My style is fresh, intimate and candid – in the photojournalist tradition. My approach is to capture the essence of a person at a specific moment in time. It is about preserving a memory so that one day you can look back at your photos with a smile and say “I remember”. This is why I became a photographer, it is my passion and what I love to do when my clients ask me to photograph their weddings, business, children and families.

My clients love the fact that I give them a customized product. This is not a formulaic department store experience.
From start to finish my goal is to provide you with excellent service and beautiful photos and high quality photos.

Edward Johnstone

How long have you been a photographer?
I started taking photos 15 years ago with a Pentax MZ-30. I started looking at looking to make it a profession in 2007.

Have you got any qualifications ?
I studied photojournalism with Moshe rosenzveig at UTS and took three courses through The Australian Centre Of Photography.

Do you have a style of photos?
Yes, I do like the more photojournalist approach as in letting things flow and creating the best images that I see. A lot of clients send me their pintrest boards and ask me to merge some of the photos with mine which I’m more than happy to do.

Do you travel for weddings?
Yes indeed, I have traveled interstate and rural NSW. I am also partners and co owner of Ivory events, a wedding planning business based in Bail and also covers Byron bay. (subject to the location reduced rates may apply) 

Do you have a favourite part of doing wedding photography?
Would be the the satisfaction I get from the bride and groom when they first see the photos. Usually ,the best photos come from the times where they aren’t aware that a photo is being taken.

What are you the moments you enjoy on the day the most?
The bride and groom getting ready are always good and amazing. Sometimes crazy moments. Also speeches and the first dance are some of the most memorable.

How many images will I receive?
Depending on the package and how many hours  anywhere from 200-1000.

Can I have my images retouched?
Every single finished image you will receive is hand touched not done through a batch process.

Do I need to pay a deposit?
Yes, a 25% deposit when you book then the remaining balance will be paid the week before.

What payment methods do you accept?
Cash, cheque and direct deposit.