Adrienne Photography's Doorstep Photography Project

After a successful fundraising campaign for Winchester Hospice on, I decided to continue my Doorstep Photography project and offer more families the opportunity of having lovely snapshots on their doorstep and a little beyond.

If you'd like to head over and have a glimpse at what it's been like so far and have an idea of what to expect you can follow this link:

The story behind it:

I decided to join fellow photographers in capturing this moment in time by doing Doorstep Photography Diaries. These photographic portraits of families are going to be done under strict distancing rules with a long lens.

So I am offering mini Doorstep Photoshoots to anyone who would like to get involved and pay £65 for the shoot and all digital files.

As a wedding and family photographer I always wanted to be around people and for me this project brings joy and gives me purpose by giving back to those that helped us at some point in our lives.

Your 15 minute session can be for families small or large, with pets, parents-to-be, new parents with newborns, or elderly grandparents. You can even book a doorstep photoshoot on behalf of someone else. You can also bring out any projects you have been working on while in lockdown. Some people have bunting around the entrance as an idea, or the NHS rainbow in the window. Nothing mandatory.  

Once the photos are ready, I will direct you to the online gallery where you can download all high resolution images taken from your session.

I am covering: Winchester and all surrounding villages, Southampton, Eastleigh, Chandlers Ford, Romsey and beyond. Even if you are outside of these areas, please feel free to contact me and I will try to make it happen.

If you are interested and would like to get involved please make a £65 payment here: PayPal. This will confirm your booking. Then please email me with your address to [email protected] I will then arrange a day and time with you as soon as I can and plan my route to visit households in your area on the same day if possible.

Please feel free to share this link: with neighbours and friends in your area if you feel they would be interested.

Isolation has caused us so many mixed feelings and emotions, but has definitely brought us together. We are all going to talk about it in the years to come and more so, by showing the next generations pictures of what it was like to live isolated at home for many weeks.

Thank you for your support!


By Adrienne at 14 May 2020, 16:56 PM

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