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Your family photography session should capture the unique relationships within your family and create images you can treasure for generations to come. Despite your best intentions and desire for the most gorgeous family portraits, things don’t always go to plan! Our precious little ones may not love having their photo taken or smile on cue. Attention spans may be short and siblings may decide the day of the photo shoot to settle their sibling rivalry. Not to mention posing can strike fear in most adults resulting in those awkward family photos we love to share on social media! But with a little planning, we can design a family photography session that showcases your family’s personality bringing out the best in everybody. Your family is unique, so your session should be too. The best way to capture the essence of your family is in a natural environment where you feel comfortable and can have fun. Create some amazing images and celebrate your amazing family with these 33 creative ideas to make your photography session a fun one. Capture Personality in your Family Photography Session You can capture the unique personality of your family with these simple ideas: 1. Pick clothing to match your personality For some families that will mean...

   Here they are! 10 of the most frequently asked questions about wedding photography 1. How much do you charge for wedding photography? My photography packages start at $2590 and video at $2090. I have a number of different packages available. If you would like a copy of our beautiful flip book detailing all we offer, simply fill in the brochure request from to the right and we will have it to you ASAP 2. How many pictures will I get? Tricky to answer, because in truth; there is not definite number. The amount of photos taken at a wedding can vary enormously depending on many factors. Anything for 400 to 800 which is vague right? Well factors that can affect your wedding photo number include, how long we have for your formal photos, how many locations we have time for, number of guest at the wedding, number of members in the bridal party. Are you have a civil ceremony or a church wedding? There are some factors you cannot control, such as delays in traffic (yes it happens), rain, church delays etc. However there are things that you can do to help ensure you get as many photos as possible. Most importantly have a plan. Make...

Here is my ‘Bridal Preparation Guide’ for your wedding day to help you be prepared and have a stress free, enjoyable morning. There are always lots going on the morning of your wedding day.  Once your makeup & hair team arrives, it’s fair to say that the rest of the day goes by so quickly. So here is my Bridal Preparation Guide suggestions for the big day....

Your wedding photography timeline Here are my top tips to help you tackle your wedding photography day timeline! First and foremost, Plan for the LIGHT. I work with all my couples to make sure that we aren't doing the location/bridal party photos at the height of the day {when the sun is the harshest} and that we have plenty of time for gorgeous sunset photographs. Check sunset time for your wedding day! You need to ensure you have lots of available light to produce beautiful images. Once the sun goes down you have about 5-10 minutes left of available light. Mind you the ten minutes surrounding sunset time is what we photographers call the golden hour, its divine light....