Monday, 31 August 2009

Elope to Caloundra

Deb & Paul ran away from Tassie to get married on the Sunshine Coast. Shelly Beach to be precise. Now they have to go home and tell friends and family what they got up to on their 'holiday'.

It was a lovely, relaxed afternoon with the bubbly Karen Faa doing the ceremony and just four of Deb and Paul's friends in attendance.

[All the best for the future guys and thanks for inviting me to be one of the very few to witness your special day.]

Friday, 21 August 2009

My baby girl - Style Photography

Studio photography is not my specialty. I'm much more at home with natural light. But lately I've been trying to broaden my repertoire and Rebekah had a few ideas she wanted to try out so we had a fun evening setting up the lights and experimenting. This is one of the many images we came away with from the night. I've been playing with it in photoshop and was kinda happy with the result so thought I'd share it. What do you think?

Monday, 10 August 2009

Re Coil - Art Exhibition

You have until Sunday August 16 to pop into the Caloundra Regional Art Gallery to see the fascinating and diverse Re Coil exhibition from the Northern Territory. If you get the chance, it's worth the look.

Monday, 3 August 2009

Something a little more traditional - Sunshine Coast Family Portraits

It's getting harder and harder to get all the family together these days so when an occasion like Mum's 60th Birthday brings everyone together it's time to book a photographer, which is exactly what Jenny's family did. Mum, Dad, five offspring, two partners and two Grandchildren all came together to update the family portrait collection.

On a side note, this was booked for two days after I fell off my bike. Bekky shot for me as I couldn't hold a camera. Not her usual free style as she was following my directions and I was hovering over her shoulder the whole time, which must have frustrated her no end but she did a brilliant job.

Sunday, 2 August 2009

Bekky's stuff - Brisbane Fashion Photographer

My fabulous daughter Rebekah has been branching out with her own style of photography since she moved to Brisbane. She has an edgy, arty, unique vision which I love and envy! Her post-processing has a bit of a retro feel to it. She breaks all the rules and makes it work. I'm so proud of her.

You know she's dedicated when she gets up before dawn for a fashion shoot at Point Cartwright. Anyone that knows Bekky will know that you don't even bother to try and get in touch with her before midday on the weekends because sleeping in is compulsory for her.

If you want something a little edgy, stylish and different, Bekky's the photographer for you.