Wednesday 30 October 2019

Bali family photo shoot with Avara photography

We’ve all heard the saying, “A picture is worth a thousand words”. Well, when you’re on an island paradise like Bali, you want the pictures to do all the talking! 

For Jake and myself, the most important thing is time with our family, creating memories and documenting our life together. So we often arrange photo shoots while travelling. This way we have beautiful professional photos that capture memories that we can print out and keep forever. We have photos from all over the world on the walls of our home including Paris, Santorini, Dubai and London just to name a few. We have worked with some incredible photographers and knew that we wanted to have some family photos taken during our time in Bali.

You can always use a selfie stick to take pictures with the whole family, but it’s often worth your time and money to take it a step further and hire a professional to take your photos. My sister Larissa from The Leo Style put me in touch with Avara Photography who did a photo shoot with them while on their trip to Bali. Their photos were incredible and it made me so excited to get together with Avara and create our own.

Avara Photography were so friendly and easy to communicate with. After speaking with them it was decided that we would shoot at the famous Tegalalang Rice Terraces which made for a breathtaking backdrop. The best thing about working with destination photographers is that they know all the best locations and photo vantage points. They picked us up from our accommodation early in the morning, allowing us to have the place to ourselves and making the most of that magical morning light. We had so much fun shooting with them surrounded by this famous world heritage icon. 

We absolutely adore these family photos and Avara Photography captured our love and emotion perfectly.

1 comment:

  1. Awwww beautiful photography! Dedex owner of Avara Photography is our friend at house complex he also multitalent person. He currently build a business called NUKAD (Instagram @nukad.tampaksiring) because since pandemic I think their photography job is lot of cancelled. Hope you can visit Bali island anymore. Cheers!