With over 12 years experience in photography ranging from Landscape and Animals to Portrait, Pregnancy, Baby and Weddings there is not a moment that cant be captured to make your memories last a life time.
Vincent Lai is a full time Weddings & Events Photographer located in Sydney. What makes his images special is the natural & candid look he achieves through capturing moments in real time, recording them without influence. Vincent Lai is member of the Australian Institute of Professional Photography (AIPP). Vincent Lai is also an award-winning photographer in both State and National levels.
Lisa Ford Photography specialises in wedding photography and is situated in the beautiful Byron Bay region of Australia.
As an Associate of the Australian Institute of Professional Photography professionalism is of high importance as is great service and high quality products.
FOR the contemporary photographic artist, freely creating and exhibiting work is in danger of becoming a thing of the past. In recent years there have been many public outcries over images produced by Australian photographers. This, in combination with new laws that prohibit photographers from shooting freely in public spaces,..read more
THE public examination of the $250 million collapse of Bill Express is heating up, and not just in the courtroom, where faulty air-conditioning yesterday forced a change of venue midway through the testimony of former director Julian Little.
A YEAR after the guns of World War I fell silent, a writer, a photographer and an artist from Australia trekked to Gallipoli to collect relics and create works of art so people could comprehend the landmark battle that took place on those shores.
John Daly on what it was like to be fat and depressed: "Just being lazy is no fun. It [had got to the stage] of lying on the couch and looking over and seeing something on the floor, and thinking, 'I'll get it later'." Cue, men across Australia: you mean..read more
IT HAS become a celebrated image of the late Aboriginal activist Charlie Perkins.
A young Perkins is lost in thought on the top deck of a bus, often mistakenly believed to be the famous Freedom Ride of 1965 when he helped organise a bus tour of rural NSW by activists protesting..read more