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Our latest testimonials

Our latest testimonials

I just wanted to thank you for your amazing efforts in capturing our 4 little grandchildren recently for my husband’s surprise 50th birthday present. The venue was perfect and the lead-up information was absolutely spot on for our needs. You have made a difficult exercise seem effortless and displayed great patience and calm. The kids all responded so well to you at the shoot. Great job and thanks again.” T Spencer
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“All your photos were so beautiful, one of my girlfriends said the birth announcement took her breath away. I will be sure to recommend you to everyone I know having babies. Thanks again for all your hard work I’m sure I’ll be back again when the next bub comes along.” Jay P
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“Thank you so much for such a lovely day. We didn’t have a clue what to expect so were rather nervous (esp hubby). BUT, you put us at ease immediately. It was good to have hair and make up done not only for the shoot but we really think it helped us get to know you a little bit before the camera came out!” Kathy M
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“We are both still chatting about the shoot yesterday. You are so awesome and your photos…well they are on a different scale of fabulousness! We cant wait to see the whole package and come down again soon.” Jenny L
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“I am completely blown away by the new images of our second shoot with Sydney Treasures Photography…the photos are breathtaking and I love EVERY one of them. How ever will I choose? Thank you, you truly are one gifted photographer” Mary J
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“My family and I will always treasure the gorgeous photos you captured of my baby boy. Can’t rave about you enough, keep up the truly original and phenomenal work :))” Moet G
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“I just love all the pictures that were taken and I will have them with me to look at for a long, long time. The pictures capture how small my bub was and nearly 5 months later he has grown into such a little boy you forget how small they actually were” Francis T.
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“Love, love, love the photos!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thanks again for a fantastic job”. Emily H
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“Very professional and the end resulting photos are sooo adorable!! Thanks for the everlasting memories! I recommend you guys to all my expecting friends here in Melbourne! xo” H Matson
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“WOW!!!!!! We are so blown away by our photos and so so happy with them! I can’t thank you enough for capturing our family so well, the quality of the photos is amazing and you made us feel so relaxed which is obvious in the pics. Now the hard part…trying to choose our favourites when they all are!! Thank you so much again, I highly recommend you to anyone xx” Amanda D
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“I just wanted to say thank you, thank you, thank you! The photo’s are so beautiful, we had such a good time and I can’t wait to put them up” Isabel G
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“Thank you for all your efforts we both believe you have done an outstanding job and will be recomending you to all our friends in Perth. We will also hopefully be coming to see you again soon with bub number 2.  Andrew S
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“They are very beautiful photos, thank you. So lovely that we want to keep them all…” Alice M
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“Thanks again Katsu for capturing our family, your one in a million!!” Di L
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“Your unique photo style, professionalism and friendly nature makes for a wonderful experience. The photos you took of our little man Alexander are amazing. Thank you very much.” M Silva

We now provide our service in Melbourne and Perth, also! Please contact us if you would like to have your family photos with us!

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We now provide our service in Perth, Australia!

We now provide our service in Perth, Australia!

Are you looking for your family photographers in Perth? Would you like your beautiful children to photographed by our experienced children photographers in Perth?

Now we have our professional photographers in Perth, so please contact us if you are looking for your family portrait in Perth.

Great photographs require more than just a great camera. They also need a great photographer to work their magic. Sydney Treasures Photography is operated by a dedicated photographer that truly loves his art form. You’ll be greeted with creative flair, attention to detail, and an outstanding ability to consistently produce beautiful photographs. When it comes to child and family photography in Perth, you can rest assured that our team will get that perfect snapshot to take home and cherish.

Our photo sessions capture and reflect the real you. The smiles should be genuine. The actions are natural. The are the photos ones you treasure.

Nothing captures a beautiful moment better than a great photo in a natural setting such as Kins Park or Swans River in Perth. Photos taken in your child’s favourite places can really bring out those lovely smiles and positive emotions, giving you a perfect picture to treasure forever. We often find that photo’s of children taken outside the confines of a studio add a whole extra dimension of authenticity to the shot. Plus, it doesn’t matter if that setting is a play park or a beach, here at Sydney Treasures Photography we’ll do our very best to accommodate your needs.

Why wait till Christmas? Contact us for your family photos in Perth!!

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Family photographer in Bangkok, Thailand?

Family photographer in Bangkok, Thailand?

Today we have a big news to all our fans!

