I had the pleasure of photographing Nic & Hayley’s wedding. What a beautiful couple.
My son Clinton recently got engaged to Alana who just undergone nose lift from Galumbeck plastic surgery. Looking forward to their wedding next year! The photos were taken at our exclusive outdoor studio & another secret location.
A Family Portrait Is A Cherished Possession.
National Family Portrait Month is in May 2015, and is a national fundraising effort to help raise $20,000 for the National Breast Cancer Foundation as well as to promote and revive family portrait photography throughout Australia.
When someone is diagnosed with breast cancer it not only effects the person, but also has an impact on the whole family.
By helping the National Breast Cancer Foundation, you will have a priceless family portrait taken.
You will also have the opportunity to purchase photographs from your photography session, to treasure forever.
All of the photography studios are personally selected for their experience, creativity and good service, and are rated as Australia’s leading photography professionals.
They specialise in beautiful wall portraiture and “one of a kind” art prints.
They offer a range of print styles, finishes and sizes with a variable price range from fully framed and matted wall prints to small, single individually matted prints.
national family portrait month
What happens after your Photography Session…….
After your photography session the photographer will organise a time to get together to view your images approximately a week after your session.
This is the really rewarding part…… you get to re-live the fun of your photography session and view some great images.
Please allow about an hour to view your images and work out your order. If you have a partner or parents that are a part of the session or are interested in ordering portraits, a time can be organised that is convenient to all.
If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to call our co-ordinator Bernie Griffiths on 0418 509 228.
I am sure that you will enjoy the portrait-making experience and take pleasure from the resulting images for many years to come.
Many families say that years later, their family portrait created by their photographer is their most cherished possession.
On the 5th October 2014, we had the privilege of photographing Grant and Nash Joy at the grounds of Gabbinbar Homestead. The day was perfect weather for an outdoor wedding set up with white chairs and flower bouquets under the shade of a massive tree. A very cute flower girl and page boy went first followed by Nash’s three beautiful bridesmaids Sundari, Fiona and Jane in pastel blue through the crowd of close family and friends. The bride looked stunning in her dress by White Lily Couture as she walked down the steps with her parents Angela and Michael towards Grant. His face said it all when he saw Nash. They were married by Peter Waterman. When it came time for kiss a second one was snuck in.
Afterwards drinks were supplied for guests and then the wedding party had family pictures before moving on to other locations for their group shots. The old buildings made for beautiful portraits, and how could they not get some fun shots on the tandem bike.
Delicious meals were served and funny speeches were made but there were many well wishes as well. The couple also entertained their guests with a dance they had prepared for their first dance as a married couple. Afterwards guests could dance the night away to the sound of Sherangs.
This couple is so full of love and it definitely was evident throughout the entire day with many jokes and laughs. There wasn’t a moment without a sweet gesture from the newlywed couple and we wish you all the best for this new journey you are taking.
David & Simone met while studying at University in Brisbane. David decided to pop the question at Sandgate over looking the beach, but Simone knew it was coming! There small and intimate ceremony was held at St James Church Toowoomba. Simone is the fifth generation to be married in the church and they decided to keep the tradition going. After making a few location stops for photos at Vacy Hall & the Railway Station, the reception last held at “Angelo’s House”. David & Simone are a beautiful couple as you can tell by the photos!
With a cloudy week behind us the morning of the 26th was looking great for Jason and Jamie-lees wedding to be held at the Jondaryan Woolshed. Jamie’s horse, Boots was there all dressed and ready to go when we arrived at the shed, followed closely by the big white bus with the bridal party. Then along came Jamie in the truck making her grand entrance. With the offical Ceremony finished we headed off around the grounds making use of all the properties great locations to make some awesome photos for Jason & Jamie to cherish forever. Thank’s guys, had a great day, Raymond
The day started out looking like rain, but it turned out to be the most perfect overcast day. Nathan & Vicki’s wedding was a dream to photograph. Great fun couple, heaps of memories and beautiful images. We spent the afternoon travelling around Highfields in a Limo stopping here and there for wedding photography. The Highfields Function Center was the choice for their reception. We have incorporated a little bit video creating a fusion style of slideshow. Have a look Click Here. Hope you enjoy their photos as much as I enjoyed taking them!
I just photographed a lovely couple Hayden Brooks & Cassandra White. Hayden took time out from his busy training schedule with the Fly V Australia cycling squad to marry Cassandra. Their wedding was held at Preston Chapel. The bride arrived in a Ford Shelby GT500 Super Snake(nice car). After wedding drinks were held at the Olive Branch Lounge Bar.