Event Photography: Communion Celebration

Over the weekend, I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to be official photographer for a Communion Celebration event for two boys who are brothers. I worked 7 hours non stop from the ceremony at a local Catholic church to a colourful lunch reception afterwards at an event hall.

If you ever need a quote for a Kids Event, please email kimbasphotography@gmail.com with details of your event and your requirements as well as how many hours of my photography services you would require and I will make sure I respond within 24 hours!

Book an Outdoor Photo Shoot Session Now!

Autumn is the perfect time to do outdoor photo shoot sessions, in my opinion. The sun is not too bright, so the lighting conditions are perfect. The weather is nice and cool, so you can dress your kids up in cute little coats and not worry about melting in the sun whilst you’re out posing for photos with your family. There’s also more lush green in the park, not the dry, dying plants we see during summer.

Before it gets too cold to bear, book your next outdoor photo shoot session now! Email kimbasphotography@gmail.com or message me on Facebook or call 0422 284 993 to book it in! Outdoor photo shoot sessions are applicable for the Standard and Ultimate Photo Shoot Packages, please see my Price List Page for full Terms and Conditions.

Studio, Clouds, Donkey, Monkey.

 Okay so this is not the best facial expression my little boy has shown the world, but he is my little cheeky monkey riding his donkey so I love it, haha. 

 In fact, the only time I seem to be able to get him to pose for me is when he is sitting on the rocking donkey. For some reason, donkey makes him really happy…

Oh and the guitar….

We’ve had a couple of days off just staying at home and being sick (we’re all good now) – I spent the first two days just feeling sorry for myself and letting Micah watch far too much TV….. but by the 3rd day I had a bit of energy so I worked on my new studio! Hubby of course built me my tall backdrop frame for Mother’s Day, which I then used to partition our dining area and create my own little “studio corner”. It works really well! Directly facing a window too so great lighting for portrait shots.

 Then I decided to get a Clouds wallpaper to cover up the ugly wall next to my backdrop, make my studio feel a little bit cosier – and again, it works really well! I did not do the best job at putting up the wallpaper, unfortunately it has lines so probably not going to use it as a backdrop much, but with the right positioning and perhaps some blurring it may be doable….