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Lifestyle, bump, newborn & family photoshoots.

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in Lifestyle Photography, Motherhood - My Journey

A Family Lifestyle Photoshoot

Those of you that know me, will know that I bloody love photography, in fact, I’m probably a little bit obsessed! I like to take photographs and I like to capture moments. Especially significant moments.

Photography was one of the most important things about our wedding day (we had an engagement session too), we documented our honeymoon, we had a wonderful newborn session (minutes after I gave birth) and I photograph our beautiful daughter every day. In fact my hubby often roles his eyes when I get the camera out or snap another shot on my phone.

So it only seemed right that we’d document our little family, in our home, so that one day we’d look back on it with our children and show them what life was like. Continue reading

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in Lifestyle, Lifestyle Photography

Photoshoot with Lucy Ridges

Well this post is long overdue! Last year I had the pleasure of meeting Lucy Ridges, a wonderfully talented photographic artist.

I was looking for a photographer to work with on my blog title photoshoot and ‘About page’ photos. As soon as I saw Lucy’s work, I loved her originality and artistic approach – I knew it’d be ideal for HollyGoesLightly. I wanted something a bit different with an artistic and sophisticated feel and if you take a look at her website, you can see the array of amazing work she’s done.Continue reading

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in Lifestyle Photography

PicsArt App – photo editing

If you’re anything like me, you love using your phone’s camera and have every photo-editing app under the sun! Love a good filter! One I discovered a little while back, which I think is pretty awesome, is PicsArt.

It has the usual filters, colours and editing tools, but you can also add awesome things like light spots, blurs and textured effects, as well as text. You can also add cool masks, borders and frames. So at a few touches of the buttons and a couple of minutes editing, you can have some really great photos as a result!Continue reading

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