Sunshine Coast Engagement Photography

Sunshine Coast Engagement Photography

My engagement sessions are super relaxed. Just think of it like we’re hanging out somewhere awesome, and I just happen to have a camera. Nearly everyone I meet are a little shy in front of a camera in some shape or form, but a combination of my experience & calm nature finds a way to come up with some glorious magic.

My sessions involve a one-hour location shoot, location of your choice, whether it be an afternoon session down the beach, the many rustic farms & country settings throughout the hinterland, or majestic mountains or a glorious morning in the many lush rain forest around the Sunshine Coast. If you need a little help, I can always recommend some special spots.

Booking

Booking in an engagement session is the perfect way to get to know your photographer, & I always recommend it. We get to meet, hang out in a casual setting, and have a little fun. Bring your dog, your kids, your dog’s kids, whatever is you— bring it along. It’s a great way to tell your story. That way, on the morning of your wedding day you know exactly who to expect to see and know that you get along great. Not to mention you also get a bunch of sweet images to celebrate your engagement, share around and even use for your save the date cards.

After- Shoot Process

At the end of the process you’ll receive a cute online gallery of all your images. I select a good bunch to edit up in my sexy style, both in colour + black & white, high resolution & web format for Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and whatever you cool kids are up to. I also put together a great little blog, which is perfect for sharing with friends & family. Trust me, you won’t be embarrassed to share my Sunshine Coast Engagement Photography session. Head over to my blog for a little more inspiration. If you’d like to learn a little more about me or get in touch, pop over to my contact page.

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