot in the Park at Broughton. He looks so happy!:)

It always makes me happy when people re-book me to take more photographs of their children or ask me for more prints. I have taken many photographs for Gemma Bosanko now and enjoy it every time! Her little girl Olivia is one of the cutest baby’s I have photographed, and even with some tears we manage to get some lovely photos. I have previously shared a photograph from their shoot but just before Christmas I took some family pics below…

Just before I photographed my second wedding I did two family photo shoots. One of these was for Christina Brown and below is a photograph of her Daughter. – I’m glad my photo shoots are fun and full of happy faces!

I also took photographs for Paula Benn of her two boys, they looks so adorable in my matching baskets!

Following this, it was off to the beach! The photograph below is of Kerry-Ann Oliver’s two boys. We just managed to get an hour’s fun before the sunlight disappeared. This was my last photo shoot I managed in the evenings before the dark nights set in for winter.

Having taken some photographs for Ashlee Armstrong last year I was pleased when she got back in touch after having her little girl for some more pictures. This is one of my favourites from the shoot we did at her house.

Haverigg Beach is always a popular location for my photographs, not only is it local but even though I have taken lots of pictures there, they are all unique.

Above is a photograph of Mary and Henry Robinson. We had such a fun time on the beach and we even ended it with an ice cream:)( in November)!

Another photo shoot which I really enjoyed was for Carly Fallows. I had previously taken photos for her before but her daughter Madelyn was a lot older this time. Check out this cute photo of her in the sand dunes.

Another popular location is Duddon Bridge near to Broughton. I was asked to photograph a large family portrait by Billie Hughes in November last year. I thought it was going to be difficult to get everybody looking and smiling all at the same time, but it wasn’t! They were such a lovely and kind family to photograph.

With everyone wanting photographs before Christmas, family portrait become  very popular. Here is a collection of photographs taken from the photo shoots I did in the run up to Christmas.

So, there we have it a brief (ish) summary of my latest photographs! I say brief but it’s my longest blog post yet!

I have just had some great news this morning while writing this – I got back my marks for my final photography module and therefore have a diploma in photography! Looking forward to my certificate arriving in the post! – Might put it up on my studio wall.

Hopefully my blog posts wont be as long as this, so if you have managed to get to the end of this and have read it all – thanks! haha. I’m hoping to do monthly updates on my work so that you can see my updates:)

Dont forget if you fancy a photo shoot or want to give a voucher as a present for someone, please get in touch :-

jennacarpenterphotography@hotmail.co.uk

07789682779

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