An autumn family portrait session is the perfect time to capture the love between your family in easy-going sessions during the October half term. The slower pace during the holidays gives you the ideal opportunity for autumn family portraits that make ideal last-minute Christmas presents and avoid the panic of getting your ‘photos done’ before the Christmas minis become booked up.
The autumn weather is still comfortable and the tourist holidaying on the Isle of Wight have dispersed, making it more pleasant for you to enjoy time with your family. The leaves are starting to showcase their golden hues tinged with burnished reds and photograph beautifully, making you really pop on camera.
Fewer tourists visit during the autumn making family photo sessions more comfortable and, if you’re wanting to celebrate a special moment or mark an important life event, there’ll be less pressure getting everything organized and more time to spend sharing the love you feel for each other.
- Shanklin Chine
- Sandown Pier
- Steephill Cove
- Beaches along the Military Road
- Ventnor Steephill Cove
In autumn the golden evening light is over and families eagerly wait for seasonal colours to arrive so they can wear winter woollies without the worrying little ones will get too cold.
If you fancy an autumn family photography that takes a little bit longer, then many family photographers are suggesting a mixture of candid photography where you play with your children as if unawares of the camera and also take time to capture traditional family portraits where you all gather together giving you more opportunities to capture everyone together for posterity.
Sessions can be booked at short notice as long as everyone attending knows about the session in advance. Autumn family pictures can take place on the weekend in local parks, along the beaches in Bembridge, or even your home to catch the last of the glorious autumnal glow in the later afternoons. You may want to gather everyone together for your photoshoot and grab yourselves an early Christmas present before the seasonal chaos begins.