Today, we are sharing a vintage session by the talented Angie of Angie Roe Photography. Angie lives is Avon Valley, Western Australia. You can follow her here:
Angie describes herself as " I'm a wife and mother, and a self declared homebody, although I do still love the occasional random night out. I live in an old stone farmhouse set in the middle of an olive grove, which is set in the middle of our family farm. Which means I live where I grew up. I got my first camera when I was 6, and proceeded to take photos of my cats for the remainder of my primary school years. I then took photos of my friends throughout High school and Uni, some of whom were also cats. This led me to my career in photography around the same time.".
This is what Angie had to say about this session:
This session was shot for local friend and artist Rennie Langham and her family just over two years ago, when I was wanting to build my Family Lifestyle portfolio, to give people an idea of what lifestyle and environmental portraiture is all about (to me, anyway!). It was shot in their beautiful, eclectic 1920’s rural home, over four hours one Saturday morning, the idea being that we would create a snapshot of their daily life on an average weekend morning. This family lives and breathes vintage, and their home is full of antique and collectable items, vintage, retro, upcycled and recycled finds, providing me with the perfect backdrop for a really unique and personal family lifestyle / environmental shoot. All images were shot with my Fuji X mirrorless cameras, and edited with VSCO presets. My shooting style has always been much the same, but I tend to edit for the session, in order to create something really unique for each family. And in this case, I think the end result was just perfect for these guys!