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Your mood affects your photos. I know it can feel like a lot to prepare for a shoot, but it’s important to have fun so your family do too. A more relaxed you means a more relaxed family and gives you the best photos.

1. Choose Happy

Here are the things I hear my clients worrying about the most: their home being perfect and clean, wanting ironed clothing or new outfits, and/or stressing about their kids misbehaving. I’m just going to say right now that I have kids, so I get that life happens. I’m more than happy to go with the flow so you can too. And y’know what? Sometimes trying to be too perfect means no-one is relaxed. To help you feel ready, if we’re working together I’ll send you one of my free guides.

2. Don't Stress

To capture memories that give you and your family all the feelings, think about the things your family loves to do together. Your special things – making a sandcastle, splashing in the water, having a picnic, baking some cookies, kicking a footy... the things that make you, you, and make you smile. It’s usually these images – the times when you forget I’m there – that warm your heart and make you smile.

3. Be you

It's time to tell your story.

What they say...

Heidi is amazing. I didn’t think she was able to get any pictures with my toddler being a toddler but she went above and beyond. I now have these beautiful photos to look back on forever.
- Lauren S
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