Children’s Photographer Fulham
Being a children’s photographer Fulham was great fun last Sunday morning. It was a glorious sunny day after a wet and overcast week. The two brothers I was photographing at Fulham Palace were dressed in lovely colourful matching outfits. They really complimented the natural greens!
Under some trees we discovered a pile of logs perfect for climbing on. So who was King of the Castle?!
Eldest brother Charlie had the most lovely smile and I caught it just as he was getting of the bench. I love this photo – especially the way the brick wall in the background matches the colour of his jumper.
There were many wooden sculptures in the grounds of the palace including some very large pine cones. They provided the perfect climbing opportunity as well as the chance to try to get a sneaky picture of the boys together!
Trees always provide good backdrops for photos and there were some really old ones here with lovely textured bark. I think Charlie has what it takes to be a catalogue model for Gap in this pose!
A man on a mission! I love Erik’s toothy grin in this picture. He looks like he is heading for mischief!!
I just love this pose for toddlers. I believe Erik had found some conkers…now how did they get there when there was not a Horse Chestnut Tree in sight?!!
Look what I have found!!!
And now the fun really began. My recent acquisition came in very handy to keep the boys entertained and to capture some lovely natural poses and smiles.
We even managed to create a little game which meant that we got the boys sitting together for two lovely shots.
What photogenic boys – thank you Charlie and Erik. It was a fun morning out!