Monthly Archives: March 2010

Urban Mini Kids’ Sessions {Brisbane Children’s Photographer}

I love the outdoors and shooting out in the forest. This is especially so in spring and summer when everything is just so lovely and green and fresh…little girls in their beautiful summer dresses. Sigh. However, there is something to be said for beanies, jeans and cute little outfits in winter too. The perfect setting to compliment beautiful clothes, is the city. Around the city you will find so many pockets of goodness – there are colours and textures every where you turn. So, this time, I have decided the kids’ mini sessions will have an urban feel, just in time for winter.

In essence, for two days in May I will be offering limited sessions  in the Brisbane city CBD  for Kids’ Mini Sessions. You will be provided with a 20-30 minute shoot and 10-15 individually processed images in an online gallery (password protected) for your viewing. As part of the package I have included 3 digital negatives with accompanying 5×7” print. There is no obligation to purchase any other images but certainly the option is available and discount will be applied to upgrades.

These mini sessions are a great opportunity for parents and grand-parents to capture up to date images of their children without having to arrange a full session. Perfect for littlies who change so much in a 6-12 month period and for those that haven’t had updated portraits in a while. These mini sessions are designed for kids/teenagers – no families; maternity or babies under 4 months – so dad will be happy he doesn’t have to participate!

If you would like more information please don’t hesitate to shoot me an email on for more information.  These sessions are strictly limited on a first come, first served basis so if this is something you might be interested in, please shoot me an email. They’re great value!!

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8 months! {Brisbane Baby Photographer}

Gosh, it only feels like yesterday I posted her 7 month portraits! Before I know it, I’ll be old, grey and she’ll be married. Eeekk!

Ok, so I have this fascination with hats at the moment (if you hadn’t noticed). You see, I know there will come a time when she’ll rip off anything and everything she can that comes close to her head (that includes clips, headbands and of course hats). So, while she is none the wiser, the hats stay. I mean seriously, how cute are they…

8 months would have to be my favourite age to photograph babies. At this age, these little people are just so engaging, lovable and if you’re still lucky, they sit and they don’t move!  Love, love, love little babies…

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The New Me {Brisbane Photographer}

You know those times in your life when you’re bored. You’re bored with what you see, what you hear and what you do (per sae of course). Well that was me with my photography. Now I wasn’t bored with the actual photography and meeting all my beautiful clients (I could NEVER be bored of that), but by golly was I bored with my website, my blog and all my ‘bits and pieces’. So, 7 months ago, I embarked on a journey to change what I saw.

I wanted something that reflected me. Something that was truly representative of my work and my love with regards to photography – children. My dear old lady beetle, whilst she served me well for the last two years, was truly, when I look back now, not representative of my work.

I sought the help of the wonderfully talented Erika Jessop in my quest for renewal of all things me…and boy did she deliver! I wanted whimsical, fun, lovely, fresh and inviting. I wanted hand drawn and childish. Most of all, I wanted to LOVE it; and that I did.

So, here you have it, 7 months of hard work… finally, the new me. The new Nicole Ramsay Photography. Everything is fresh and new…my website has finally been updated and I have all nice new lovely ‘bits and pieces’ for my clients which I can’t wait to share.

*Sigh* I’m so very excited!

Just because, a post wouldn’t be the same without a picture of some kind, here are my wonderful new business cards.

Oh and please, let me know what you think…I appreciate the feedback very much…


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