On-Location Portrait Photography Tag

Meet Ethan everyone (via this little vintage retouch/feature). It was Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park portraits time. This is the second time I have photographed this little man, the fourth time I have photographed his brother (Lachlan) and the sixth time I have photographed their Mum & Dad, Peter & Amy. And that is super-bloody-cool, I love it. I mean. You spend...

Having captured¬†Brett, Bri & Eddy in Brooklyn late April this is how ‘The Completed Portrait’ has ended up this week – as 40+ professionally retouched portrait photographs showcased in one of our custom designed albums (printed for us in Japan). As a people person, portraiture specialist and (Sydney based) North Shore portrait photographer check out the examples of our classic and candid style below as we have showcased the entire 30-page design. #stoked #lovethefinishedproduct

The Completed Portrait

Product: our “Designer Album” style
Product Specs: 7″x7″ size. Hard cover. Matt prints. 30-pages. Opaque cover sleeve. Three copies.
Design Brief: “Old School” ie: going back to our 90’s heritage by subtly adding film grain, borders, lighting flare points, cross-processing colour , film light leaks and some of those good ole inevitable negative scratches.

Here is a quick 15-20 image showcase of a series of shoots we have just wrapped up over the last 12-months. Meet Magnus. Photographed a one-month old, six-months old and one-year. Captured at the family home, Brooklyn and Fagan Park. Some 300 or so portrait and family images all capturing the first year of Gus in the world. Officially the package...

The brief was candid (“us hanging out”), the subject was family (“mainly bub”), the location was Brooklyn (“somewhere outdoors and natural”), #tickticktick. Here is a quick vintage retouch/feature showcasing Bri & Brett hanging out with their the new/first born, 4-month old Eddy.

We have just kicked off another “Our Baby’s First Year” portrait package on Wednesday afternoon with Ethan (pictured). Here is a quick sample of Ethan’s first shoot, an hour or so on the banks of the Hawkesbury River (package details have been listed below).