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Pet Portraits for the whole family

Photograph the whole family with your pets included too both in our North Lakes Studio or at an outdoor location in Brisbane.

We would be lost without our family pet, so it just makes sense to get portrait of them. Either on their own or with the whole family or even just with the kids! Sadly they won’t be here forever, so it’s so important to have photos for memories in years to come.

Having had both cats and dogs in my life I am used to dealing with them both. As a child I had cats (one Siamese and one Burmese) however since meeting my husband… a dog person we have now had 5 Labradors! They make a great family pet and after having 2 labs from puppies, we now choose to adopt older dogs rather than the younger ones. They are not only a little more calm but most are house trained and don’t chew everything in site!

Now just because I have only had Labradors, doesn’t mean I don’t love all dogs, from little to big, pure bread to bitsa. All dogs are welcome!

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You can also see some of our recent work too…

4 Week Old Rylee – North Lakes Studio

What  sweet little thing Rylee was. Super pretty in pink and I love that we were able to get some curled up sleeping newborn and some wide awake, I’m looking at the world portraits! As with most newborn sessions we captured not only photos but film as well and Rylee is a natural star… piercing …

Family of 3 in the studio – The Fisher’s

This beautiful family came in to get some beautiful photos all together with little Evelyn. Growing up so quickly it was great to get not only family portraits but also individual images with Mum and Dad. Of course you need to capture that cheeky grin she has.. her whole face lights up when she smiles… …

Photography Location Guide – North Lakes Field of Dreams

The choice in and around North Lakes is endless with the number of beautiful locations for family portraits. You have Lake Eden (you can find the link to that blog post here), North Lakes Woodlands (you can find the link to that blog post here) and now this little gem which I am proud to say …