Anglesey family photographer
Hello there, thank you for visiting Gill Jones Photography. I am an Anglesey family photographer and I’d be so happy to capture some beautiful photographs of your family.
I’ve been photographing people for over ten years now, so you’re in safe hands.
I hope to answer most of your questions here. Please scroll down to see my portrait gallery and then on to information regarding pricing.
If you think we’re a fit then please contact me and we can get excited about your portrait experience.
i have a few questions for you
How would you like to be photographed?
What do you want to take away with you from the session?
Above on the left is a formal family portrait and on the right shows a family at play. Which would you rather?
You may well decide to have both and that’s all possible.
Would you like to have photographic prints to put in frames?
Or would you rather have the digital image files to share with each other on the cloud?
I offer three options and these are listed below under pricing.
Would you like to see an example of a Bumper Digital Image option?
Press HERE to see a family session taken during the summertime on Anglesey.
You should allow 90 minutes to two hours for your session.
Your session fee is £200
this covers the cost of your shoot and the work I carryout afterwards to make your images sparkle.
There are three options for you to consider; a Print Package, a Digital Package and a bumper All Digital Package.
After your shoot choose from one of the following collections:
PRINT ONLY OPTION- this includes five 10 x 8 prints of your choice from your gallery.
DIGITAL IMAGE FILE OPTION – this includes five digital image files of your choice from your gallery.
BUMPER DIGITAL FILE OPTION- this includes up to 40 digital image files from your session delivered on a USB in a format suitable for you to print from.
Please follow this link to see the PRINT PRICE INFORMATION
You can purchase more digital images if you wish and these are £30 each.
f you’ve invested in the All Digital image package why don’t you add on a photo book too? Let me take the hard work out of this for you. I know we always promise to print our images, let me design and deliver a book with all of your images displayed inside.
Tick off the guilt trip, the job you keep meaning to do and let me deliver a record of your special times.
You could even make a gift of it.
A photo book that displays 40 images is £75.00, a second copy is £50.
See the image below for an example.
PORTRAIT Photography – North Wales
A photograph in your wallet, on your mantlepiece, or tucked away somewhere safe; photographs are important to us. They remind us of happy times, wonderful people and the relationships that make our hearts burst.
I’m proud to be an Anglesey family photographer and I capture those fantastically funny, familiar faces in your life.
Let’s face it, our photograph albums are the items we’d save if our house was on fire. Photographs are passed down through generations, becoming more important as the years fly by. So let me capture some bright, fresh, spirited images of you and your family. Let’s tell your story.
There are a number of ways to go about this. You may like formal groupings of your favourite people. In contrast to this you may like some documentary style images of your family at play.
A family photo shoot can take on many guises. Tell me the essence of what you’d like to capture and then let me interpret this.
We’re not all naturals in front of a camera and you might need a little coaching. I ask for authenticity. Nothing forced, but you might have to turn the volume up slightly; if you love that family member then hug them – hug them real close.
I photograph parties, anniversaries, holidays, milestone birthdays, new family members, teeny weeny family members.
Why not gift a session with me? A gift token is a great idea for someone who is turning a mile stone age.
If you’re celebrating a significant anniversary, organise for me to be present at your party. That way all of your guests are captured and you are in shot all of the time instead of being behind the camera.
Most importantly I recommend printing your images. Don’t leave them on a hard drive – let then breath. Pass them around, frame them, prop them up, make an album, savour them, post them, gift them.