A beautiful Spring Blossom photoshoot (40 minutes) including your choice of 10 beautifully edited photographs. You will receive the high-resolution digital files and 10 stunning fine art prints.
Suitable for child, family, maternity, branding, extended families. Headshots.
- Date and location to be confirmed with you based on the changeable dates for the blossom bloom.
blossom photography photoshoot
I am a Bristol family photographer and so excited to offer one of a kind cherry blossom photoshoots each spring. This web page provides you all the information you need about my photoshoots for families in and around Bristol.
The best time to capture a portrait under the blossom tree
Blossom trees are everywhere in Bristol and everyone enjoys the splashes of colour throughout the city. I have visited many places to find the best locations for blossom photoshoots.
When is the cherry blossom in full bloom?
Cherry blossom starts to appear on trees in early April and reaches it peak at the end of the month. All trees are different, cherry trees blossom before apple trees. The blossom on Magnolia lasts just 2 weeks so timing is crucial.
You can book your very own photoshoot with Lisa Victoria Photography please get in touch.
How do I book a blossom Photoshoot?
I take a select number of bookings every year so if you are keen let me know straight away so I can add you to my list. I also release special days where I offer 3o minute slots throughout the day called mini sessions. The best way to find out these dates is to join my mailing list, facebook page or message me.
What colour clothing is best to wear for a cherry blossom Photoshoot?
I really recommend taking the time to plan your families clothing for a blossom photography session, to get the best images for your family.
For a cherry blossom session you can choose to either wear subtle colours or striking, contrasting colours. You will probably know already if you are a person who loves strong bold colours or subtle accents. Also take a look at my examples in this Blog to help you.
My category of subtle colours includes most pastel shades but in particular, creams, pinks and blues.
Strong bold colours include deep pinks, rich purples or Yellow (The complimentary colour of purple).
Little accents of colour can also be added with hairbands, hats and accessories.