portraits

Jade by Lachlan Jordan

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My goal for 2019 is to get out more, shoot more and create more. I put a post on Instagram asking if there was anyone who wanted to collaborate on a shoot sometime and Jade responded.

We went out and shot some photos at a few different locations around Crescent Head. Here are some images we created.

2018 Retrospective by Lachlan Jordan

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I don’t know what it was about 2018 but for me it somehow simultaneously seemed to go by really quick, whilst also feeling like a long year. Maybe that’s because it was very busy year. Lots of changes happened for me throughout 2018. Some more planned than others. I guess the biggest change was leaving Newcastle towards the end of the year and moving to Crescent Head on the Mid-North Coast.

This year I captured more portraits than previous years and I personally feel there has been a lot of growth in that side of my photography. I am thankful for those who have hired me to capture their portrait, or cover their event or wedding throughout 2018. I've met some really wonderful people throughout the year which makes pursuing this career even greater. I hope in 2019 I get to continue meeting wonderful people and grow my business even further.

Happy New Year everyone! I hope you enjoy this post looking back on my photography for the year of 2018.

Adam the Actor by Lachlan Jordan

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Carpenter by trade, but studying Screen and Filming acting, this face is one to watch out for. Adam approached me in doing some photo shoots to show casting directors a range of looks to assist him in getting some acting roles.

Here are a few images from two photo shoots we did last year. I'm looking forward to working with him again soon. Follow his progress via Instagram at adam__jh

2017 Retrospective by Lachlan Jordan

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Well it's that time of year again, the time when it's almost over and I sit back and reflect on the year that was. Looking back on these photographs I once again feel grateful to be able to say I've had an eventful year.

This year I travelled to new destinations and explored new places. I photographed moments for people that will be forever shared with friends and family. I am really excited about where my photography went this year and am looking forward what opportunities may come my way in 2018.

I want to thank everyone who made 2017 great and everyone who continues to follow my work and recommend me to friends and family. You are all amazing and I am very thankful.

Happy New Year everyone! I hope you enjoy this post looking back on my photography for the year of 2017.

2016: Retrospective by Lachlan Jordan

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As I write this 2016 will be over in 30 hours and 30 minutes. What better time to look back and reflect on the year that was. As I scroll through the 100+ photos in this blog post I can't help but think "wow" I have been fortunate in capturing some spectacular moments.

Sunrises, sunsets, dark skies and moody weather. Not only that, but this year I put myself out there to start my career in photographing people, creating memories and capturing moments which can then be kept forever and shared with loved ones.

I already have some big plans for 2017 which so far includes Three Weddings and a trip to New Zealand. Hopefully more Weddings and trips will be added to the calendar throughout the year. In any case I am very excited about the year ahead and I want to thank everyone who made 2016 great and everyone who continues to follow my work and recommend me to friends and family. You are all amazing and I am very thankful.

Happy New Year everyone, and I hope you enjoy this post looking back on my photography for the year of 2016.

- Lachlan

Sibling photo shoot with Renae + Jackson by Lachlan Jordan

Renae and I are friends through work, and have known each other for a few years now. She approached me about getting some photos done with her brother as a Christmas present for her mum. I thought this was an awesome idea and had a lot of fun photographing Jackson and Renae at King Edward Park. Here are a few pics from their session.

Kelly Family Photos by Lachlan Jordan

This photo session was a Christmas gift from one mother to another. I was contacted by Narelle who told me her friends daughter was about to leave the country on a gap year, (which has the potential to be a 2 year trip away from home) and as a nice Christmas Gift wanted to give her friend a family photo session before the daughter left the country. What a fantastic present!

After some email exchanges with Anne-marie who was the recipient of the gift we organised a date and time in which all members of the family were free. As it would turn out, sunrise on Saturday the 10th was a winner (just one day before the daughter was to board the plane for her gap year).

And what a winning sunrise it was! Storm clouds, but with the right amount of sunlight gave us an amazing sky down at Bar Beach, and great morning light to work with. Here is a selection of the photos from the morning. Looking forward to taking more family photos in the future!