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When I am designing an album together for my clients, here are 5 types of shots that I love to include. They are almost all, not the kind of shots people choose to print for the family photo wall. But they are often the ones that tell the real story of your family and are a beautiful way to remember the relaxed time you all spent together at the beach (or in your backyard) to have them done. 1. Shooting from behind Shots taken from behind you might not be the ones you want to print big on the wall, but I love them for helping to set the scene for your family session. This To View More >>
High up on a hill nestled into the north side of the Brynderwyns, Shane and Tititma have created a tropical paradise for themselves and their two children. Conscious that their tweenage kids were growing up fast and with the possibility that they may be moving sometime in the next few years, Titima wanted to capture the magic of their location, their relationship with their wonderful neighbours and the fun the kids had with the horses in the paddocks next door. I think we managed to capture all this (and more) wrapped up in a beautiful heirloom album from Queensberry that the family To View More >>
Pataua North, around 30mins east of Whangarei was the beautiful setting for this early evening family photo session. If you are a local, you will probably recognise the famous walk-bridge that connects the north and side sides of Pataua. Home to many brave swimmers who jump from the bridge amongst much laughter at high tide.Being 4yrs old is such a super cute stage in our kids' lives. I asked a few friends what they loved most when their kids turned 4yrs and I loved this response: "Your babies are turning into real little people and they are just genuinely excited at all the To View More >>
A double graduation celebration for this Whangarei family. Well, if you are the proud Mum & Dad of two Auckland Uni graduates, you plan your own party to celebrate this fantastic achievement! Kate finished her Masters in Urban Planning in 2019 but opted to delay her graduation ceremony til 2020. This was so she could graduate at the same time as brother Sean who would be completing his Doctorate in Music Education. Unfortunately like lots of events in 2020, the first nation-wide lockdown resulted in the cancellation of their graduation ceremony. It was re-scheduled to later in the year To View More >>
A blended family photoshoot with a playground finish. Let’s face it, all parents need a good bribe now and then to get the kids to take part in photo sessions. If you’ve never thought about including a playground session in your family portraits before, then here’s few examples of how we can make a session fun for everyone and get great photos for your album. Start with a taster on a few playthings I like to start with a bit of playtime on a few climbing frames. It gives the kids time to get used to having sometime taking their photo (other than Mum). It also sets the scene To View More >>