So, as some of our cyber-stalkers know, we freelance for various photographic agencies to compliment our Snapdragon work. Which means we have many, for lack of a better word, “bosses”. Richard is one such boss. So, knowing how fun he can be, and how gorgeous his wife is, I decided to give them a gift voucher for some preggie-pics, as a Christmas present and a thank-you for all the work he sends us (I know I know,… Continue reading
Another beautifully organised event by EfferVesceENTS, who commissioned me through Zoom Photography. So nicely set up for photos, great lighting and a good backdrop for the speakers. And lots of high-profile folk like John McCarthy, Brand Pretorius and Brian Joffe. While I was busy with decor-shots, Brand Pretorius actually found me, shook my hand and said something along the lines of ‘Lovely to meet you, I’m sure you’ll do a superb job for us tonight’. It’s… Continue reading
Such a festive wedding! And in a refreshingly unusual venue. A week before the wedding, when I went to scout ahead for photo-locations and discovered that they were still busy building, I was more than a little worried! But they pulled it off beautifully. My favourite area was an abandoned, dilapidated church just outside the venue. I do so hope they won’t renovate! This was also one of the most inspiring ceremonies I’ve attended to date; I’d recommend Pindiwe’s minister… Continue reading
Rela and Greg wanted an urban-themed engagement shoot to strongly contrast their bush wedding. What an absolutely wicked location! One of our all time favourite places for a portrait shoot. Rela and Greg really had fun, and it was a great way for them to practice for their wedding photos, and get to know their photographers before the big weekend-away-wedding. By Leanne and Sean Williams.
Very early one winter’s morning, this couple braved the freezing cold with us to chase this awesome light. My favourites are the saturated shots in the cactus garden. Afterwards we crowded into the coffee shop at the gardens to discuss their wedding over a very welcome cup of hot chocolate. By Sean and Leanne Williams.