This portrait session of the extended Chapman family, included 13 people, and is one of the larger groups that we have photographed. The families, all local to Nillumbik, gathered in Eltham park. The thoughtful coordination of clothing in blue, black and white, looks great and is flexible enough for each family member to express their own style. Our online gallery with capacity for multiple log-ins and ordering,… View Article
It’s been a busy few months for Kelly Anthony Photography, and we’re pleased to share our latest session with the Testa family who joined us in a local park in Eltham, Melbourne. We scheduled the shoot in the early evening to maximise the golden light which filtered through the trees, and to fit around dinner time for… View Article
It’s always a privilege to photograph families when they get together for special events. One of our latest family portrait shoots was with this fun family, some of whom travelled from interstate for a holiday in Melbourne. With the weather getting warmer, now is the perfect time to organise your family portrait session. Get in… View Article
Our latest family portrait photography session based in Templestowe. We had the pleasure of photographing this extended family with, grandparents, parents and grandchildren at a park in Templestowe. Now that spring is in full swing, we’re getting better weather for outdoor portrait sessions, so why not contact us to organise your session today!
Our latest family portrait session was taken at Blackburn Lake. Autumn is a great time of year for portraits as the leaves are beginning to turn and the rain has begun to turn the grass green again. This shoot was a gift from the members of the Burt family to their Mother to celebrate a… View Article
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… View Article