Renée

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We are always so touched to hear from our customers after their photoshoot, especially when they tell us how the experience made them feel, both on the day and afterwards.  Renée sums it up beautifully with just a few words conveying so much about what her photoshoot and images mean to her:

“Aby, thank you to you and Keith for yesterday . . . it was the most extraordinary day!  I felt so comfortable being me, it felt like I had been taken out of the norm for a few hours.

These photos and the whole experience have had a huge impact on me and my self-confidence. I’ve found my mojo again!” – Renée

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Donna

There’s no need for me to add anything here – Donna says it all herself, and just check out those photos!  Boudoir beautiful and pinup cuteness, all in one day!

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Aby Mason

Personal stylist

Moving Pictures Photography

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Your Photoshoot Checklist!

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When you book a shoot with us here at Moving Pictures, we know the next questions are going to be “what shall I bring?” and “what do I need to do to get ready?”…and then “HELP!”

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Pinup Perfection – Hayley

Hayley was very inspired for her Vintage Pinup photoshoot by the legendary 1950’s artist Gil Elvgren – take a look at www.elvgrenpinup.com and see if you can spot where Hayley got some of her great ideas from!

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Aby Mason

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Moving Pictures Photography

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Remembering Marilyn

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It’s 53 years ago today since the untimely death of Marilyn Monroe.  Born in 1926, she became a photographic model in the 1940’s before finding fame as a Hollywood film star into the 1950’s.  Marilyn’s presence as a true icon of her age survives in her many films and images.

She is often a great inspiration to our customers, from her hair and make-up to her style which ranges from 40’s Hollywood Glamour to 50’s pinup cuteness.

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