Who likes Thailand here? I mean who doesn’t??
We also love Thailand, especially Bangkok!

Well, We now have opened our photo studio in Bangkok, Thailand!!

If you are our fans based in Bangkok, Thailand, please contact us anytime. We can photograph your family and children outdoor (if it’s not too hot in Bangkok!) or we have a studio near Asok BTS if you prefer studio photo session. We have a make-up room and changing room, also. So please bring some different outfits and we can organize professional make-up artists if you like!

We have noticed that there are lot of International schools in Bangkok such as Japanese schools, American school or British shool. If you are expats living in Bangkok, looking for a professional family photo studio, please contact us via email. info@sydneytreasuresphotography.com.au Our Thai number is 092 2298 3971

We have a special price for your family & kids photos in Bangkok now. (The price you will see on our website is for our Sydney Brunch so please check our price if you are based in Bangkok)

We look forward to having photo sessions with you in Bangkok! (and Sydney, of course!!)

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Respect Grandparent time

Respect Grandparent time

If your kids are happy with their grandparents, stay out of the way occasionally to give them some time to enjoy alone together. Remember grandparent’s feelings, if they did raise you. Even if many practices have changed – babies now being put to sleep on their backs, breast-feeding being recommended – this does not invalidate your parents wealth of experience. Even if you don’t always agree with what they say, hear them out and consider their advice.

Send school photos or family photos and copies of school reports and certificates to grandparents if they don’t often see their grandchildren.

Use different names to distinguish between grandparents and avoid confusion: maternal grandparents might be grandma and grandpa and paternal grandparents Nan and Granddad.

Get online. Of grandparents live far away, encourage them to spend and receive emails, and maybe use a webcam, skype, facebook or facetime to stay in touch.

We can design beautiful kids album after the photo shoot, so sending an kids album to your Grandparents will be an great idea to show your children, too.

If you want to have a family portrait in Sydney, please feel free to contact Katsu anytime to book your session. 🙂

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Avoid pet names

Avoid pet names

Strike a deal: If you don’t embarrass your children by calling them by their per names in public or when their friends visit, they will allow you to use – and enjoy – the names in private!

Introduce your children to people they have not met before, just as you would with an adult.

Point out role models. Tell your children about the people alive or dead whom you respect most. Explain to your kids what their values and achievements mean and how they have affected the lives of others.

Offer some guidance. Morality is not inborn: children have to learn it, which can be painful proces. From early on give them some help by explaining, as simply as possible, the basics: don’t try to upset or hurt people on purpose, and tell a frown-up immediately if someone is upsetting or hurting you.

Foster a sense of community, and the reciprocation that this entails, If a friend or neighbour has been particularly kind to your child, encourage them to repay the kindness by doing an errand for them, making them a card or giving them a little gift.
We sell give vouchers for family portrait session here in Sydney, so that might be an idea, too?

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Do not get personal

Do not get personal

Arguing with your spouse or partner can sometimes be inevitable – young children can be pretty wearing but exercise damage limitation by agreeing in advance that thought you might have argue over an issue, you don’t trade personal insults in front of the kids and family.

Encourage your partner Never vie with each other from the children’s affections, rather, observe the good things about your partner’s approach to parenting, and be ready to compliment them and to boost their confidence. Be self aware . Imagine that you had yourself as a parent. Would you be happy? Would you like you? What would you think were your strength and weakness?

Think about your friends. If I had to choose one couple to be your own parents, who would they be and why? You may be surprised by your choice. but think about it. Are you giving your child what those parents give theirs? Can you? Should you?

Encourage your partner to have some photo sessions with you and your kids. People can take photos with their phones easily these days but how many photos do you have all together? Most people don’t have many! You can always contact me to do your family portrait in Sydney!!

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Christmas Gift – $99!

Christmas Gift – $99!

The $99 Family Photo Shoot!!

With Christmas rapidly approaching,  Sydney Treasures Photography are offering a $99 special on our Family Photo shoots. 

You can bring your big family to the shoot, or keep it intimate with just you and your partner or your kids only. 

And if you don’t like having your photograph taken, no worries! I can arrange a gift voucher for you to give the shoot as a gift! 

Unlike most photo shoots I will provide you with digital files on any packages that you will be choosing from and you only purchase the photos that you love!

From those digital files,  you can print as many copies as you like, have them made into a little canvas, or upload them to Facebook or your blog. 

