Daryl Gordon Photography is a family-run professional photography business with its studio in Balnarring on the Mornington Peninsula, serving both the peninsula and Melbourneʼs south eastern suburbs. I have been working as a professional photographer for more than 19 years.
Ten years of that time was spent with a regional newspaper group photographing everything and everybody day in and day out, constantly working to deadlines. You learn very quickly about making connections with people in order to get the very best pictorial results.
Today I bring this experience, creativity and passion together to produce exceptional photography for you my clients. We specialise in professional photography for businesses, family and general portraiture and a complete range of services for event organisers. For businesses we photograph locations and personnel, products and general marketing collateral.
Either by capturing beautiful family moments in the studio or on location or providing a broad cross section of photography art, Daryl Gordon Photography continues to satisfy all your professional photography needs both on theMornington Peninsula and across Melbourneʼs south eastern suburbs.– Daryl Gordon
FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHY IS ABOUT CREATING MEMORIES
Capturing images that tell the stories of your family, the relationships, the interactions, and the love.
You know yourself how certain music, scents, and photos bring milestone events rushing back. Events like marriage, births, celebrations and holidays.
I love having the opportunity to help create your memories by capturing natural photographs of family life that are beautiful, spontaneous and emotive.
This is why I am so passionate about photographing individuals and families in their sacred spaces. Over the years I’ve photographed people in parks, at the beach, in studios, in backyards, in churches, in cars and in family homes.
Some of the most memorable images have been captured in family homes. After all, it’s where families hang out, it’s where the stories unfold, it’s where the love is shared.
So where is your sacred space?
SHOW THE WORLD WHO YOU ARE!
Think about the importance you place on putting a face to a name … or a voice.Everybody feels the same. Why do newspapers and magazines invariably publish a photo of people they write about? Itʼs human nature to want to see images of the people we are reading about or dealing with. However, increasingly we are connected online to people weʼve never me face to face.
Often we havenʼt even heard them speak. Ask yourself about basic trust. Do you feel more comfortable dealing with people whose face youʼve seen or voice youʼve heard? If we want to attract customers, we must allow them to get to know us. We must share with them more than just our name. You donʼt display your photo as part of your social media and online profiles because of how good looking you are; you want others to relate to you on a more human level.
That is an essential part of developing and deepening your relationships. The essence of social media is engagement, informative conversations and trust. When it comes to choosing your photo, it should be a close-up shot or head shot.
GREAT PRODUCT PHOTOGRAPHY SELLS PRODUCT.
Businesses requiring product photography want quality, convenience and
competitive prices. Over 18 years Daryl Gordon Photography has refined its
processes to deliver quality product images within set deadlines and within
For client convenience we have a fully-equipped studio in Balnarring, on the
Mornington Peninsula, offering multiple background options. Also, we have the
capacity to create studio conditions at your workplace.
Daryl Gordon Photography specialises in retail photography for online and
printed catalogues, and marketing image requirements.
LET THE TEAM AT DARYL GORDON PHOTOGRAPHY TAKE CARE
OF YOUR EVENT PHOTOGRAPHY
Youʼre planning a business event or function to get closer to your clients. Your
expertise will be on show and some dignitaries and industry experts will be on
hand. Impressive and expensive, but you think you can save by getting one of
the staff to take some pictures. Probably a mistake on several levels. Will your
clients look like startled ghosts because the lighting is wrong? Will these clients
thank you for posting less-than-flattering photos? Itʼs unlikely these photos will
add class and credibility to your website and social media platforms? Will the
money you spend on staging an event to showcase your business be reflected
in pictures taken by an amateur?