Its been 30 years in the making, Liverpool Football Club are finally back on their perch after being crowned Champions of England 2019/20!
After what may have seemed an eternity as well as a global pandemic thrown in the mix of it all, nothing was stopping the Reds from claiming what was rightfully theirs.
Now what should have been a time of celebrations and the streets of the city full watching the club parade their silverware, has unfortunately had to be put on hold due to COVID-19 social distancing rules.
But this is history and it doesn’t mean there isn’t alternative ways to celebrate! Courtesy of The RED Archive, families across Merseyside will be captured all around the region celebrating on their very own doorsteps.
The team are offering the opportunity of LFC Portraits to people, so decorate your house, throw on your LFC kits and take part in a series of fan portraits celebrating the biggest ‘Home’ win ever and be a part of ‘LFC History’.
Sessions can be booked via www.theredarchivedoorstepshoots.as.me with different areas on certain days each week. Doorstep shoots are short and a maximum of 15 minutes, social distance rules apply.
The shoot is Pay As You Feel (PAYF) and there is a suggested value of £45. You are welcome to pay less or more. Any donation given will help to fund The RED Archive and their projects.
You will be able to view your photographs via an online gallery a few days later. Within the gallery you will receive three edited, high-resolution images to download and there will also be an opportunity to purchase prints.
This project is about celebrating the city’s wonderful LFC family! When you book a session, you will be asked for your permission for The RED Archive to use your images on their social media, in exhibitions, in publications, and any project related printed and online publicity. The RED Archive will only use first names to accompany the images and all personal information will not be shared.
We may not all be together at Anfield, but from homes across the city we’ll be celebrating as one!
For further information visit www.theredarchive.org/lfc-doorstep-portraits