As you know, we often publish our photos on social media: Instagram and Facebook. One of the comments we receive most often is the following sentence: ‘It makes sense to get married again just to get those pictures! ;)’ We’re very pleased to hear that our photos have such a positive impact on our clients. What you need to know, though, is that there are many other ways to meet our lenses’ eye. One of them is a portrait or a lifestyle photo shoot.


This family session was Peter’s 40th birthday present from Joanna. They are both passionate about photography. And we’d had the chance to meet Joanna, the author of  a blog called My Point of View, at our workshop. It really is motivating when you get commissioned by other photographers.
We arranged to meet Joanna and Peter for a family session at Plakatówka Café in Wilanow, Warsaw, where we managed to catch gorgeous light. The moment the youngest member of the crew started frolicking, we went to Joanna and Peter’s place for a series of portraits.

This time we used a mix of Leica M9 and Fuji XT2 and Mamiya Leaf back with a 55mm lens.The lighting we used to shoot the portraits was a portable Hensel with Elinchrome modifier – Rotalux deep octa 100cm.

If you liked the session and you want us to spend a day with you and your family, drop us a line!
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