Category Archives: Photography by Natasha

Johannesburg Cake Smash Photography – Rorisang’s Princess Cake Smash

What a happy little chappy Miss Rorisang was at her cake smash!  View full post »

Johannesburg Family Photography – The Cilliers Family

We had so much fun playing dress up! Girls are so much fun 😉View full post »

Johannesburg Cake Smash Photography – Lena’s floral themed cake smash

Little Lena enjoyed her cake! She is so gentle with everything she does, the floral theme definitely describes her personality <3View full post »

Johannesburg Cake Smash Photography – Dr Seuss themed cake smash

I have so much fun doing different set ups! And this little guy destroyed his cake! With the help of his sister 🙂View full post »

Johannesburg Cake Smash Photography – Khatontle’s cake smash

Little Khatontle is such a happy little girl! And her brother Khotso is just as divine!  View full post »

Johannesburg Cake Smash Photography – Laila’s Unicorn Cake Smash

Little Laila was just over a year at her cake smash, what a sweetheart she is! Very delicate with everything she touches <3View full post »

Johannesburg Christmas Photography – The Singh Family

Merry Christmas to “The Sing” Family <3 Thank you for coming back to do your Christmas Shoot with us!      View full post »

Johannesburg Christmas Photoshoot – The Chima Family

Christmas came early for The Chima’s, little Kene wasn’t too happy but still gave us a little smile here and there <3 MerryView full post »

Johannesburg Maternity photography – Michelene’s Maternity Session

Myself and Daigan absolutely enjoyed this shoot! We took a drive out to The Vaal one Sunday afternoon where we met Michelene and herView full post »

Johannesburg Cake Smash Photography – Otsiles little guy

It was finally time for this little guys shoot! He got so nice and messy and smashed his cake!  View full post »

Johannesburg Spaghetti Smash photography – Andzani’s Spaghetti Smash

Little Andzani has allergies for cakes, so we decided to do a Spaghetti Smash! He absolutely enjoyed that idea!      View full post »