YOUR MOMENTS MATTER AND DESERVE TO BE TOLD
Are you ready to tell your story?
AIDA LLANOS PHOTOGRAPHY
Family, children, newborn and couples photographer based in London
Custom Photography Sessions where we decide together every aspect of the photo shoot and talk about your expectations for the session
art of your family
Transform your house into your home with your own stunning artwork -from Fine Art Framed Portraits to Heriloom Albums
Your wonderful family’s story deserves to be told. Create and capture memories for your family and for the generations to come
deserves to be told.”
I am Aída Llanos, a family photographer based in London. Communication has been my passion since I was a child. That's why I truly believe that photography is really powerful way to communicate and to tell your story. Phography is not only the taking of pictures. Photography is about building a bond, creating a connection and capturing memories. Your memories. Above all, I want your children to look at their images in 20 years time and still be able to feel how much they were loved. This is your time. Let's tell your story.
KIDS GROW SO FAST
Do you ever get that feeling that time flies? One day you are changing a nappy and the next one your child is taking the eleven plus exams! Your children are never going to be this young. That’s is why it is so important to capture memories before it’s too late. Family pictures are the most precious keepshake. Certainly, there is something special about sitting down with your child to see an album from when they were little… Some might think that it is only about the time spent together while looking at it but it is also about time travelling. A photograph has the powerful ability to transport you to another moment, to immerse yourself in that reality and to awaken feelings. And that is exactly what memories are. A collection of photos is not only a way to tell your story but also an invaluable part of you family history. Your moments matter.
“People are taking more pictures now than ever before, billions of them, but there are no slides, no prints. Just data. Electronic dust. Years from now when they dig us up there won’t be any pictures to find, no record of who we were or how we lived.”