A few weeks ago I was given the opportunity to have a photo shoot with a wonderful new photographer, Adam Marc Williams. His website is here. I decided to invite my mum along with me because not only are we really close, but I thought it'd be so special to share a day together having our pictures taken. With me having little brothers and being away at university, I very rarely get to have time alone with my mum, and felt that a couture photography experience would be something we'd both remember forever. We are so pleased with the final results!
I do have a great giveaway for you, but I'm going to tell you about my experience and show you some pictures before I do! Adam's studio is in a great up-and-coming part of town, in a converted mill. We arrived, spoke through our outfits, had our hair and make-up done and then proceeded to have various shots taken in various poses. I know both me and my mum were a bit worried about looking wooden or feeling uncomfortable in front of the lens, but Adam was so great. He gave us lots of direction and really helped us ease into the photographs. As you can see from the top picture (which is my favourite), he really managed to capture the essence of our relationship and create some really beautiful pictures that we can keep forever.
He totally puts you at ease and helps bring out the best of your features in his beautiful photographs.
Adam has kindly offered to give me the opportunity to give one of my readers a free photoshoot (with hair and make-up styling) and a ten image digital folio, usually worth £595!
You don't have to bring your mum, you could bring anyone along - your partner, your dad, your friend, anyone. The entry form is via rafflecopter, the only mandatory options being that you must be a blog reader and you need to leave your email address. I'm so excited to share such a great experience with my readers, and having tried it myself I know how much fun you will have!
The giveaway will run from one month, ending on the 22nd of June, at 12:00 am. Adam's studio is based in Manchester and so applicants would need to be able to get to Manchester.