At the end of last year I met a lovely lady, who was travelling home to Tasmania to visit her family and introduce them to her new daughter. Selina requested a photoshoot with her mother, and grandmother to commemorate the occasion.
It was lovely to photograph four generations of women and one little gorgeous baby. Here is a small selections of images we took during our mini session.
Ok, so I am shamelessly promoting my own home here as well as sharing my try at real estate photography.
I borrowed my friend’s Tokina 11-16mm lens to give me a wide angle, although I feel going too wide angle on real estate photography can also be misleading, as it makes rooms appear much bigger than they are, and when going to view the house, it can be disappointing to find it a lot smaller than it appears.
So I have mixed feelings about this, I LOVE our house in Evandale, but with three males in the house an extra toilet and bedroom would be handy, so we are seeing what happens. Trying to keep the house tidy during school holidays is not the easiest so if someone wanted to buy our house soon, that would be great!!
Last winter we installed a ducted heat transfer system which draws hot air from the roof or the warmest room in the house, it was an amazing noticeable change as soon as it was installed, in the bedrooms, and cleaner air going through the house is also a benefit.
We pulled wall panelling off the lounge wall and repainted, and it looks so much better.
I love the built in bookshelf and fold out desk in our sunroom.
This room gets morning and afternoon sun in summer, and all through winter it is full of sun, my favourite room in the house.
Our sweet country kitchen, heaps of cupboards and a pantry.
Not all of the images taken were used on the ad, but I thought I would have a go!
My friends daughter is leaving primary school this year and I thought it would be nice to get her on her own and take some images at her favourite place, the horse riding school.
Off we went exploring, it was really windy and the clouds were looming but we went anyway, and I am stoked at the images we got, what a fantastic location.