Re-think the family portrait. What is the "In to the Wilderness" photography experience?

“In to the Wilderness” is a photography experience designed for families who love to be outdoors. Nature play is good for the soul and not just for children, adults benefit too. Nature has an amazing positive effect on our health and wellbeing and I am on a mission to get more families outside, getting them back to nature and capturing simple honest family memories by creating a space for families to relax, play and enjoy quality family time.

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Re-think the family portrait. 5 facts about documentary photography

Documentary photography captures the whole story. Family life encompasses happy moments and not so happy moments. I am here to capture it all. Smiley, happy, joyful faces and frustrated, sad and moody faces. Children fall down, parent’s get frustrated, children have tantrums and parents get tired. These moments are real and honest. These moments tell our true imperfect family story. This is real life. We live it everyday. Let’s accept our normal everyday life and honour it. Re-think the family portrait and treasure and cherish our everyday moments. You will want this for your family. Trust me.

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Claire Bishop
Re-wild your child: 5 reasons to embrace an outdoor nature photo session

I am passionate about getting families outside and enjoying being at one with nature. I know the benefits it has for us all and I know how much the children and adults all love it. If you would like authentic natural and beautiful photos of your family then join me for a nature photography walk with your family and lets have some fun and let me capture those gorgeous memories for you to display in your home.

Here’s 5 reasons why your family will love it.

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Claire Bishop
Re-wild your child. 5 simple ways to connect with nature.

We’re just back from camping in Cornwall and our 5 days of family time amongst nature has just reinforced my belief that a wild childhood is simply the best for children. To have the opportunity to play spontaneously, to discover new things and to enjoy the peace amongst nature I believe helps develop a strong connection and appreciation to oneself and the world that we live in.

Here’s 5 simple ways that you can get outdoors, connect with nature and re-wild your child.

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Claire Bishop
Go Outside & Play: 5 Ways to Help Children Connect With Nature

How often do you explore the woods or go bug-hunting with your children? There is a large amount of evidence to prove that spending time in nature has a positive effect on our wellbeing, but how can we educate our children to ensure that they grow up and enjoy spending time in nature when they have been born into a largely digital world?

So how can we help our kids reconnect with nature? Here are five simple and effective activities.

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Mental Health Benefits of Photography

Photography allows you to take time out and can be used as alternative therapy to help overcome anxiety and depression. Invest a little time in yourself.

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Family Photos in the Countryside: Let's Explore

Let’s explore the countryside! Family photos filled with moments of freedom, joy and laughter — get in touch to explore and capture memories.

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