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Maternity – Quentin and Taryn with their dogs

Taryn Quentin, Baby Bump, Walkhaven, Maternity, Johannesburg Photographer, Natural, Dog, Outdoor, Photo

On Saturday afternoon I met Taryn, Quentin, Ninja and Champ at Walkhaven dog park. I had never been there before but this amazing couple wanted their whole family captured (including their two beautiful black pugs – Champ and Ninja).Whenever people want to bring their dogs on shoots I get very excited as it adds an energy to photos. Walkhaven is a lovely little area with two dams and open grasslands to walk around. I always love going to new places – It gets the creative juices flowing. This couple/ parents to be were so relaxed – I loved working with them, nothing phased them they were so content in themselves and...

Family – Zoo Lake Adventure

Very early (7am) on Thursday morning I met the Louren’s family at Zoo Lake in Parktown. Even though it was incredibly early everybody was full of excitement and this made for fun morning. This beautiful family of 3 had flown out from Boston (USA) for a family wedding. While they were out in South Africa they wanted photographs to capture their special family. The little girl, Katherine is  very inquisitive 1 year old – she was full of energy and wanted to explore every aspect of Zoo Lake. She is a beautiful little girl and is bound to be a heart breaker when shes older with those breath taking blue eyes.We had a...

Family Shoot – Guilherme Family

Thandi won my competition that I held a few months back when I launched my new website. She has the most beautiful little 2 year old boy called Rogan (he is definitely going to be a heart breaker when he is older) and she used the shoot to capture her very special family. They wanted to do the family shoot in Autumn when the trees are full of bright warm colours – so we headed off to Delta Park in Parkhurst where there was a gorgeous big tree filled with red leaves. This shoot was great fun – throwing leaves and running around 🙂  I love how the photographs came out –...