It’s always satisfying to see the expressions of delight from an appreciative client…
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This is what my client said after she displayed her family portrait...
“Finally got it framed and it looks stunning!”
Family albums are treasured heirlooms.
A sunny day at the beach with a cool summer breeze was the opportune time for a photo shoot. The sound of the gentle waves rolling onto the sand gave a serene experience for the family and allowed to recapture the moment on camera.
Again we had an opportunity to photograph these wonderful teenagers for foundation 21. They are a great group of ambassadors for this organisation. We had such a great time!
Siblings enjoying a Vintage Kids photography session…
The loving bond between grandparents and grandchildren…priceless.
Brotherly Love in Port Adelaide
It’s a delight to photograph youngsters who express themselves freely…
My photography career has been a rewarding journey and
Face Photography has achieved a business milestone-1000 clients!
Madison Homes was our 1000th client and we enjoyed a morning tea together to mark the occasion.
Who can refuse good coffee and good cake?
I look forward to celebrating with my 2000th client!
We often get this question when people ring us. Our answer is that we have a studio for passport photos, individual business portraits, maternity and baby sessions and evidence photography for personal injuries. For group/family shoots, we recommend outdoor locations or using another indoor setting, even the clients’ homes.
Face Photography receives this question frequently and contrary to popular belief, a bright, sunny part of the day is a nightmare for a photographer! It’s always better to shoot in overcast, low-light parts of the day. After sunrise and just before sunset, depending on the season, is an ideal time to get some great photos. We often find that the photos convey a certain mood during these times of the day. Anytime is winter is perfect too as the lighting is generally soft. If it’s necessary to photograph during peak sunlight, then it’s important to find a shady area such as under a tree.