It is with great regret that we share the sad news of the sudden passing yesterday of our friend and mentor Peter van der Veer. Keep Reading
Even though many of us have been creating our photographs for more than a decade by digital means, Oskar Barnack created the first 35mm ‘compact’ film camera in 1914.
Leica has been at the forefront of iconic photography for the last century and continues to be so. For more information, visit www.leica-camera.com Keep Reading
My mum is having a birthday, and seeing how it landed on a Thursday, I figured it would be fitting to go ahead and share a great throwback picture of her on my personal Facebook. A real retro snapshot of how I remember her as a child – circa the 70s. I knew just what picture I would use, as I had seen it what felt like a million times. It was her in the backyard relaxing in the sunshine. I have a few of our family’s childhood photo albums under my bed, in all of their dusty avocado green, orange acid tainted glory. The first album I opened, right there on the first page, I found it. Keep Reading
For many of our clients, their visit to us will be the first time they have had a ‘proper’ portrait. That’s why we take the time to chat with you about what’s important to you and your family.
Our team are meticulously trained by Mark Strachan and other experienced team members who have been with the studio for many of the 30 years we’ve been in business. Keep Reading
Mark Strachan, artist photographer founder and long time user of Leica cameras, has been asked to be an Ambassador for the brand. This role involves conducting workshops, among other duties. This video is a recent workshop held by Mark in Melbourne. Keep Reading