Each double page spread has accompanying quotations.The book is unique to the current market in that all the photographs are our own, as are all the words, we wanted to produce something that we feel is down to earth and real, the photos werent set up in any way, they were taken just as the babies were, not made to look like anything other than a baby. Our words are all original, and are there to bring out the thoughts that just may have been in the babies heads were they able to form words Words and thoughts that parents can identify with.
Babies being Babies is the culmination of hundreds of hours of time, patience, and fun on both sides of the camera Trading as Dream Catcher Photography, specialising in portraiture, nurseries and weddings, all our Home Studio Experience photoshoots are carried out in the client's own homes which result in far more natural photos as the children are relaxed and at ease. John has a natural rapport with the children and genuinely enjoys interacting with them, his best shots are accompanied by raspberry blowing, rolling about on the floor and generally having a great time, hence we have many fantastic recommendations.
Having been involved with raising money for Little Havens Childrens Hospice for some time, we felt that this was an ideal opportunity to further support the charity, therefore 1.00 from the sale of each book will be donated to Little Havens Childrens Hospice.
It is great to have the support of both Tamzin Outhwaite and her agents who were happy for Tamzin to go ahead and endorse the book with her foreword.
|ORDER AND FULFILMENT VIA||Dream Publications|
|AUTHORS||John and Helen Milton, photographer and authors|
|FOREWORD BY||Tamzin Outhwaite|
|SUPPORTING||Little Havens Childrenrsquos Hospice|
|BOOK LAUNCH||Queenrsquos Theatre, Hornchurch,Tuesday 13th October 2009|
|AVAILABLE||From our website www.babyb.co.uk all available outlets are listed online|
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