COTSWOLDS BABY PHOTOGRAPHY
BY JOANNA OSBORNE BASED IN MALMESBURY WILTSHIRE
BABY - NEWBORN - CHILDREN - FAMILY- MATERNITY
COTSWOLDS - CIRENCESTER - STROUD - TETBURY - SWINDON - CHELTENHAM - WILTSHIRE - GLOUCESTERSHIRE - OXFORD - BATH - BRISTOL - OXFORDSHIRE
COTSWOLD CHRISTENING PHOTOGRAPHER
SPECIALISING IN CHRISTENING PHOTOGRAPHY IN THE COTSWOLDS
COTSWOLDS CHRISTENING PHOTOGRAPHER
BASED IN MALMESBURY COVERING CHRISTENING PHOTOGRAPHY
IN THE COTSWOLDS, WILTSHIRE AND GLOUCESTERSHIRE
Your babies christening is one of their most special events in their life. What a beautiful way to welcome you baby into the world surrounded by loving friends and family. I would love to help capture those treasured memories for you as your Cotswolds Christening photographer.
As your Cotswolds Christening photographer I will arrive at the location early and capture the main family members and friends before the service starts. I would recommend getting there an hour early to do these. I will take photos during the service and more after making sure we haven’t missed anyone. Afterwards I can come back and take photos of your christening party before leaving you all in peace to enjoy the rest of your day.
If you would like me to be your Cotswold Christening photographer please contact me to discuss. I would like to view the church before hand seeing where the best available light is and discuss with the Vicar what he is happy for me to take photographs of or not and when and when not. It is much nicer if I can have a discussion with the vicar before hand so that everyone feels respected. Sometime if the Vicar is really nice he hints at me during the service of when he is going to do something so I can take a photo.
By booking you are agreeing to the terms and conditions. If you have any questions please ask.
My website and social media accounts are kept up to date with recent images. Please let me know when making your booking if you do not want your images used on my website or social media.
Also check out my blog where I keep it updated with the finals of each session. It is a great way see see the variety of images we get though.