Your photoshoot experience will commence at Circular Quay, where we will meet. From here, we will make our way along the waterside, towards Sydney Opera House, enjoying the spectacular view of the Harbour Bridge. We will then enter Sydney's Royal Botanic Garden where we will take some more photos, capturing you amongst nature with Sydney's cityscape in the background. The tour will end in the Botanic Gardens where are free to explore or have a picnic. I will edit 20-30 HD images and send them to you via GoogleDrive within a week. If there is a particular location you'd like photos at, please let me know! Uncomfortable in front of a camera or never done a photoshoot? Never fear! I have several suggestions to help you relax. When booking, please let me know if you are feeling particularly nervous for the shoot so I can help you as best possible. Please also message me if you'd like some advice, such as what to wear. Couples welcome! Please note: it is the same price for a couple as it is for an individual. If booking for a couple, simply book 1 spot and then send me a message to let me know there will be two of you.
Hi, I'm Kayla, a portrait photographer local to Sydney. I grew up in Wollongong and would frequently be travelling to Sydney to enjoy its many wonders. Sydney is a truly unique city and I feel blessed to now call it my home. Alongside wedding and maternity photography, I have worked with several Sydney tourists, enjoying exploring the city together and capturing memories as we go. My approach to photography is very candid, with a huge focus on capturing the essence and mood of the moment. I have been doing professional photography for five years now, and am currently obtaining a design degree. If you'd like to see more of my work, you can do so here: kaylareayphotography.myportfolio.com
We will start at Circular Quay, heading towards the Opera House. From there, we will soak up the views of the Harbour Bridge before moving into Sydney's Royal Botanic Gardens.
Please wear comfortable shoes as we will be walking a bit. Sunglasses are recommended too.