We’re pleased to share this beautiful portrait photography session, which was held at Westerfolds Park, along the Yarra River in Templestowe, known for it’s wide open parkland and the occasional mob of kangaroos. It reminds us a little of Cornwall Park in Aukland, a pocket of rural peacefulness complete with rolling hills and sheep, tucked away in the the middle of a bustling city.
It certainly made for a great location for photography, as we began the shoot chatting and kicking around the footy with the boys who were full of energy and smiles. Adding a game, sport, or favourite toy into a session can help kids feel much relaxed and forget about the camera! We also brought along a big bunch of red balloons which provided laughs and entertainment, as there were a few escapees as these got swept around in the wind.
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We love seeing families grow together over the years and being entrusted with capturing special memories. We first photographed the Elith family when Chase was around one year of age! So it was special to be able to photograph him as a proud big brother with little Lucas. For this winter portrait photography session, Alex and Monica and the boys rugged up and headed out to a local park for the session. The colorful leaves on the ground proved too hard to resist for Chase who had lots of fun playing and tossing them into the air. The trees in Wingrove Park in Eltham made a pretty backdrop to the latter part of the shoot.
We love summer days. It’s the perfect time to head outdoors and enjoy the sunshine. Below are some photos from a fun family portrait session with the Taylors, out in Ruffy Lake Park in Templestowe.
We’ve just moved to Eltham, located in the North East of Melbourne. We are loving exploring this beautiful area and testing out the cafes one by one. We love that there are so many trees and birds. Here’s a picture from a recent weekend meander down by the Yarra River in Warrandyte. What a peaceful spot.