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Look, I'm gonna be real honest with you, I hadn't planned to take any photos at the shooting bays at the Palm Springs portrait conference back in September (*a shooting bay is a station set up up with a back drop and a model ready to be photographed). And I certainly didn't plan to photograph anyone without planning an actual shoot! My inner control freak rarely lets me act all sponteneous and carefree....because that means I don't know what the outcome might look like and let's be honest, THAT freaks me out! Are you nodding right now? Uhuh...you know them feels.
So you have booked your portrait session, pencilled in a trip to the hairdresser and already decided on a fresh manicure. Just one last question remains; what the heck am I going to wear?
Fear not friend, I got your back.
A few months ago I had the pleasure of meeting and photographing Cathy. A wife of 20 years, mother, auntie and sister, Cathy came to me to create a unique 20th anniversary gift for her husband, George.
Palm Springs was amazing. The portrait conference was amazing. The people were amazing. Everything was just amazing and one week there was nowhere near long enough. Read about my trip of a lifetime and see some gorgeous photos taken there.
See the highlights from Bel and Nicks' stunning Sydney wedding at the Grounds of Alexandria.
There is a bit of divide when it comes to before and after photos, and I do understand why. Some of you love them, seek them out on photographers’ websites and some of you, well, you really don’t. Soooo…I want to explain why we do them and how they can be an important way for potential clients to see just what it is we actually do.
Highlights from the beautiful Southern Highlands engagement party of Tara and Robert
The Mothers Day campaign for local label Punch Park with the beautiful Tara and Catherine
Are you always scrolling through instagram wondering why your life looks dull and boring? Well, stop that right now please. As a photographer, I got a few thoughts on that for you.