Book in early enough and you can even use the images to make calendars, mugs and key rings ideal gifts for family at Christmas! (Printable up to A4 size)

We will even post “Photoshop” a handful of the photographs for you!

  • You can choose any locations in Sydney.  A small additional transport cost will be applied. ($50)
  • The shoot goes for usually one hour. Once when all your photos edited, you will select your favourite photos from our Online Gallery and select your packages and perhaps optional products such as kids album and canvas arts.
  • Availability over the Christmas period will be limited, please have a 2nd date available for this time
  • We can operate photo shoots seven days a week but as we are often booked far in advance, your first choice of date may not be available. If your photo shoot has to be on a specific date, please call ahead before purchasing to check we are available on that day.
  • Once a photo shoot is booked in it can be changed as many times as you like as long as the change is made at least 2 hours prior.  
  • There are no limits to the number of photo shoots you can buy; you can even buy gift vouchers An ideal Christmas present for the person who has everything!
  • The photo shoot is an ‘on-location’ shoot, either at your own home, the beach, in a nearby park etc I do not use fixed studio lighting for this shoot during Christmas season. If you would like a studio-style shoot please contact me.
  • We will post produce (Photoshop) a dozen of your photographs for you to make your photos pop or to edit out any blemishes. Any additional post-production work will be charged extra.
  • This special offer ends December 24th 2013. Don’t miss out!!!
To book, please email info@sydneytreasuresphotography.com.au or call me on 0407 064 044. If you have any additional questions or if you would like to check date availability then again please don’t hesitate to call to Katsu!

See eye to eye

See eye to eye

If your child has a fringe, trim it regularly to stop it flopping over their eyes.  A chiled who is constantly flicking back hair or looking at the world through a veil of fringe is far less likely to communicate properly and make eye contact.

Stop nail biting by painting your children’s nails with a foul tasting deterrent fluid available from pharmacies. This method also cures thumb suckers.

Dont’t tick them off. If your child develops a nervous tick, force yourself not to keep mentioning to them. Rather, take steps to minimise any stresses in their life. Get up earlier in the morning to avoid mad dash to school, stop nagging about things that don’t really matter, check that they are happy with their care arrangements and, above all, make time to be calm with your child. If, despite al your efforts, the tick persists  consult your doctor.

Display your family photos on the wall for your children to see, so you will have better family connection and it’s always nice to see how your beautiful kids grows.
Make sure you have at least one family portrait session with your photographer like myself. I am confident that it will be worth investment after all.

Author: Katsu Nojiri

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Cherish your doctor

Cherish your doctor

If you like and respect your doctor, make sure that you don’t miss appointment or waste time during the consultations. Always follow advice and encourage your children to be polite and compliant. A good doctor is a huge asset to a family, particularly in the early years, so show your gratitude through your family’s good manners.

If you don’t have to take the whole family to the doctor, leave them behind and just take whoever needs to go. Why expose everyone to waiting-room bugs if its not strictly necessary.

Keep it with your health visitor. Health visitors are not only for the early months, they are there to help you throughout your kid’s childhoods. If there’s something worrying you or you’d like to chat about a problem, seek their advice. They can offer invaluable support and wisdom for your children, babies and whole family.

Get information to help you decide whether or not to immunise your children or babies, and against which diseases. Try not to avoid the issue or delay the jabs because the experience becomes more uncomfortable and traumatic as your child get older and more aware of what is happening.

Give them a small piece of chocolate or another favourite snacks to treat your children after that.

Author: Katsu Nojiri

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Break the mould

Break the mould

If you are feeling stuck in a rut, try being more adventurous with the choices that are already available to you. Even small changes can be refreshing. Try different foods, or drinks, read a new genre of novel  or bush walking or take some photos with your phone, or visit the places that you have never been to before. (Don’t forget to take your camera to snap!)

Be selective. Commit yourself to whatever you feel is really worthwhile, but beware of saying yes to every request that is made to you. You can not take other people kid’s to school and help in the school library and go on the school outing and undertake fund-raising and ferry a bunch of kids or babies home for tea and you then be fresh for your own children. Only undertake what you can achieve comfortably.

Relax with a drink. If you like to chill out with a drink in the evening, save it until after your children gone to bed. Early evening is a busy time with kids, and alcohol can make make it less easy to cope with conflicting.

Get the professional photographer to take some family photos at least once a year as your children grows so quickly. You don’t want to miss opportunity!

Author: Katsu Nojiri

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