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Category Archives: Olympus Professional photographer

Jeremy and Kareena – Manly Wedding Photography

What a joy to be able to photograph Kareena and Jeremy’s wedding. Another Perfect Images Wedding booked by Grant, we headed off to the Cardinal Cerretti Memorial Chapel on the grounds of the International College of Management at Manly. The venue is absolutely stunning with views over Manly Beach. Kareena and Jeremy also held their […]

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Karen and Tim – Terrigal Wedding Photography

It’s not often I get to walk from home to a wedding. But we did for the lovely Karen and Tim with the whole thing being less than a kilometre from home. Karen got ready at the beautiful Whitehaven luxury house in Wamberal / Terrigal, which was also where the reception was held. A quick […]

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cara and nathan – central coast wedding photographers

  Grant and I had the great pleasure of photographing Cara and Nathan’s wedding recently for another Perfect Images wedding. Even though Grant booked this one as Cara and Nathan live in Sydney the wedding was on the Central Coast. In fact we started 200 meters from my place. Talk about an easy commute. The […]

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Radiation Oncology Institute – Central Coast Commercial Photographer

Commercial photography is always an interesting challenge. The very lovely people at The Radiation Oncology Institute needed some new photos for their website at both their Gosford and Sydney clinics. The difficulties with a shoot like this are pretty common in that the available lighting is a mix of fluorescent and halogen light sources (not […]

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Halcrow Family – Central Coast Family Photographer

I was lucky enough to spend some time with the rather lovely Halcrow family recently. Very nice people with two of the sweetest kids. Tracey got the shoot as a present using one of our gift certificates. So off I went to Umina Beach for a super relaxed family photo shoot. I loved how relaxed […]

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