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        My workshops are a reflection of how I do my newborn sessions. I don't have the same poses, wrapping, routine that many other newborn photographers have. I believe that every baby is different and therefore so will each session be. Some babies don't like certain poses and others will melt into each one easily. So I use my seven years experience in working with newborns to teach others who dream to be one or think that they need the extra push to move forward.

        I am an open book, I show you how to pose, wrap and settle with the baby leading me most of the way. You can ask me anything throughout the day.

        I have moved my business from Scotland to Sydney and then 2 years ago to the Sunshine Coast. So I have plenty of experience on marketing, advertising and getting your work out there. I am also happy to critique any work you feel needs help with.



        On The Day

        Starting around 9.30am I will go through the studio set-up, props, how I prepare the clients and prep studio. The we will have a family and spent about 2 -3 hours working with them. During which I will show you camera techniques, lighting, lenses, angles, posing and how to best interact with the clients to get the most of the the session with them.  Once the shooting is over we will stop for lunch and then move onto culling, editing, delivering and social media. Finishing up around 4pm.

        WHY I TEACH

        I think it is really important to share knowledge and be able to teach to help improve the standard of fellow photographers and I would like to hope it lifts the standard for lots of you so that you feel your work is moving forward.  It is hard for us as artists to know if our work is good enough.  It will be a constant battle of trying and testing and the most growth I have had is from learning from other photographers.

        WHO | WHERE | WHAT

        Class is limited to a maximum of 5 people (plus myself and the parents) and suitable for both the beginner and experienced photographer wanting to improve their knowledge or delve into a something a little bit different.

        It is held in my Bli Bli studio on the beautiful Sunshine Coast

        A DSLR is great to bring, along with a portrait lens. Anything else isn’t required but feel free to bring any images you would like me to critique for you.