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Jennifer Stocks Photographer – The Blog Contemporary Portraiture by Bathurst & Orange Photographer Jennifer Stocks. Award Winning newborn, baby, child and family portraiture. Fun, colourful, vibrant modern portraiture in Bathurst, Orange, Lithgow, Oberon, Blayney, Millthorpe bio picture
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    NSW AIPP Photographer of the Year 2014, NSW AIPP Portrait Photographer of the Year 2014, NSW AIPP Highest Scoring Print Award 2014, Finalist NSW AIPP Family Photographer 2013.

    I am a professional newborn, baby and family photographing serving Bathurst, Orange & Central West NSW. Enjoy my blogsite!

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Harlow – [Bathurst & Orange Baby Photographer]

A few more older sessions…

Sweet little Harlow is a cute kid. An adorable kid. A happy kid. A sweet kid. She’s also a ‘Heart Kid’. So, the beads you see in this post are very significant to her family – reminding them of just how many tough times they have experienced in her short little life. I was going to link to her newborn photos, but I can’t locate them on my blog! I might have to go back into my files to find some and post below. Jen x

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Four from Five [Bathurst & Orange family photographer]

From long ago… again… Zoe and her beautiful kids came for a follow up session after their newborn which you can see HERE. These guys are pretty rad. So many similarities between our families with the older boys and baby girl. Jen x

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Reacquainting with an old friend.

As many of my Facebook / blog  followers will already know, I’ve been taking leave from my business since the start of the year. During this time I’ve still been doing a little bit of work (for clients who had already booked, as well as ‘Pure Baby’ sessions for my newborn clients). Mostly though, I’ve been using this time to reconnect with myself and my family. After almost 7 years in business + 4 kids, I’ve finally had some time to think, feel, see and connect with the things that really matter to me. This has also seen me revisit an old friend of mine – film photography. There is something so beautiful about respecting each and every frame you take, and putting more thought into the composition, exposure and expression of every image. The mood, the colours, and realness… it’s got me. Big time. And, thanks to a conversation with a great friend of mine yesterday I decided to share what I’ve been up to ‘creatively’ of late. I’ve even blogged it, which is a minor miracle in itself. Enjoy, Jen x

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Angela Solling - August 28, 2014 - 4:32 am

Oh be still my heart… this is just insanely gorgeous my friend. The tones. Swoon. SO lovely. xx

The geyer family – [bathurst & orange family photographer ]

These guys are such a fun, beautiful family. I’ve photographed them a few times and it is always fun to be in their company. Jen x

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Marsha - January 10, 2014 - 4:49 am

Looks like I have some catching up to do! Was looking for your photo a day project! These are gorgeous! What a stunning family. x

sarah black - August 11, 2014 - 7:24 am

Pure amazingness. Wow.