Category Archives: children portraiture perth

Happy Birthday little Logan

First Birthday Portraiture Session for Little Logan Logan has just had his first birthday and mum had planned a photo shoot for quite a while. We arranged to meet early in the morning in some bushland which was lucky, as the day turned out to be a hot one. I brought along a little wicker…

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Outdoor Cake Smash – a whole family celebration

Outdoor Cake Smash – A Family Celebration This outdoor cake smash was always meant to be a whole family celebration of the little girl turning one. We arranged for the session to take place outdoors because the family wanted to have photographs with the dog too. Don’t they say “never work with children or animals”?…

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Sitter Session – Little Amelia

Sitter Session – Milestone Photography I photographed little Amelia as a newborn baby and remembered her gorgeous big eyes. But cuteness overload entered my studio when she came back for her sitter session. She was confidently sitting up in my little bowl, although it proved a little hard to tease some smiles out of her….

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Family Photography Session

This Family Photography Session took place near Joondalup in the golden hour before sunset. It was a bit chilly and the autumn air and colours were just gorgeous. Since the little boy was under 1, this session qualified as a Milestone Session which is a great affordable way to get photographs of your baby throughout…

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Mini Family Session near Joondalup

Milestone Session for babies under 1 year For a photographer, babies can be hard work sometimes. Early on, when they first start to smile, they almost smile at anybody’s friendly face. But then they learn to distinguish between familiar faces and strange faces. By the time they are 6 months old, they are already pretty…

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