National Family Portrait Month session at Shorncliffe
I was thrilled during National Family Portrait Month when I saw Danielle’s request come in for a session. This was the second time her and her family were coming back to us for National Family Portrait Month. I had done a session for them a few years ago, again for National Family Portrait Month, and this time we were able to make sure that her husband Nathan could come along to the session, with their two boys Luke and Oliver.
We did the session down at Shorncliffe Beach, which is super special for Danielle and Nathan as that is where they had their wedding portraits taken many years before. I know one of their favourite images was the one out on the jetty. This is where I know a lot of brides and grooms go and get their portraits done. We hung out in the trees with the boys and got some beautiful portraits of them. It was a morning session down there at the beach.
You can see that the morning sessions are a little different to the afternoon sessions. The lighting is different down on the beach and we have got some stunning shots that I love. My favourite spot is there under the trees, especially in the morning. We did up a lovely little wall art for Danielle and her family in a framed print.
For those who do not know, National Family Portrait Month is a charity that BAC Photography are super proud to support. This will be the 5th year in a row we are participating in National Family Portrait Month. The way it works is that all those that sign up for a session pay a $51 donation which goes straight to a charity. Last year the charity chosen was Beyond Blue, this year the chosen charity is Make A Wish Foundation. The donation gives you a session, a small print, and the chance to update your family portraits.
National Family Portrait Month is on again now. It would be lovely to see some people coming back again. We have had people back two and three times now, so if you are interested pop over and check out the link https://www.familyportraitmonth.com.au/