Always have a backup plan in Melbourne!!
when deciding on your location shoot, it pays to have a backup plan, while it was only light rain, you just never know what the day will bring.
Stunning laid back couple!!! they were just adorable. I love the back story for their chosen location in Williamstown.
Gorgeous couple in their own world, made me smile as it didn’t take long before they forgot i was even there…
Pre Wedding Shoot
A great way to get to know each other before your big day.
With every wedding package (over $1,500.00) A 45 minute complimenty couples shoot is included with your wedding package, valued at ($320.00) In studio or your favourite location. 5 full resolution digital files.
Feeling very grateful today with life….All the amazing opportunities I have had over the past 7 years, creating precious moments for so many, As a token of my gratitude I am offering the first 5 people to contact me this gift from my heart. It can be used towards any full Portrait shoot or prints. A gift for you or to give to someone you love. From me to you.
Shoots valued $300.00 or more.
Feel free to share with family and friends…Have a beautiful day.
For every shoot a loan is made to
Weddings, Portrait. Corporate Photographer
Based in Taylors Hill, Melbourne
Two sweet sisters modelled for community photography group in Gordon.
Just adorable, cheeky with a dash of giggles.
http://www.silviatomarchiophotography.com/weddings.html What a great day with so many photo opportunities for this gorgeous couple, so happy the rain held off!!
A little history on this well known wedding location.
The earliest buildings at Victoria Barracks were built by soldiers in the late 1850s, with the original bluestone buildings being constructed between 1856 and 1872. A large extension was made to officers’ quarters in 1917 but with the growth of service personnel and civilian staff at the beginning of the Second World War, space was at a premium.
Victoria Barracks was the administrative headquarters for the Australian Army but to ensure the close coordination of the three services necessary to the war effort, the Barracks also became the administrative headquarters of the Royal Australian Navy and Royal Australian Air Force.
As well, accommodation needed to be found at the Barracks for Ministers and staff travelling to meetings of the War Cabinet and the Advisory War Council in Melbourne.
Victoria Barracks, Melbourne, 1943
Victoria Barracks, 1943. View of main building looking across St. Kilda Road.
Australian War Memorial: ID 052350
Consideration was even given to utilising nearby parks as temporary homes for the overflow, and this led to the unsuccessful ‘Fawkner Park grab’ which prompted an anonymous poet from the Defence Department to put pen to paper:
Well a few attempts with this pano, might have to go back and try again, nearly got it!!!