Winter Write-up

Posted by Brydie Malone on Wednesday, July 24, 2013
Hey Everyone, the first half of 2013 has been a very eventful time for Ladybird Photography.
With International travel, new customised features and a new studio space.

Fiji was a wonderful experience, with both tidal wave weather conditions and beautiful clear skies, the six day adventure brought with it great memories and loads of spectacular photographs. Bula Fiji!!! A place Ladybird Photography will visit again for sure.


On arrival back into Australia came with it the new arrival of customised Ladybird USB's for all future Ladybird clients, to share their photos with family and friends and keep them archivally for future generations to come. (see image of the wooden USB's and their matching wooden boxes below.) With many thanks to customised USB owner Leanne Drew.

Working alongside a new mentour in AFP Accredited Photographer, Mark Perkins who owns Realvision Photography in Goulburn, is enabling me to keep my photography skills up to par, in this ever growing market.  As well as creating a great oppertunity to return to the Studio space, and its lighting oppertunities. 
Chris and Julie's Wedding in Batemans Bay gave me great insight into how Mark works with his camera, and with future family wedding relations.
His photo-shopping skills outway anyone elses that I have seen before, and I hope he will share with me even a few of his tricks behind the computer.  Thanks Mark!

Christmas 2013 is fast approaching, so a reminder to all those who missed out last year, Chrismtas portraits should be booked within the next two months, to guarantee your personalised wall artworks, for your family christmas this December.
Which reminds me, Ladybird Photography is currently at 210 Facebook friends and for the 250th Like, Ladybird will be giving away a $250 Photography voucher to be used with any photography package or printing service.  So make sure you like our home page.  Get your whole family on board to guarantee you all win a family portrait sitting.
Make sure you type in LadybIrd Photography (with a capital I)