Ickle Pixels

Ickle Pixels Families

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How it works

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This one is all about having a laugh. “Say cheese!” just doesn’t cut it with toddlers and older kids, so they’ll only give you a genuine smile if they’re having fun. And that includes the adults, too. A favourite toy, blanket or teddy can often help.

A bit of a chat and introductions before the session starts can help break the ice a bit and get the kids used to me, as well as the camera equipment. If they are happy with everything then things will flow more smoothly.

Plain clothes are best for everyone, especially with family group shots. You don’t want too many logos and patterns fighting and clashing for attention.

The session should be relaxed and enjoyable, so if you have any questions or concerns just get in touch.



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If you’re looking at this information you’ve either looked round the site and decided this could be something for you, or you’re looking at prices first, as you already have an idea what your budget is. Either way, I can assure you I won’t be the cheapest you’ll find, but I doubt I’ll be the most expensive either. What I can also assure you is that you will be investing in bespoke artwork, prepared using the finest materials. All prints are made using professional grade archival paper and inks for superior colour, detail and quality.

Package price: £300

This includes my time on the day, travel*, post-production, one 10x8 print, one 7x5 print and up to 5 images prepared as low-res files for you to upload to social network sites or email to relatives.

If you wish to purchase further prints, example prices are:

7x5          £20
10x8        £30
12x8        £30
12x10      £35
15x10      £40

Other sizes are available if you wish to go larger. Images can also be prepared as a canvas or perspex print in various sizes.

*Depending on location (within 25 miles of NE London. Other locations subject to a supplement). Congestion charge NOT included within London locations, where applicable.




'I don't care how poor a man is; if he has family, he's rich.'
- Dan Wilcox and Thad Mumford, "Identity Crisis," M*A*S*H