An awful lot of shoots recently, seem to involve children. Now with a few of my own, I like to think that this is a minor detail to my approach, but the reality is some what different. The terms and conditions are massively different: Lighting has to be wide and non specific, and it is pointless either having too many expectations or expecting the session to last more than a few minutes. The picture seen here is one of twelve shoot in a few minutes in a small room in a hospital. Keeping Mum relaxed and child in position was the only consideration, along with my ability to squash myself up against wall for the widest point of view.

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