Chelsea Haworth Photography’s favourite spot to photograph in New Zealand

As an award winning photography studio of expectant mothers, newborns, and families in Auckland, we understand the patience required to keep young children entertained! Fortunately, Auckland is packed with family-friendly days out and activities to entertain babies and toddlers right up to the adults! It’s crucial to find the perfect setting to capture the most intimate moments in your life, luckily New Zealand provide ample inspiration.

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The Auckland Domain is a beautiful park with walkways canopied by overhanging trees. It also features a Winter Garden observatory, and babies and toddlers will especially enjoy the duck pond, which has its own fountain. We love going to the Auckland Domain for work and for family time!

Auckland is an extremely photogenic city, which keeps us camera busy clicking all year round. But she also loves to head out to the rugged west coast beaches to capture gorgeous scenes.

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To find out our favourite location for shoots, as well as those of other premier New Zealand photographers check out Expedia’s recent article, ‘Photographers Share New Zealand’s Most Scenic Locations‘. The article also gives budding photographers great tips on how and when to click.

“The best time to shoot? Sunset, says Chelsea Haworth, when ‘the sky has incredible displays of blue, red, orange and pink’.”

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Wherever and whenever you find inspiration, New Zealand offers a plethora of great options for creative and gorgeous photo backgrounds.

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