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Sunset Family Shoot - Brisbane Family Photographer

As a Brisbane Family Photographer, I like to hold competitions and giveaways with the main prize being a photoshoot or stunning print. Rebecca won this beautiful sunset family shoot from my recent Mother's day giveaway. She was nominated by her beautiful friend Kailah who wrote "Rebecca is not only an amazing best friend, loving Aunty, sister, wife and daughter but the best mum I know. She recently welcomed her second son less than two weeks ago and deserves to know and understand the sacrifices she makes daily to help her little people grow! She has dedicated her life to caring for others around her and inspires me every day to be grateful and enjoy every moment! I would love for her to win and have her first family photos as a family of four so she can see the beauty In her family that I see in her every day. I’m sure there are many deserving mummas, but in my eyes, no one is more deserving!" Isn't that just beautiful! So we booked a date and I met Rebecca and her beautiful family at my stunning field location. It was a cold, windy day but the sun was shining and we captured a little bit of magic for this gorgeous new family of four!

Father and Mother resting their heads together whilst holding newborn baby and an older child standing at their feet

Father is smiling whilst tickling son in a white top and knitted brown jumper

Father and son embrace in a hug in a sunny field with long grass

Boy standing in a field in a white top and brown knitted jumper holding long grass

Mother holding newborn baby and kissing him on the head in a field with the sun setting behind them

Newborn baby staring into mothers eyes while sucking on a pacifier

Big brother squeezing cheeks of baby brother being held by dad

Father kissing newborn baby on the head as he stares at the camera

Mother and son holding hands and smiling at each other

Mother kissing hand of her son as he hugs her from behind

Mother holding baby while dad cuddles them both and little boy runs around them in field


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