By: Infocus Photography & Video | June 13, 2017

As much as we loved creating some out-of-the-box headshots for Adrian Smith of Landmark Harcourts Ballarat recently, there's always a place for traditional formal headshots as well. Margo came to see us recently to produce some classy, traditional images of her to accompany a job application. We were wowed by her presentation and would have hired her on the spot, but apparently she had a different line of work in mind!

By: Infocus Photography & Video | June 05, 2017

And by "box", we mean studio.


Are you looking for something a little different for your corporate headshot, other than the usual formal shot on a white background? Local real estate agent Adrian Smith of Landmark Harcourts Ballarat was. His old headshot just didn't seem to represent who he is and what he does. So when he came to us looking for something more appropriate to his line of work, we suggested that as a man of the land, he should be photographed there.


Adrian specialises in rural property, so it was clear to us that he should be photographed in his element, where he is most comfortable. The result? More relaxed, natural images that properly introduce Adrian to his clients.

By: Infocus Photography & Video | March 16, 2017

We're super excited to be offering Easter mini sessions on location this year!


We had so much fun and got some great shots from our last mini sessions in the studio, but we thought the weather was so beautiful at this time of year we'd much rather be outside with our brand new teepee.

By: Infocus Photography & Video | February 21, 2017

Most of us have old family photographs at home, in cupboards, drawers and albums, in frames on walls or tucked away with other precious family keepsakes of generations passed. Often they are faded, bent, torn, cracked or folded, certainly not looking as good as they did the day they were printed.


We recently completed a wedding portrait restoration for local business manager Louise Jones of Ballarat Family Guide, and she was so thrilled with the result we asked her to tell you all about it.


Infocus: What is the origin of the photograph?
Louise: This is my grandparents' wedding portrait from the very early 1950s. They were married in Serbia and only had a handful of photos on their wedding day, but this one was a black & white image that ha...