I’m a firm believer that, if you have good light to play with, your photos will always be interesting. On Sunday, we got lucky. For Brooke, her family and I, it seemed that Spring had painted Bacton Woods with a warm orange hue for us. The low light was utterly stunning as it broke through and created all of these deep tones, bouncing off the bracken and the tree tops. I was totally in my element here. We let their curious daughter Aria explore the woodlands around us, whilst her Ma & Pa had some much desired snaps of the two of them. It was something they hadn’t really done since their wedding day a few years ago now. Every now and then, Aria came back to us with a new find. When she felt up for it, we got her involved in some family pictures too. She was such a gorgeous girl and she totally stole my heart!
I completely adored editing this beautiful family / couple session. Hence why I’m so excited to share it with you all. I wonder if you’ll feel the warmth of that sun as you scroll on through. Enjoy.
P.s. you may know Brooke as a very talented MUA! And if you don’t yet, you should!