Category Archives: Gloucestershire Portrait Photography

Modern Family Portrait Photography, Gloucestershire

I’ve known sisters Samantha and Clare for years – our Mums are friends and we grew up living next door to each other.  When Sam invited me to photograph her young family in Gloucestershire I was delighted.  I moved away from Gloucestershire years ago, hadn’t seen the girls in a long time, we’d each got on…

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Gloucestershire Family Portrait Photography in Cirencester

I say this about pretty much every family shoot I do but ‘family’ is so important.  It’s where people find unconditional love, family are your support network when times are tough, the people so very excited and eager to celebrate with you during the good times… just think…so many memories created with your family over the…

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Family Photography in Gloucestershire

This was a very special family photo shoot for Mick and his lovely family, photographed in Cirencester whilst they were on holiday there is summer.  Time with family is precious for most people but with his daughters living in Edinburgh and Florida and the rest of his family based in Shanghai, their limited time together is especially valuable.  I…

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Modern Family Portraits, Gloucestershire

Sharon and Nathan’s shoot was an exciting one to be part of, it was a surprise you see… Sharon booked a portrait shoot for herself and her teenage son, the results of which were to be a Christmas gift for Nathan’s father.  It seemed like a great idea to me, it’s such a thoughtful and personal gift, I’m…

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Teenage Portrait Photography, Gloucestershire

The Teenage Years;  they are tough going.  I’d not want to go back to that time in my life that’s for sure.  So much change going on physically, emotionally and socially, it can be a quite a fragile time for many.  It can also be a really important time for teens to take a look at…

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  • James BaileyJanuary 5, 2012 - 12:06 pm

    Excellent work Kristy – what lens did you use for them?ReplyCancel

    • KristyJanuary 5, 2012 - 1:01 pm

      Thanks James! Its probably the pics with the 50mm 1.4 you are referring to but I also used the 24-70mm 2.8ReplyCancel

  • Amanda CarolineJanuary 5, 2012 - 2:37 pm

    Lovely work Kristy. She looks quiet shy about having her photo taken in some but in others you’ve drawn out her youthful vibrance beautifully. I love the jumping one and the close up black and white crop. Some nice colours too.ReplyCancel

  • Anurag SharmaJanuary 5, 2012 - 5:07 pm

    Really lovely work Kristy. That first shot. Like it very much. Natasha & family must be thrilled.ReplyCancel

  • ed peersJanuary 11, 2012 - 1:11 am

    Super work Kristy… Have the best 2012!ReplyCancel

  • Rhys WheatleyApril 1, 2012 - 5:30 pm

    Really nice complete set of images, really love the expression on the last shot!ReplyCancel