Tag Archives: large family photography

the accidental autumn {williamstown extended family photography)

Just a little heads up… I’m about to talk about the weather. “When is the best time to book an autumn session?” is a question that makes me nervous. It’s trickier than it sounds, and the answer is not “autumn”. Firstly it’s Melbourne, our seasons are suggestions.  Kind of like a movie that is based […]

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the best of twenty fifteen {melbourne geelong family photographer}

werribee geelong melbourne newborn photography

So last year I said I would do a best of 2015 post BEFORE February. Well, about that… here it is. Say nothing. Unless you’re leaving love, then you can say a lot. I had so many favourite sessions last year, and so many favourite images from each one, that it was reeeeaaally hard to […]

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for pop {doncaster extended family photos}

Family photographer in Melbourne Doncaster

These guys put months of work into nailing down a day they could all be together for this shoot, just for their great pop. Within seconds of meeting him I could see the reason for all the effort. Charistmatic, a gentleman, a dapper dresser, good looking (you can’t deny it)… and very, very loved.

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one+one=fourteen {templestowe extended family photographer}

Extended Family Photos in Templestowe

This is a long post for me, but it’s worth the read I promise. Please, stay with it, its a good story. Extended family sessions, what with them requiring the presence of lots of peoples, always present a logistical challenge in nailing down a date and time. This fabulously fun family, who booked a session […]

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seven {williamstown family photography}

Extended Family Portrait Session in Williamstown

Seven cousins doing a good deed for Grandma. There was much giggling and personality at this extended family photo session in Williamstown just before Christmas. I can’t say enough good things about it, it was one of THE most fun sessions I’ve ever had, and these guys were so utterly easy and brilliant to work […]

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