Family Photography Sessions with me are relaxed and enjoyable. They are simply about capturing precious time for your family together, as they should be. You will look back at these incredible memories and remember the little moments and quirks your children had. They will look back and see things in their family they never saw before. The love and the laughter that was always there but was captured with this incredible experience for them to relieve those times again and again.


Capturing your children's photograph as they are babies, toddlers, school age children. As a family photographer, I relish the opportunity to bring you together and put these memories on the wall for you to relive time, and time again.


Read on below to find out more.

Session Information


The session fee is $195 and is due at the time of booking. Each session includes:

  • A 1-2 hour session for your family anywhere in Brisbane
  • An online, watermarked web gallery available for 2 weeks to select and purchase your images.
  • A 1 hour Zoom Print Consultation with Lynda (if requested)


Digital File Packages


Digital Files are available, and are downloaded from your online gallery.

  • 5 digitals $750
  • 10 digitals $1200
  • 20 digitals $2000

Art Gallery Package


The Gallery $2200


  • 60X80cm Framed
  • 30X46cm Framed X2
  • 20 digital files
New Image under construction

a la carte items


A selection of prints and products are available for purchase separately. My most popular products are listed below however please contact me if you would like something specific and I will prepare a customised quote for you.

8X10 fine art print (or smaller) $95

11X14 fine art print $135


16X24inch Canvas/Wood Print $664

20x30inch Canvas/Wood Print $808


Custom sizing, and print framing is available on request.




Chapel Hill, QLD 4069.


Lynda Coulson Photography



Form submitted successfully, thank you.Error submitting form, please try again.

When people look at my pictures, I want them to feel the way they do when they want to read a line of a poem twice.


Robert Frank