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Fantasy Composite Photography

With Halloween and Bonfire night over with and Winter fast approaching its time to start thinking about the winter fairies at Tiny Stars Photography.

Creating Fairy Images

These beautiful images are created through a combination of photography and Photoshop work. Numerous images are composited to complete a final piece with many magical elements. Winter provides a perfect backdrop to incorporate snowflakes, sparkles and icicles into portraits.

Staying Warm

Although the Winter fairies look realistic sat in their snowy winter wonderland, clients are actually super comfortable in the warmth of the studio. 

Telling a story

Prior to each session I plan each image to ensure I get the shots I need to create the final piece. This often means we tell a story in the studio and the children act out a story for me. Sometimes they use props, sometimes its all make believe. Either way its always fun and children have no problem using their imagination. This is why I call this ‘Fantasy Photography’.

Displaying Your Images

Fantasy portraits are perfect for creating unique family Christmas cards. My family have these and they are the only cards which are kept and come out year after year. I can provide web sized images for you to share on your social media channels or hi-resolution digitals with print release for you to print and share with family and friends. My recommendation is always to print and display these proudly on the walls in your home. I can help with wall displays and deciding on what would work in your home. For more information on packages and wall displays have a look here https://tinystarsphotography.co.uk/pricing/

You can view examples of this work on the main website at https://tinystarsphotography.co.uk/fantasy-photography/

I also have a dedicated Instagram feed for my fantasy photographs. If you are interested please follow me at https://www.instagram.com/tiny_stars_photography_fantasy/

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