A family photo sitting in their own backyard, interacting, having fun, natural as. I hope when they get to look back on these images, they will smile at the memories.
Here are some of my faves. Just click on a photo to see the larger picture.
Very excited to be photographing a wedding at the Agrodome in October. I went and met up with the Bride to Be, Amy, and the Agrodome Weddings organiser, Dale.
The Agrodome can cater up to 350 guests, and offers stunning views at the ceremony location. It can even offer 'Glamping' accommodation for guests. Dale took us for an explore around the farmland so we could check out some photo spots. Even if you are not getting married at the Agrodome, the farm is available to hire as a photography location.
It's well worth it. There are too many great photo spots to show, but here are few of my faves: Just click on a photo to see the full view and comments.
If your interested in having your wedding ceremony at the Agrodome, or using it as your photo location, here is the contact details:
Dale McCourt Ph 07 357 1050 ext 713
Agrodome, Western Rd, Ngongotaha,Rotorua
Yay it seems to work on my blog. So who wants to do a "Save the Date" session with one of these to email / post to guests? :D
Completely gushy over this newly 2 year old lad. Not only does he have that awesome red curly hair, he is very clever. He talks really well. I was able to have conversations with him throughout the shoot and it made him very easy to direct.
For this family photo shoot I used the willow tree out front to peg up a backdrop for an outside shoot. Problem was the wind kept grabbing hold of it and the backdrop started to look more like a hot air balloon. But my awesome little model made this photo shoot very easy. Here are some of my favourite pics.