Do you do photoshop?

July 25, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

wright36a2bwright36a2bphoto: drewmcwilliams.com I have met very few adults who actually look forward to being photographed.

"I need to lose a few pounds"
“I don’t photograph well.”
“I need a hair cut.”
“I need to get rid of the bags under my eyes.”
"I don't have anything to wear."
"Take the kids but leave me out of it."
"No one wants to see me in photographs."

"Do you do Photoshop?"

There will always be a reason for not having your photograph made today, this week, or even this month; always something you want to change about yourself; always something that has to be done first. But you know what?

There's only one now!

morton4bbmorton4bbphoto: drewmcwilliams.com Why is it that so many of us don’t like having our photos taken?

There is research to show that as we are used to seeing ourselves in a mirror, if we were shown two
images of ourselves – a normal and mirrored view - the majority of people would prefer the mirrored 
version whilst our friends would choose the normal view – we like what is familiar to us.
 (Source: Esteemed Visions)

Family portraits have a habit of maturing and become priceless over time. The family photograph that few had much enthusiasm for at the time becomes a priceless family heirloom. Believe me, even YOU will look back at images and say, "You know, I looked pretty good!"

mornin3bmornin3bphoto: drewmcwilliams.com

Speaking from experience, there comes a time in your life  when you want to see your mothers and fathers in photographs - evidence that they were once young, loving, dynamic parents.

Photographs sit alongside spoken memories and yarns to re-tell the story of your family.

mcm56bbmcm56bbphoto: drewmcwilliams.com

There will always be a reason for not having your photograph made today or even this week; always something you want to change about yourself; always something that has to be done first. But you know what?

There's only one now. Get in the photo!

What's your excuse?

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Professional family and children's portrait photography in Northern Ireland. Drew is a qualified Associate member of both the 'Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers' and the 'National Photographic Society'. He is qualified to Licentiate level with the 'Professional Photographers Association of Northern Ireland' and is a Master Photographer of the 'National Photographic Society'.

 

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