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Yearly Archives: 2010

Charl & Tamara Gouws Wedding – The Thatch, Midrand

 Where does one start? Well maybe with a stunning couple that were so relaxed from the word go. The first meeting was like visiting a friend who left everything in my hands for their very special wedding. Charl and Tamara are one of those cute couples that go gaga when they look at each other. […]

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Family Portraits – De Waal Family

  It is with great pride to present to you the De Waal family. Tarry de Waal is an old primary school student that hired me to take family portraits of her and her family. The shoot was a blast and even though we had a certain young lad who was a bit tiered from […]

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Greek Orthodox Baby Christening

It is with great pleasure to present to you the latest Christening for 2010 I was hired by Monique Stylianou from “Just Like Mom Au Pairs ” To capture her son’s baby Christening on Sunday the 21st Nov. The tiny Greek Orthodox Church in Orange Grove, Johannesburg  Was packed to the limit with friends and […]

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Amalgamated Beverage Industries (ABI), Prize Giving @ The Hyatt Regency, Rosebank

I was honoured to have been contacted to cover the prize giving evening for Amalgamated Beverage Industries (ABI), the soft drink division of South African Breweries (SAB), and the leading soft drink business in the SABMiller group, Hosted at the Hyatt Regency in Rosebank, Johannesburg. The staff were attending a full day workshop and upon […]

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The Price of Wedding Photography & How Much Should I Expect to Spend?

I have got permission from Kat to share with you a extract from the following website  http://www.rocknrollbride.com/2010/10/the-price-of-wedding-photography-how-much-should-i-expect-to-spend/ “My reasoning behind this post is not in anyway to try and encourage you to spend more than you can afford or are willing to on your wedding photography, however I do want to make you stop and think […]

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