MARCIA AND SAPPHIRE | A DREAMY DAY WITH MOTHER AND DAUGTHER AT THE MANOR NATURE RESERVE | SHIANNE MERCER PHOTOGRAPHY.

Again, here I was back at The Manor Nature Reserve on the outskirts of Romford.

A location I adore so much! I actually based a project on this location when I was at University and researched about it so much! It is my favourite location for many reasons and the outcome of the photographs take here being just one of them.

That’s a thought, I will take some time out this week to dig out them old sketch books surround this project and have a little recap. I would love to blog about the location as its somewhere I work quite frequently. That’s got me excited now, cannot wait to blog about it all and share all the information I know with you guys!

I met Marcia and her daughter Sapphire over The Manor to take some lovely photographs of the two of them Marcia had been wishing for. After contacting me via my FB page we decided this would be the perfect location and of course, it was!

Sapphire was a little shy at first but soon got into the swing of things. As for Marcia, she was a complete natural around the camera. The sun was shining so bright this day which isn’t always the best thing when it comes to portraits but we worked it well and Marcia was so pleased with the outcome of her session.

Marcia chose to have a selection of the photographs printed too.

Marcia was so laid back to work with and together they was so photogenic, it was a pleasure and lots of fun!


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