Your family photography session is all about capturing your family in the moment. I take honest photos which highlight the love your family show each other.

Great photos can be taken in the studio where you may have a simple background and perfect lighting. This situation lets you and your family shine. Or, you may prefer more natural photos taken in a bush setting or at sunset. This is your family story, so you choose

My studio, in the Perth Hills has the perfect mix for your next family shoot. Be it in my spacious well-appointed photography studio, or outside on our beautiful 5 acre natural bush property, you are sure to find the perfect setting for your next family photo shoot.

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Family photography. Young couple with child.
Young mother kissing her daughter
Young family walking through the bush
Father with his young daughter
Family of 3 posing for camera
3 year old little girl
Family photography. Photo of adult family in the bush
Black and white photo of adult family against recycled brick wall

General tips for what to wear for your family photoshoot

Working out what to wear on your shoot can be made easy if you start with you first. Once you are happy with your outfit, start on everyone else.

Bring 2 or 3 different outfits each.

Don’t try and match your clothing. You want the colours to compliment each other, not to blend. Check colour palettes online to make sure your colours will compliment each other and not clash.

Steer away from small intricate patterns…you want you and your family to be the focus, not your clothing.

Remember to plan for the weather conditions. Use layers so you can peel off and add as needed. If you are too hot or cold you won’t be relaxed in your photos.

Don’t forget to think about your shoes. Consider also whether you will be walking around the bush for that natural setting. You don’t want to sink into the soil or scuff your lovely heels. It may be best to bring some everyday shoes to walk along the tracks, then change into your shoes.

Try your outfits on well in advance. If you are wearing a dress/skirt try sitting in front of a mirror. Is it going to make it difficult for you to sit comfortably and still be decent? If you are wearing pants/shorts, can you squat without them cutting into you? You need to be able to move around, so avoid skin tight clothing.

Don’t wear brilliant white! If you like lighter colours, try a soft cream or off-white instead.

Don’t forget accessories. Jewellery, scarves etc all help to add to the picture.