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Capturing love on camera

Why should I choose you?

My main priority is to ensure you feel relaxed throughout the entire process – end to end and including the photoshoot itself. Being a mother of two myself, I know how stressful life can get so making sure every step of the way is easy and hassle free is crucial. The nature of my photos is candid and relaxed and the process I follow to capture you and your beautiful family is the same. It’s a special moment and memory for you and not a pressured stage production.

How much do your sessions cost?

My pricing is structured to be very flexible with a number of options for you to choose from. To secure the booking and to prepare, plan and conduct the photoshoot starts with an upfront $200 session fee. Before the session you can choose from a number of photo collections – starting from $200. You have the choice to change your collection at any time before you receive your final fully edited photos. You can view the collections here.

Where do you operate your photoshoots?

I primarily conduct my photo sessions on Sydney’s beautiful Northern Beaches – at select locations and with the option of shooting in your home. Once you have secured your booking, I will send you a location guide where we can choose the location that best suits the time of day, type of shoot and weather on the shoot day.

I will travel outside of the Northern Beaches for an extra fee to cover petrol, tolls and travel duration.

How long are your photo sessions?

Sessions typically are between 45 – 60 minutes. Holding the attention of young kids is challenging but lots of fun and I always ensure I have all the shots I need to supply you with a full gallery of images to choose from and build your collection. For newborn shoots I always allow up to 90 minutes session duration as feeding, burping and sleeping will always take priority over the photoshoot.

Do you provide prints?

Prints are optional and available to purchase from your beautiful online gallery. Printed at one of Australia’s most prestigious photo labs, the quality and the range of options is incredible.

What if the weather is bad on the day of the shoot?

Cloudy weather is a photographers dream as it diffuses the light naturally and makes for very dramatic photos. Generally, it’s nothing to worry about, however if it is raining, too dangerous and very windy you have the option of changing to an indoor location at the same time or we can postpone to an agreed date in the future. I will call on the day to discuss – but fingers crossed!

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