Do you ever wonder "What size should I have my portraits printed?" Choosing the right size portraits is not just about choosing a pre-determined size you THINK you want, but looking at the space you will be displaying them in, then choosing a size that shows your portraits at their best.
m very happy to announce that at this years Australian Professional Photography Awards with AIPP, that I received 4 awards for the 4 prints entered.
Recently I had the chance to go back to Queenstown, Arrowtown and Wanaka in NZ – it was a long overdue holiday with my husband Phil who had not been there before. I had lived there from 1992 – 1999, and just never managed to make it back. It was so wonderful to get back to The Otago region and catch up with old friends, and experience the area again.
Very happy to share that I have received a Silver Award at this years AIPP Australian Professional Print Awards with this Portrait of my Optometrist.
AIPP Accredited Professional Photographers and the AIPP membership, supported by the RSL and Australian War Memorial “Reflections” aims to photograph the remaining Veterans of WWII to create a significant archive for the nation that reflects a sensitive portrayal of their elderly state and provide a cognisant comparison to the wartime images of young active men and women.
I am very happy to announce that I received a Gold Award at this years Canon Australian Professional Print Awards in the portrait section.
I am very happy to say that I achieved a "Silver with Distinction" Award in the Family Category , and a "Silver" Award in the Travel Category at this years Australian Professional Photography Awards.
As a lead up to the annual Australian National Professional Photography Awards, there are the State Awards.
So you're planning your Wedding Day, there is so much to think about - Venue, Dress, Flowers, Hair, Make-up, Jewellery, Cake and more - they are the exciting things! But then there is your Celebrant. If you do not have a family Minister Priest or religious leader to marry you, then you need to find a Celebrant. How do you do this if you don't know one personally?