Michael Snedic and I teamed up to offer a one off portrait workshop in the Mt Cootha Botanic gardens. Jess was our willing portrait model as Michael and I took the participants through the camera techniques applicable to shooting portraits in various different scenarios.
I grabbed some images along the way of the participants and Jess as well as a couple of behind the scenes shots from the day.
If you are interested in a portrait workshop we run them for individuals or groups. See all the details on our workshops page.
We often get asked to cover a birthday party for the family, friends and guests. Sometimes we are asked to keep the images private and we are certainly able to do that. We can even create private web albums for people with access only to view.
Weddings are such personal events. No two weddings are ever the same and why we find it really difficult to offer a “standard” price. Ben and Jo’s wedding came with some special differences. As they already had kids, they were included in the ceremony, there was a truck and a beach and cowboy hats!
Here are some of the pics. We had a lot of fun shooting this one.
Georgia came to use to shoot a specific cosplay, Anarchy Panty, from the Japanese Anime Panty & Stocking. We backed this up woith some fashion and portrait shots as well as a fun bikini shoot at the seaside. The sun played nicely allowing us to get some awesome sunset shots near these old bridge pilings.
The team at Dreamcoat photographed our wedding from start to finish and were professional and punctual for the entire event. They were extremely helpful throughout the whole process and were there for us to answer any questions we had. We had a great time working with the team and would highly recommend them to all our friends and family.