Posts tagged ‘Luminance’

September 22, 2010

My Little Button Baby Plan

The Little Button Baby Plan is a combination of 5 portrait sessions that take place in your little one’s first year.

I photograph baby at each precious stage and provide you with a complimentary 5″x7″ print (valued at $46 each, or $230 all together). Additional framed or canvas prints will be available for purchase.

Your investment for this service is $900 – a saving of 10% on separately booked sessions.

Of this, 50% is payable at the newborn session and the remaining 50% is payable at the 6 month session. At the end of the 12 months you’ll have the option to purchase a beautiful, handcrafted album that contains a selection of portraits showcasing your baby’s first year – the ultimate baby album!

The Sessions

NEWBORN – Best before baby is 2 weeks old so I can capture his/her curly, sleepy, newness.

3 MONTHS – Full of smiles and wonder.

6 MONTHS – Sitting and super smiley! – One of my favorite ages.

9 MONTHS – Crawling and discovering a whole new world.

12 MONTHS – Standing, walking, giggling explorers.

This package is wonderful value and an unparalleled way to document your precious bub’s start to life.

Call to book on 021 490 202

N.B. Travel to some areas will incur additional charges.

September 21, 2010

Just something to brighten your day

Here’s a little something pretty to look at to counter the dulling effect of this stormy weather we’re having. This sweet gerbera was one of a bunch that was sent to me by one of my lovely sisters – love you!Yellow Gerbera

September 21, 2010

Our first promo video re-jigged

We had to make some alterations to our first ever YouTube video. See the new version here:

September 15, 2010

A couple of commercial pieces

I knuckled down to some commercial work today and came away with some images that say all that they need to.

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September 14, 2010

Where does photography end and digital art begin?

The EPSON / NZIPP Iris Professional Photography Awards have ended for another year. You can see the results and winning entries here:

I confess to being somewhat perturbed upon browsing the winning images. It seems to me that there is less and less photography involved, and more and more manipulation and invention. Some are almost unrecognisable as photographs, appearing more like drawings or digital art.

So, where is the line drawn between photography (now highly digitised) and digital art? Might photographers using more traditional methods be more and more marginalised as we resist the tide that throws photographers ever farther out into the a sea swept along by software, by actions and digital brushes. How much time should a photographer be spending at the computer?

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