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Natalie celebrates with her family on Graduating from RMIT
Thanks for coming into the studio for your graduation portraits it was great to meat all the family and much fun.
Natalie booked us for her graduation photography she wanted a fun and relaxed photography session in the comfort of our studio. Like many graduates she didn’t want to wait in the long queue and be herded into a production line photography process that many universities offer.
Adam, Claudia & little Lulu – A cold morning at the beach
Rye front beach can be very busy at the best of times. Throw in a chilling coastal breeze and ‘Voila’ suddenly you have the beach to yourself.
Such was the case when we photographed Adam, Claudia and Lulu on a chilling Sunday morning – and as you can see from the photos we all had fun. There were plenty of shells, and not to mention seagulls “mine..mine..mine”. Now we’ve heard of snowball fights, and perhaps little Lulu was a tad confused due to the weather, as Rod (photographer) had to dodge quite a few projectile sand balls. Ahhh – kids – wonder if Mum & Dad saw that one I threw back – snigger
A Beautiful Family – thank you for sharing in such a fantastic experience!
Congratulations Elaine on Graduating from RMIT Interior Design
Congratulations to Elaine on her Graduation from RMIT. We wish you all the best with all your future endeavours and progress into the world of Interior Design. Goodluck!
Elaine came into the studio with her family and her dog Shiro (the smallest and fluffiest member of the family) to capture some traditional and fun images that reflect such a momentous celebration.