Wallis Family | Family Portrait Photos
Written by Nick Lance on Sunday, 28 September 2014 19:13   

Today we joined the Wallis Family at Hyde Park for some family portrait photos. It was also our biggest family photoshoot to date with 37 people, 19 of those people being children. Its really special to have generations all coming together for any event and great to have a photographer present to document the moment forever.

Although the number 37 rolls off the tongue like any other number, being able to coordinate everyone is quite an achievement. We have photographed dozens of weddings upwards of 200 people, however this is the largest family portrait we have photographed. Fortunately for us, we have Nick as the photographer who concentrats on the composition and dimension. While Billie is assisting with making sure all the details are in place and everyone is looking in the right direction. All the kids were so well behaved and having so much fun that the family portrait photos were a huge success.

We were lucky enough to dodge the rain for most of today and even got some beautiful sun light. Hyde Park in Perth has had lots of work recently and it looks amazing. There are now more places for families to play and of course lots more places for family portrait photos.

Our family portrait packages are still the same low price as they have always been. We offer print packages and the option of purchasing a disc or USB with all of the photos as digital files for our clients to print wherever they choose. For more information on our family portrait packages please follow this link;  Portrait Packages.











Jeffery Family | Newborn Photographer Perth
Written by Nick Lance on Wednesday, 10 September 2014 18:44   

The Jeffery Family joined us in our Perth Photography studio today, for some newborn and family photos.

4 year old Bryce really loved the camera and we had a great time making him smile. He was so well behaved while his new baby sister had her first photos taken that we barely noticed he was there. Which is great because Newborn photography shoots can take a while longer than regular portrait photography shoots.

We allow extra time for our Newborn photography shoots since we are working on baby-time. There’s plenty of time for feeding and cuddles. Quite often a newborn baby can sense frustration so we don’t ever rush and allow newborns and parents to be as comfortable as possible. You need a lot of patience for newborn photography and with four children of our own, we have all the patience in the world.

We tried a few headbands and other props on 2 week old baby Tahlia, while she had a few short naps, which was great because it meant that Billie was able to sneak in a few cuddles. We found that Dad, AJ had the magic touch when it came to settling Tahlia. Every baby is different, so its amazing seeing each of their little personality traits that are unique to them. Tahlia was a perfect little baby and we barely heard a peep out of her the whole time.

Our Newborn Photography Package prices have not changed since we brought them out in 2011. We still have the same low price with massive savings on prints and the option of purchasing a personalised disc containing all the high resolution images from your newborn photo shoot.










Mason | Perth Photography Studio
Written by Nick Lance on Sunday, 24 August 2014 15:40   

Six month old Mason visited our Perth Photography Studio for some photos with his family yesterday.

We didn’t have to worry about Mason getting used to the camera, he was wide awake and ready to model for us as soon as he came through the door. Once in front of the camera, Mason was enjoying having a laugh as Billie made use of her repertoire of crazy noises. We even got some giggles out of mum and dad as well. Its great to have two people on hand during a photo shoot so that we can make sure to get as many photos as possible. After all, two heads are better than one.

We were halfway through the photoshoot when Mason felt comfortable enough to begin his own noises. They started off quiet but quickly turned into what I can only describe as Raptor screams from the movie Jurassic Park. It was awesome! It’s the first time that I had to put the camera down because I was laughing too much to take a photograph. If only we could have captured that voice with his family portraits.

With Wedding season fast approaching we are booking up fast. If you are thinking of having your family portraits captured make sure to contact us as soon as possible so you don’t miss out. Visit our Portrait Photography Packages tab and you will see that quality photography can be affordable!


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Bob & Beryl | Wedding Photographer Perth
Written by Nick Lance on Sunday, 03 August 2014 20:01   

This afternoon I was invited to photograph Bob & Beryl’s wedding which was held at their home in North Beach. What makes Bob & Beryl’s wedding story so special is that they first met 39 years ago on the third of August. Since then they have raised a family together, travelled the world and have decided all these years later, that now is the time to exchange their vows.

Bob and Beryl are still very much in love after all these years and I loved watching the way they smiled when they caught each other’s eye. It’s these moments that make my job as a Wedding Photographer special. There was plenty of laughs shared by everyone and I left the newlyweds to enjoy the rest of the afternoon.

Weddings don’t need to be big and expensive. What makes a wedding special is having friends and family together to share in the moment. At Digitally Enhanced Photography we cater our Wedding and Event Photography to suit all types of budgets and requirements from Intimate Weddings to lavish affairs. Please feel free to browse our Wedding Galleries by visiting Perth Wedding Photographers and email us for more information on This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  











Hannah | Cake Smash Photographer Perth
Written by Nick Lance on Tuesday, 22 July 2014 14:40   

We had Hannah visit our Perth Photography Studio this afternoon for her giant cupcake smash photoshoot. We have a lot of parents bring their children in for their first birthday as an excuse to have a cake smash, but anyone can have a cake smash, at any age. We have had children up to 5 years of age and we have even had parents get in on the action! Hannah is 13 months and 1 week old and she loved every minute of her cake smash!

Some children are a little curious about the camera and studio lighting, but Hannah wasn’t shy at all. She had some moral support from her mum and Godmother, so she didn’t take long to warm our studio.

Our pastry chef made the icing a gorgeously, vibrant pink, which looked amazing. It definitely kept Hannah’s interest as she spent the first 10 minutes or so picking at the icing. It started with just a one finger dip. Then to a two finger dip. After 10 minutes it was two full hands into the cake.

Every child’s cake smash is different and Hannah was no exception. Hannah performed a little trick for us which was keeping one foot off the ground as she smashed her giant cupcake. In a few shots she even looked a little surprised as she glanced at her raised foot, almost wondering whose foot it was? She was so much fun!

Have you ever wondered what to do to make your child’s 1st birthday truly memorable? Why not let them loose on a giant cupcake?! They get to eat it, smash it, throw it,.. in fact they are able to do whatever they like and have the time of their lives without getting in trouble! You can find more information by following this link here.























Brodie | Cake Smash Photographer Perth
Written by Nick Lance on Sunday, 13 July 2014 11:12   

As one of the best Cake Smash Photographers in Perth we have had plenty of experience with first birthday Cake Smashes. Over the years we’ve had dozens of kids visit our studio to have a great time getting messy.

Yesterday we had Brodie visit our Photography Studio in Landsdale for his Cake Smash photos. Brodie’s older brother, Jarrad has already had the pleasure of smashing a giant cupcake on his first birthday. Time has really flown by and it was great to see how much Jarrad has grown in the 2 years since we saw him last. Jarrad was still a bit shy and so too was Brodie when they first walked in, so we were all wondering how Brodie would react to a giant cupcake. During Jarrad’s cake smash, Jarrad was quite hesitant and preferred to share his cake than get messy. So we weren’t sure what to expect.

Once Brodie was seated he took a little bit to get settled,.. but it really didn’t take long before he was smashing away and scoffing as much cake as he could! He still wanted to share the cake with his Dad, just like his brother but he made sure to eat and smash as much as he could.

Have you ever wondered what to do to make your child’s 1st birthday truly memorable? Why not let them loose on a giant cupcake?! They get to eat it, smash it, throw it,.. in fact they are able to do whatever they like and have the time of their lives without getting in trouble! You can find more information by following this link here.




















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