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Category Archives: Portraits

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.

I reckon about every three years you need to do a professional portrait update. Your body and face change, you grow your hair, you get glasses, you drop some weight (or put on, as is the case for me!). I’m a bit slow on that uptake and have been using the same portrait (a selfie, […]

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Merry Christmas!! Yes today is a day off from working, but you know me, it’s hard to put the camera down. I kept it by my side this year, for most of the day and I thought I’d post a few frames here. In the morning I saw my sister, brother-in-law and their children. In […]

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Berlin has been unbelievably good to me.  In my Berlin Portrait series I captured fleeting moments in time in the loungerooms, bedrooms and kitchens of six amazing ladies. They willingly gave me their time and space to make a record of who they are at this moment in their lives. Kerstin is my final Berlin […]

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Phia is my latest muse in my Berlin Portrait series. An absolutely lovely creature and a delight to photograph. Thank you Phia, it was lovely capturing you in your home and hearing your story. Phia ‘Where I live is described as ‘dreiländereck’ – literally ‘corner of three lands’. I think that makes it sound like […]

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In my on-going series of Berlin Portraits, today I am introducing Anne….the rest is for you to ponder and enjoy. Thank you Anne, I love your result – you are uniquely you. B xx Anne ‘Moving to Berlin was not part of my life plan, and, despite having been here for over a year, I […]

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In my continuing series of portraits on people living in Berlin, my newest one is on Elmi, beautiful Elmi! The text is written by Elmi herself. I hope you love these images as much as I do. Bxx Elmi “Today I woke up on the wrong foot. I had a bad night and must have […]

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Farah Lambert - June 14, 2012 - 8:11 pm

U are beautiful inside out gf.

Beth Jennings - June 15, 2012 - 8:24 pm

Farah, you are SO right!! She is beautiful. xx

I’d like to explore why people are here in Berlin. What are they doing here, what’s attracted them, has it delivered, or disappointed? Everyone has a different story and I’d like to discover these people and present them to you. Each person will be asked to write something about their life here to accompany the […]

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Always the pessimist | Berlin Domestic - June 13, 2012 - 2:54 pm

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The story begins with a British chap called Stephen transferred to Sydney with work. Enter Teena, a fateful encounter at a work function, and the rest, as they say, is history. [youtube_sc url=” http://youtu.be/GAyjGpOoHG4″ modestbranding=”1″ autohide=”1″] Teena and Stephen live in Sydney with their little man Noah. He was always going to be called Noah, […]

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Gail Wooldridge - December 5, 2011 - 11:05 pm

For a mum to see her first borne so incredibly loving and happy is just fabulous. These photographs have captured the essence of the family relationship and I feel so very proud to know that this little family is part of mine.

From a very proud grandma, mother and mother-in-law.

Best wishes
Gail xx

Beth Jennings - December 6, 2011 - 6:30 pm

Gail what an amazingly proud thing to say. Thank you so much for taking the time to put down your thoughts here. It’s so great that you’re so proud of your family and that this collection reflects all that you see in them. Bethxxx

As a family, David and Alissa always want family photos.  The trick for them is finding someone with a trained eye, that can see everyone there.  They have two lovely boys, Harry (Henry, actually, but known as Harry) and Archer, otherwise known as Arch or Archie.  Archie is just one month old.  This is a […]

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David Pearson - December 1, 2011 - 10:22 am

Dear Beth

You have helped us to capture a series of memories for our family that are at once beautiful, fragile and unique. The glorious collection of our family, our Slice of Heaven, are a constant reminder of how lucky we are and the joy of living and love that binds us.

Thank you so very very much

Alissa, David, Harry and Archer

Beth Jennings - December 2, 2011 - 2:18 pm

Wow David what an amazing comment, thank you so so much. I loved creating this beautiful collection for you, and I love that you love it all so much!
You are so very very welcome.
Beth

When I met with Terry and Mia, and heard about their unique family, I thought, you bet, let’s go! They own Foxy’s Landscapes, and have been contributing their amazing design and landscaping skills to the Canberra region for years.  They’ve been so busy meeting other people’s needs that they were forgetting their own. They knew […]

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Kathy - November 10, 2011 - 8:02 am

Beth. Those pictures are stunning. What a beautiful family (and garden).

Beth Jennings - December 2, 2011 - 2:19 pm

:) Thank you Kathy for your thoughts you are so right, they are a stunning family and their world is really something to behold.

It’s really something, bringing a new baby into the world.  I mean, really, something. Katti and Björn have just had their second baby, Bent. He now accompanies his big brother Jan.  Katti and Björn are from northern Germany, (Bent is in fact a Danish name). I met them here in Hannover in 2007. When I […]

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Marianne Blöcker - September 5, 2011 - 2:40 am

Hallo!
I am very happy to see this little family in such nice fotos.
I wish I could have such nice ones of my sons family! Which is lovely , too, of course.
Thank you, where ever you are!
Marianne

Beth Jennings - September 6, 2011 - 8:27 am

Hello Marianne! Thank you so much for the lovely comment! Yes, I feel every family deserves to have this kind of photography, it’s a very unique way of photographing family, purely my own! Keep in touch, you never know I may just return one day to Hannover!