Tant d’amour!

According to google translate, that title is So Much Love! in Englishnative french speakers please correct me if it’s wrong! I watched Midnight in Paris last night (actually I watched it until it got awkward with the earrings…I have difficulty watching movies the whole way through) and that coupled with two of the shoots this week has me feeling all lovey dovey. I suppose the main reason for the french theme is the Location for Monday’s shoot at La Perouse.

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Can you believe I’ve lived in Sydney for over four years now and I’ve never been here!? I hadn’t even heard of the location, but all it took was a quick google search and I was besotted.

From green scenery

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To beautiful architecture

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To the fantastic bridge and stunning sandstone island

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I love this location!

not to mention, the incredibly cute Ashleigh and Geoffrey were awesome subjects to capture.

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And then on Thursday at Bayview Park where Shova had a surprise engagement shoot, organised by her fiance Santos…congratulations!

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Next week I’ve got my first big event, a civil service…can’t wait to share it! And more weddings and lovers to come I’m sure 🙂 Before I go I want to share one more image – I love this one of the guys (Santos and his friends) silhouetted against the setting sun!

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Thanks for reading!

Clever Fox

P.S. If anyone out there in the wordpress world knows of someone in Sydney looking for a second shooter I’d love the chance to see a professional with experience in action!

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Surprise Proposals and Old Newlyweds

What a surprisingly awesome weekend! Since the success of the Bundaberg shoots I decided to put an ad on gumtree to see if Sydney-siders would be keen to do some photoshoots with me. Only a few hours later I had a message from Simon asking me if I’d take on a special request..photographing his proposal in Sydney’s Chinese Gardens.

That night while going through the photos I got a message from Jessie in regards to a wedding shoot. Now there’s no way I’d feel confident taking on a wedding on my own at my current skill level but not to worry – Jessie and James were married two years ago! But they never got photos done, so out of storage came the stunning dress and the suave suit and off to Milsons Point and Luna Park we went. Jessie told me James doesn’t like having photos done, but I think he may have secretly enjoyed himself just a bit.

Wedding season has begun and I’ve got two Photobooths booked so far for the coming months, as well as Rockdale’s spring markets in collusion with Living Laneways and Now and then Markets as well as some more couples shoots and a DIY project or two…so stay tuned, more awesome stuff on the way!

Thanks for reading,

Clever Fox