Last month I held another Saturday mini session day, here is a gorgeous brother and sister I got to photograph. Mini sessions are much shorter than regular sessions, 15 minutes in duration, I had lots of fun but I am thinking I may need to extend the time as 15 minutes just isn’t enough!
William and Summer were gorgeous and hopefully had fun, and mum even jumped in for a couple of photos.
My last wedding for the season was a wet one. From the moment I arrived at my friend Eileen’s house, it rained, but the rain didn’t dampen the mood.
The wedding ceremony was located in the City Park in Launceston, with the reception following at the Evandale Memorial Hall. Eileen beautifully themed and decorated her wedding, and everything looked fantastic. Luckily the City Park has the rotunda which we all fit in for the ceremony, we then moved on to Evandale for some photos of the bridal party and bride and groom.
It was a lovely day, thank you for asking me to be a part of your day!
On the first day of Autumn this year, I had the privilege of shooting the wedding of some friends of mine, Matt & Esther. I have known Matt my whole life, our parents used to be neighbours before Matt was even born.
Matt & Esther had an evening wedding at the beautiful Cataract Gorge in Launceston, with a reception to follow at the Gorge Restaurant. There is something really special about photographing a wedding full of your friends.
Here is just a small selection from their day.
Have you ever gone to your iPhone to find 50 strange selfies or random photos your toddler has taken when you weren’t looking?
I have! So I was wondering what to do with them the other day. Delete them all? Some of them were kind of cute. So instead I created an instagram profile from the view point of my toddler.
Don’t worry, my toddler does not upload to instagram himself – he is no where near 13!
Check out @heafygram for a bit of a laugh.