The best decision I ever made business wise was the decision to be myself creatively. Shoot how I like, what I like and edit how I like. Basically please myself and make images I love. I make the last question I ask myself in any creative conundrum “do I like it?” The reason why it’s […]
You may ask: what do us wedding worker bees get up to in the off-season? Well in this particular case we gather in the woods, armed with our respective tools of trade and create a taste of styled something we called “rustic luxe”. In this instance the “we” I refer to is 17 of the […]
Oh what a treat to be heading up to London town for this fabulous session! No grass, no trees, no sand, no sea for this country-based photographer on this Tuesday afternoon. Bricks, windows, bikes, roads, buses, steel, doorways and pavements are this day’s urban backdrop and cloudy Shoreditch delivered textures in buckets. All the more […]
Two things about taking pictures of your own children in the snow… 1. The reality is on average 95% less fun than the pictures make it look. Because you know… Snow’s cold and kids moan. 2. Small children can’t even really walk in snow! So keeping three of them upright is basically a two-handed job […]
“A babe in the house is a well-spring of pleasure, a messenger of peace and love, a resting place for innocence on earth, a link between angels and men.” Martin Farquhar Tupper If you would like to find out more about my newborn portraiture all over Essex and Suffolk visit my website!
Well this is it… I am calling Farlie Photography‘s wedding season 2018… OPEN! And I’m opening it with this delightful duo; Becky and Nick. In typical teacher style they’re not in the slightest bit too proud to laugh full belly, open mouthed laughs at themselves so they make for perfectly relaxed models. Then when we […]
I mentioned before we went to Brighton for the weekend. It was great. We ate, we ran, we drank and then this is us Sunday morning. Bleary eyed and heading for brunch (potentially the brunch of my life at The New Club if you’re wondering), freezing to my finger bones, marvelling at how slow time […]