Extended Family Shoot in Ashridge, Hertfordshire

Great Outdoors

Photo shoots make a great gift and this extended family shoot from the end of March was a 70th birthday present for Grandpops!

We had a glorious sunny day (remember that week of a heatwave we had? Seems like a distant memory now!) and Ashridge was the perfect location with lots of space and beautiful light. We were able to get some gorgeous images of the whole family together, the grandparents with their grandchildren and each family. The children (aged 7 and 9 months) were absolute superstars and the grown ups behaved themselves too!

This family were so much fun and we got some wonderful loving connections between them – perfect memories.

If you’d like a family photo shoot, I still have a little bit of weekday spring availability, and some summer. You could buy a gift certificate as a present if you’d like to surprise a grandparent or partner for a birthday. Just email me at tanya@aldcroft-photography.co.uk to discuss your requirements.

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