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10 Reasons Why Family Portraits are Important

We get so focussed on the future that we forget about our past. Children grow so quickly; the years pass in a blink of an eye and the next thing you know they are off to boarding school and university.  Family portraits document your family’s growth and progress through the years and capture sweet memories of your life together. Life gets so busy and stressful, you don’t think you ever will, but it’s easy to forget special characteristics, unique...

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Boyup Brook Lifestyle Family Photography | Michelle Wrighton

As a lifestyle family, children and pet portrait photographer, I find it is helpful to know a little about the people and pets I photograph, their personalities and unique traits.  This is why I have a questionnaire for my clients to fill in before their session - the answers also help me to plan and customise the experience to suit my clients individual needs. In preparation for their recent family photography session, mum, Estelle, told me that some of...

Family and Children Photography

Why Lifestyle Photography Is The Best Choice For Your Family

Memories of Family Photography I still shudder at childhood memories of the dreaded family portraits with the fake smiles and awkward formal posing in front of badly painted canvas backdrops in a stuffy, brightly lit studio.  Then came the disappointment of getting portraits that kind of looked like us – or at least a bland, uncomfortable, ‘do we really look like that?’ version of us. Those experiences didn’t dampen my enthusiasm or love of photography, but they certainly coloured my...

Session Pricing and Packages

I know you lead a busy life and have limited spare time, so my process is as convenient as possible with expert advice every step of the way so you get the most out of your session and end up with tangible memories you will love forever. Lifestyle Session  The equine, family and canine lifestyle session fee of $650 includes: a fun and relaxed one hour session at your favourite outdoor location Photography of all immediate family members or...

Photography Session Booking

“Michelle is not only an amazing photographer and artist, but a simply lovely human who goes out of her way to make sure you are fully happy.” Jo. “Not just a photo but a real piece of art! Very special work that Michelle produces.” Rachel To Book your session: Check current Special Offers Select your session type.  Add any extra options as needed. Choose your session date - we can amend the date & time later if needed but...

Vanity hurts less than regret – we need to exist in photographs

I knew I only had a few minutes before my family, including hubby, would have enough of being in front of my camera. I had just bought him home for a couple of days after his most recent Royal Flying Doctor Service emergency flight to Perth. After over a decade of living with a debilitating illness that was frequently life threatening, a rare type of tumour, an IPMN, had been discovered on his pancreas which is one of the most...

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PRECIOUS MEMORIES FADE.  BEAUTIFUL ART LASTS FOREVER....

FAQ

Can we get the digital files? Of course!  Digital+Print packages include high resolution digital files, print release and 6x4" proof prints for colour and quality control.  The complete digital collection includes high resolution digital files of all images in colour and in black and white on usb with a custom walnut wood presentation box of all colour proof prints. All specialty art products include the matching high resolution and social media size digital files of each image purchased. What...

Ocean Wave curling at Yallingup Beach, Western Australia.

The Same But Different – Autism Awareness Photography Competition

I’ve entered this photo into the inaugural “BLUEprint” Go Blue for Autism Awareness Photography Competition. The colour blue is used to mark the occasion of World Autism Awareness Day. The competition brief was to capture what ‘blue’ means to you.  It could be something seen in a mood, colour, occasion, outlook or thought.  I tookthis photo in 2010 at the end of a special day spent with my family at Yallingup in Western Australia.  As my husband and two...