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Photography and Me

A journey of self-discovery, creativity and education

2018 has been such a wonderful and remarkable year for me. Since the official launch of Zoe Childs Photography back in September, I have had so many gorgeous babies, children and families come to visit the studio. From capturing some beautiful baby bumps, followed by those special newborn moments, to capturing the joy of some bubbly 1 year olds celebrating their birthday with a Cake Smash and Splash or a Milk Bath with gorgeous florals, its been a jam packed few months! I have also met some wonderful families out on location as well, helping to capture some precious family moments that will be remembered forever.


There were far too many images I wanted to share, so I made a little slideshow of just some of the clients and their families I have had the pleasure of meeting.


If you are expecting a baby in 2019 or are thinking about celebrating your little one's 1st birthday or even thinking about updating your family portraits, I'd love to hear from you! You can find out a little bit more about me here, find out more information about the different sessions I offer or pop me a note here.


So, without further ado, grab a tissue or two...

I give you the clients of 2018 and wish everyone a very Happy, Healthy and Memorable 2019.


Zoe xxx



Hello all! First of all, apologies for not blowing anything at all since our September launch. I will make it my focus to ensure you get to read all my ramblings and exciting studio ventures in the coming months!


So... I have had a few people message me who have booked a Christmas Mini Session, asking me what is the best clothing to wear. So I've produced this....


But for those who find this writing a tad small (I have the same issue too...) I will also post the tips below.


What to wear:


-For me, its all about the neutrals colours as they compliment each other so nicely.


-Denim, whites, greys and beiges are great! (and maybe some dusty pink or light gold!)


-These will look timeless and classic and will never date the look of your precious photos.


-For children, anything sparkly that is of a neutral colour will also add to the festive feel of the photographs!


Alternative clothing ideas:


-As this year’s Christmas scene is a rustic snowy one, complete with sleigh and snow, you may want to bring coats, hats, gloves etc and put the children in them for the sleigh shots. This can also work well for the Christmas snow globe capture.


-Alternatively, you can always bring a set of festive pj’s which will look equally fun! Remember to keep the colours neutral if you can.


Dos and Don'ts


-Very dark colours will dominate the image so try to resist wear ing all black (however much you might want to!)


- Denim is great but avoid navy as it doesn’t photograph well


-Avoid patterns, and logo’s, they may seem cool at the time but will look dated very quickly.


I really hope this is of some use to you and I know I've said it A LOT in the last few weeks, but I'm so excited to meet you all and capture your children's laughter, happiness and fun during the session.


See you very soon!


Zoe xxx



Welcome to my first blog on this, the launch day of Zoe Childs Photography! As it is very late at night and my brain is scrambled after a week with the lovely darlings at home, I will endeavour to write a more meaningful blog in the next couple of weeks when normality resumes!


In the meantime, welcome! Please feel free to have a look around the site and look through my ever-growing portfolio which I am so proud of! If you wanted to find out more about the sessions I can offer, then please don't hesitate to drop me a message or phone for a chat.


Until we meet next time at a more reasonable hour,


Zoe xxx

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