A beautiful Brenton afternoon was spent with the Dickson family as the sun set over Buffalo Bay we got to create some family magic at the foot of Castle Rock.
Photographing families is very different to photographing your own family. But I loved every single minute with Tyrone, Gemma and little Olivia for their family shoot in Keurboomstrand, just outside of Plettenberg Bay.
Brenton On Sea has finally been ticked off as a family shoot location and wow, as the Summer Sun set over the sea, the light became magical and we captured some awesome moments! This is the Barnard Family Shoot.
The Wreck Beach, the last on Robberg, provided the perfect backdrop for the Craig Family shoot. There were too many laughs and smiles and of course, no beach shoot can be done, if there is not one completely soaked person!
Whelan Family Shoot was the first of the “early rises” shoots this year and wow, my Keurboomstrand didn’t disappoint me at all! We such fun, running around in and out of the sea and catching those beautiful soft morning light.
I am so spoilt this time of the year, the summer days are still so young and the beaches empty, add a beautiful family, a massive pod of dolphins and wispy clouds, well you just get to capture some magical moments and Robberg 5 is becoming a firm favourite.
I absolutely loved this family and friend shoot on Robberg 5 Beach in Plettenberg Bay. We got to capture some epic candid shots. Sorry I dragged you up into the dunes and made you all walk endlessly up and down the beach to get reflection and foot prints in the sand.
Once again I find myself photographing in Rheenendal just outside of Knysna. Jubilee Creek provided the perfect backdrop for the Meyer & Thysse Family Shoot.
I got to spend a beautiful autumn Plettenberg Bay morning with the Machet Family while they were down for their holiday. Robberg 5 was the perfect location for this family shoot, providing perfect Robberg Nature Reserve backdrops and lots of freedom for the little ones (and me) to run around.