Ballarat Historical Portraits
OPENING CELEBRATION SPECIALS from $25
Our first session at Ballarat Historical Portraits is this SATURDAY from 2:30pm. So let’s celebrate with a PORTRAIT SHOOTS FROM AN AMAZING $25 !!!
* SINGLE: just $25 (one print)
* COUPLE: just $32 (two prints)
* FAMILY: you’ve got it for an amazing $40!!! (4 prints)
Print size is A6 (aprox 15cm x 10cm), and we’ll hold these prices for JANUARY!
The Ballarat Tramway Museum has a number of heritage uniforms available for customers to use for portraits. These include winter great coats and summer jackets, caps, ties and even shirts! You can hire these for a simple gold coin donation.
There are also a number of vintage and retro boutiques in Ballarat, as well as op shops, from which you can buy retro outfits for very little to help make your portrait shoot extra special.
I WANT A CONDUCTOR!
Museum staff are ready to make themselves available for shoots as conductors or drivers to lend a further touch of authenticity to your shoot, and you can have some real fun with this, such as:
* a conductor selling you a ticket
* you looking embarrassed by lack of means to pay
* a conductor assisting you
* you can even pose talking to the driver from just behind his cab.
There’s endless ideas and fun to be had. If you brainstorm according to your liking or group, you can plan several things we can pose during the shoot and you can pick the one you think turns out best for a print!
a few times a year, we’ll nominate the ‘MOST CREATIVE PHOTO’ and give an award/poster to the winners!
I’m doing free portraits for volunteers at Ballarat Tramway Museum as a thank you to the museum for hosting my portrait service. I think it would be great to see the walls of the museum adorned with historical looking portraits of staff! So if you’re a volunteer at the museum, either come on down and grab a uniform to get your portrait in, or come dressed for the occasion in anything from 1930s to 1970s gear! You can come this Saturday 14th, or any Saturday over weeks to come! If you let the museum know you’re coming, they can make sure they have outfits available and let me know to expect you 🙂