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A Day in Life

Family portrait photography

Additionally to my wedding photography, I often shoot family photography sessions. I like to call them “Day in the Life” shoots, as they aren’t really portrait sessions.

I prefer to shoot these sessions as an observer, much like I shoot my wedding photography.  In most cases, I spend a morning, or afternoon – sometimes the whole day, simply watching and shooting.

My clients love the fact that they get honest, authentic memories of these very special times.

Whilst a lot of my clients for the family photography shoots are past wedding clients, I also shoot the day in the life projects for older couples and families with older children too.

As a new dad myself, I know how important it is to capture those really fleeting times that make us smile, laugh and, sometimes perhaps, even cry.

Simple things like washing up, having breakfast, playing in the living room.  Moments that we often take for granted but in the blink of an eye are just memories.

I’ve even been commissioned to photograph the Caesarian Birth of my wife Dora and I would love to shoot more family and social documentaries like the ones you see below.

 

 

 

Documentary family photography is just that. Telling the story of your family, beautifully, honestly and authentically. It's not a studio portrait session, or a lifestyle shoot. It's just beautiful photography of you, a Day in your life, without any direction from me.

I think these kind of pictures really get to the heart of who a family are. They show the fun and laughter, as well as tantrums and tears. Life in a busy family passes so quickly, everyone changes all the time. Having these kind of memories saved forever in a set of photographs is incredibly valuable.

CAPTURING THE FUN AND VARIETY OF FAMILY LIFE

The gallery above and below will show you some of the different types of family pictures that I take on my photo shoots – big families with multiple generations, small families, formal shots, informal shots, etc

As a new dad myself, I know how important it is to capture those really fleeting times that make us smile, laugh and, sometimes perhaps, even cry.

Simple things like washing up, having breakfast, playing in the living room.  Moments that we often take for granted but in the blink of an eye are just  memories.

I’ve even been commissioned to photograph the Caesarian Birth of my wife Dora and I would love to shoot more family and social documentaries like the ones you see.

 

Please email us at info@panayischrysovergis.com , use the contact form on the website or call us on 02073487297.