I can’t believe my last post was in December! This is the longest I’ve ever gone without a post since I launched this website in August 2010!
It’s been a busy time, but alongside juggling a variety of shoots as well as family life and other commitments, there’s also been the small issue of morning sickness and various other pregnancy related ailments… yep, family Sharpe are expecting baby #2 in July, so exciting times ahead!
Now that I’ve hit the ‘whale-like’ stage of pregnancy, I’ve stopped taking bookings for portraits / weddings for a while, but will be back in action from around November time with a few exciting new changes to boot. I’ll keep my facebook page updated so do pop on over and hit ‘like’.
I’m still offering the ‘better photos for your business‘ course through May, a one to one workshop at my Helston studio to help you learn to get the most from your camera and computer, all for a special rate of £100 – dates are flexible to work around you, so drop me an email at email@example.com.
So, as my belly expands and I start to ease up the workload, I just thought I’d leave you with a little sample of a few recent shoots…
‘out and about’
On location with the Flowers by Clowance family at their nursery near Praze-an-Beeble. Blessed with blue skies and yellow daffodil fields!
Charlotte Jane, owner of ‘Caring for Children in their own home‘ has recently launched a new service offering child minding and entertainment at weddings. A brilliant idea! This shoot was set up to show what the service can offer.
‘out and about’
Another family lifestyle shoot on location at a gorgeous Gunwalloe beauty spot. These guys treated me to a pasty lunch before we got underway with the photo taking.
Now that ain’t bad!
A beautiful wedding
After weeks of ‘meh’ weather, the sun put in an appearance for Sandie and Steve’s big day. An intimate ceremony at Rosuick Camel Farm, followed by a few photos in Coverack before they headed off to their reception. Congratulations guys!