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Cake Smash and 1st birthday bubbles

As a Geelong baby photographer, I enjoy capturing the wonderment in a child’s expression as they experience new things.  In this cake smash and birthday session with Helayna, we did bubbles, balloons, toys and a cake smash at the end to capture her one year milestone.  It was so much fun to see all of her curious and happy expressions. Helayna’s first birthday was memorised with a quick pre-cake portrait
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Geelong Product Photography – Clothing

Every now and then we are asked to photograph products that make us ask “why hasn’t someone thought of this before now”?  And so it was when Christine DeGraaf asked us to shoot her new range of Adaptive Clothing for her company G.O. Clothing.  This highly functional range allows aged care patients, people with temporary or permanent disabilities or those rehabilitating from an injury to dress easily
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Geelong Commercial Photography – Pomegranate Still Life

I have been wanting to photograph pomegranates for a while – I love the rich red and I knew I wanted to shoot them on some natural native stringy bark that we collected a while ago.  However, when they are available at my local greengrocer they are usually $4.50 each or more and I’m not too keen on spending that much on something that will be wasted.  So when my sister told me she had access to a tree, I
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Emma O’Shea – Silver Brumby 2015

If you are familiar with Elyne Mitchell’s stories of the Silver Brumby, you will know that the brumbies father was a handsome chestnut named Yarraman.  According to the stories he was the greatest stallion of the Highland Plains and king of the Cascade Brumbies.  So it is only fitting that another handsome chestnut – Hilite Dad’s Acres – should bring Emma O’Shea to her second Challenge t
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A Time For Remembering – the Man from Snowy River Museum

One of the many highlights of the Man from Snowy River Bush Festival is the Jack Riley Remembrance Service.  It is one of the first events of the Festival and is held at the Man from Snowy River Museum.  Museum volunteers and students tell the story of Father Hartigan’s trip in to the mountains to see Jack Riley when he was ill, and also tells of Jack’s last trip down the mountain and his death in Carters
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Bronson Macklinshaw – Man from Snowy River 2015

I was chatting with another photographer on Saturday morning.  He had his list of riders out and had put an asterisk beside those he was watching.  I told him that my money was on either Bronson Macklinshaw or David Mitchell.  Neither rider had rated on this other fellows sheet and he told me I was only a wedding photographer and had no idea.   I wish I had put $50.00 on it because in the final wash up both Bronson a
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