Fern | Isle of Wight Portrait Photographer
When Fern agreed to meet me in Puckpool Park and asked if I could take her photo, I knew we’d make something special.
In fact, I had something special planned for our portrait session. Something big.
Suggesting Fern bring her dad’s original Pentax, we jumped right in. Photographing Fern with warmth and care, experience and flair, joking and making Fern smile and laugh through the process.
The Pentax was a little tricky to handle and pushed me to get my thinking cap on (we’re still waiting for the film photos to return from the LAB).
Two hours later, we hugged goodbye. Despite a near miss when I drove the wrong way out of the park. Shhh, don’t tell anyone.
A few days later, Fern received her first digital photographs. She confessed to feeling excited and just a little bit nervous when we greeted each other. But after such a positive start and a caring, supportive experience during the portrait session, she’d told her friends to get in touch.
Instead of walking home, feeling anxious about the photos, she had a bounce in her step.
For more advice on natural portrait sessions or to book a natural portrait by an Isle of Wight photographer, get in touch and I’ll be happy to help.