Launceston family photographer

Sunset cousins lifestyle session | Launceston photographer

I love when clients come to me for a special session like this. They wanted a photo done of the cousins together to give as a wedding anniversary present to their parents. Had to keep this one quiet for awhile, but heard back they loved their gift. 

This was the sweetest little session held at sunset, to give that beautiful glow. Here are a few of my favourites from our sunset cousin lifestyle session.

Finding Light Project | Night Light | Meghann Maguire Photography

This month was free choice for Jade and I finding light project. We ended up choosing the same, because we spent a bit of time chasing the aurora. Tasmania was pretty lucky this month with a few spectacular shows. I managed to capture my first and got to do it twice this month.

I've caught a new bug!!!

I'm really enjoying getting my camera out at night. One of the nights lady aurora didn't show. But with the moon so bright we got some pretty cool pictures of Mt Roland. Man it was cold but so worth staying out till 3am. Hope you enjoy some of my night image. Please go and check Jades images out. We have very different pictures of the same setting, because we had different lenses on. Head on over to Jade's here.

Finding light project | Low light | Meghann Maguire Photgraphy

Bon fire night with super sized marshmallows, perfect for this months theme low light.

You'll find my friend Jade and her images here. She also has a few tips on how to take pictures in low light.

Training to champ | Launceston photographer

Last year my husband decided to finally compete in the Australian nationals for track cycling. He's talked about this for many years. I guess life got in the way. Mostly building a family and this was his year to do it.

I'm so inspired by his dedication and most of all determination. It was tough on us all, at times I felt like a single mother and the kids missed their dad. Especially towards the end, but I'm so proud of him for sticking to his goal and coming out a Australian gold and silver cycling champion.

From the beginning of him training I decided to document his progress, from his workouts in the shed with the kids watching, to weekly training nights at the velodrome, the Christmas carnivals, family and friends coming to cheer him on, ice baths and finally coming home from Sydney with his medals. 

I hope you enjoy the images I've taken from this inspiring journey. I know we will cherish and this will be a great lesson for the kids to look back at.