Kirsty Larmour is a British lifestyle photographer based in India. She suffers from extreme wanderlust and is often found documenting the way kids see the world. She is known for taking photos of her daughters as they adventure through life (and temples, souks and rice paddies or over sand dunes) on their crazy travels. Her approach to photography is to capture real life, in all it’s wonderful, messy, colourful glory, with a little sparkle on top fuelled by her obsession with pretty light. She has spent more than a decade capturing truthful, imperfect, life filled moments for families and commercial clients internationally and is the author of “Photography on the Fly” a guide to being intuitive in photography and life. She has been an educator for Nikon Middle East and mentors photographers across the world to nurture their own truths in the photographs they capture.
See the World with Kids
Seeing the world with kids: Wherever we travel, down the street, or across the world, we want to capture the adventures we have - this class will guide you to capturing those times uniquely, creatively, and so that they stay in your memory banks. Participants will learn to move past the typical view, to lean into their parenthood, and to see the details in the world around us. Creative techniques will also be discussed. Kirsty has globe trotted with her family from toddlers to teens, and is a National Geographic contributor who frequently shares the motherhood view of her travels, which makes her ideal to share her ideas for capturing all your adventures near and far.
Image Critique Panelist
Kirsty will be co-hosting an image critique panel with a group of photographers who will be critiquing participant images submitted to Call Me Artist.