Engagement Photo Shoot

Unless you’ve been a professional model you’re probably like most people who at times can feel a little awkward in front of a camera. On your wedding day you’re going to want the best set of Photographs you’ve ever had to keep as a record of your Wedding Day, therefore an engagement session is a great opportunity to spend some time getting comfortable with your photographer, learning what angles work best for you both whilst enjoying some quality time together creating a beautiful set of images that can be used on invitations, guest books and wall art for around the house.

Some couples like to go to the place they are getting married for their engagement shoot, that way on the day we have an excellent idea of the spots we want to photograph as well as the time it’s going to take to get to each location, ensuring the big day runs as smoothly as possible.

The collection of images below is from a recent engagement session I did at Lavender Bay in Sydney.

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Corporate Head Shots

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In a fast moving business environment, clients will form an impression of your company within seconds of visiting your website, social media pages, blogs or even employees personal linkedin accounts, therefore a professional head shot is more valuable than ever.

Quality photographs can increase sales and the perception of you and your business, but it has also been shown that low quality images can have the reverse effect, damaging the customers opinion of your business.

People do business with organisations and individuals they trust. Quality images show your strength and can help break down barriers.

Lee and Becky – Darkes Forest Horse Ranch

Below are some photos I took of newly engaged couple Lee & Becky. We had a nice early start at the Darkes Forest Horse ranch which is 1 hour south of Sydney. The plan was to beat the Saturday morning crowds of like minded lovers of horses. Darkes Forest is a lovely location for Photography with the session being made even more fun with the addition of Becky’s horse Brandy, she was such a well behaved horse and didn’t complain once. Thanks to Becky I even got a quick ride of Brandy myself at the end of the morning.

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