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Whenever I think corporate, I think hospital corners. Suits and ties, everybody blending in and working together for the greater good of the company. The personalities of individual employees isn’t particularly valued. There’s a ‘public persona’ that everyone puts on to appear professional. And it’s interesting, because in reality, quite often, that’s not what’s going […]

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Have you noticed your viewing behaviour when you are checking out a person’s professional profile online? It can be in a formal space like LinkedIn or Business Chicks, or informally such as in a personal profile on Facebook. Soozey Johnstone Method 9 If you’re anything like me, then you don’t have much time which means […]

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Maria Simonelli - September 9, 2014 - 6:08 am

great post, amazing head shots

Beth Jennings Photography - September 9, 2014 - 7:39 am

Oh thanks Maria, thats uber cool of you to say!

As you know I work with families to capture their Family Story, which in a perfect world involves me spending two hours plus with them. We create a collection of images that tells the story of their moment in time and showcase the results in beautiful product including bespoke books and artworks. I’ve been thinking […]

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Sandy McDonald - September 3, 2014 - 8:26 am

What a treasure it is to have had Beth’s gentle, insightful, tender and quite unique approach to real life family photography directed toward little Tully. Thank you Beth. I cannot recommend her talent highly enough. This one momento will stay with us always.

Sandy McDonald - September 3, 2014 - 8:27 am

What a treasure it is to have had Beth’s gentle, insightful, tender and quite unique approach to real life family photography directed toward little Tully. Thank you Beth. I cannot recommend her talent highly enough. This one momento will stay with us always.

Beth Jennings - September 5, 2014 - 11:19 pm

Ah thankyou Sandy and Geoff!!!

Are you a business owner who is currently thinking, I need to get some photos done…gulp…it’s going to be expensive for a just a few head shots, I’ll put that off for a while…? Then you’re not alone. Michael Hanrahan helps business authors to self-publish their books. In his words, he said he needed a […]

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[youtube_sc url=”http://youtu.be/uUZVMwydhFY” autohide=”1″] If this video didn’t load, click here. Think back to a short family holiday you took, say, five years ago. Do you find that what you remember of it is a few fleeting images? Here’s another question: when you take a little family holiday, do you take pictures? Earlier this year my […]

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Hi Beth,  John, Nina and the rest of the team are really happy with the collection. John is particularly impressed by how well you captured our culture. Also, what is really nice is that everyone looks like themselves. Our space looks great too. Thanks so much!! Sarah, Executive Designer, ThinkPlace Recently I was in the nation’s […]

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In the digital age of photography, do you find you take more pictures now than ever before? And do you think that’s a good thing? That you can take more, because costs have come down and you no longer pay for film and processing? If you’re thinking yes, more is better, then my question is […]

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Vardi Jacobs - June 23, 2014 - 6:21 pm

I loved every word that you wrote and devoured every grain/texture/light/detail of the finished photos of your nephew, Angus. I am “guilty” of taking zillions of photos of the family occasion/travel spot/person and have not yet selected the best of the bunch.
Thank you for reminding me that less is more in photography as it is in cooking, letter writing, chats with long time friends and strangers alike.
Vardi

This week I was in Geelong to photograph a book launch event by the one and only Kylie Bartlett. Kylie Bartlett is known as The Web Celeb and she helps businesses become web famous. Her book is called Friends with Benefits. If you’re publishing a book and thinking about a launch, here are some great […]

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Olga Strachan - May 2, 2014 - 1:49 am

This is fantastic advice Beth, well put together!

Linda Wilson - May 2, 2014 - 3:54 am

Great share Beth thank you! #KB #thewebceleb strikes again with her outstanding branding and on point message.

Bridget Pennington - May 2, 2014 - 4:33 am

Beautifully put together Beth. Love it! I’m excited to see your book too :)

Christina Morgan-Meldrum - May 2, 2014 - 6:07 am

Love a good summary and you nailed it!

Michelle Astudillo - May 2, 2014 - 8:03 am

Thanks Beth for the insights & Congrats Kylie!

Michelle Astudillo - May 2, 2014 - 8:04 am

Thanks Beth for the insights & Congrats Kylie!

Baby & Bump Massage - May 2, 2014 - 10:59 am

Love these hot tips. Just took notes for my upcoming belated opening party :) Thanks Beth xx

Christina Morgan-Meldrum - May 3, 2014 - 3:09 am

Love a good summary and you nailed it!

I love photographing people in their real life. There’s something indescribably awesome about slotting into the vibe of a gathering of people and being able to capture the vibe, emotion and connections. This works in so many areas of life, but for me it becomes really interesting in the family and business sectors. These days, […]

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Baby & Bump Massage - April 28, 2014 - 9:00 am

This is awesome Beth, thank you! Jules xx

I’ve been working with entrepreneurs and small business owners who need professional portraits that speak accurately to their brand, that show them in their best light and tell their audience exactly who they are (usually online) before they meet them in person. So photography is a really important step for them, and a step I […]

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I took my photo group this week to Herring Island in Melbourne. It’s a small island, very natural and largely untouched that is accessed by a little punt across the Yarra River. When I arrived we had about 60 attendees and I thought, it’s a cloudy day and not a lot to do on this […]

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Gillian Jervis - March 5, 2014 - 8:08 pm

Great tips, thanks Beth. I have young kids & they (still) enjoy posing for me so that I can practice my skills.