At Venture we recognize that your family may be just the two of you and we know that you will have many special moments to celebrate and stories to tell. We all have our own passions, interests and experiences which help to define who we are as individuals and as a couple so our photographers are highly skilled in making sure that your unique story is told through each and every photograph we take.
Think about the things you do together which give you that strong bond, your interests, your passions and what gives you your individual character. Your photographer will talk you through your session before you visit the studio and make suggestions of how we can help you create your unique story telling images. Bring along some props which represent your character and passions ….may be you like gardening, hill walking, visiting theatre…all these things define who you are and help our photographers create images as individual as you are.
Following your photoshoot your photographer will select and prepare your images creating a personal show. Then we’ll invite you back to the comfortable cinematic surroundings of our digital theatre when you’ll be treated to a unique show that brings your story to life.
Whilst growing up I used to spend a lot of time at my Grandparents; they had a huge garden and it was all sectioned off with each area dedicated to different fruits and vegetables. There was an area for greens – lettuces, cabbages and the like, an area for root…SEE OUR STORY
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