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Trekking the coast for Emergence

The guys at Emergence Festival ask us to give a workshop to inspire young photographers this year so we did one on how to handle a photoshoot brief from start to finish! This showed photographers how to  handle the brief, write a treatment, how to brief a stylist and make up artist and work as a team. Then we went out and showed them how we would shoot it.  We only had three hours for the whole thing from start to finish. Above are a few photos from the shoot.

Big thanks to Emergence and in particular Lauren Tricket for the organization. Stylist - Coco Adrian, Make Up and Hair - Michelle and Jess @ Edward Scissorhands, Riversmith for the location and last but not least Camera Electronic for the support, promotion of the event, promo bags and camera gear. Thanks to our talents - Bobbie, Ren and Michael.

 

 

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Iluma for Mirvac

In February, it was early mornings and late nights spent in the Swan Valley area to get an erray of photos for Mirvac's new development. The hero shots were the most dificult so to find the right balance of background, light and creativity but in all very rewarding to have pushed ourselves to achieve what we did. Thanks to Juicebox for the vote of confidence!

Make up: KT Crocker

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Isabel posted on

Stunning, love these

Nicolino Giangiordano posted on

As always, beautiful images boys. Well done.

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Burn off

On the side of the Festival mentioned in my previous post. I got to shoot some cane cutters burning off excess dry foliage on the ground! Take a look...

Shot on the island of Mauritius.

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Mindarie

The right talent means a lot to us! It means you can get the right look, attitude and feel in your photos! Talent being one of the many important things like styling, great make up and hair, location and the list goes on. In fact there is not one thing that is less important than the others. They are all equally important and they come together to create some beautiful photos. This is a little job we did for the wonderful people at Mindarie Keys with the help of a great team through Humaan and Marcus Canning!

Here are just a snippet of what was shot on the day!

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Mada

I had the opportunity to travel to Madagascar to do some work and took time also to get some black and white photos in between shoots. This place is so big, it takes time to go from one side to the other! There is still so much of the old Africa you can find there!! 

Shot on 6x6 TriX Film with a Hasselblad.

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Mikee S posted on

Awesome shots guys.

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A change in landscape

December was the busiest time that Erick and I ever experienced and we got to work with some great people doing some great things and on the last day of all the madness, I got on a bus to travel with my family and the inlaws all the way to Hervey bay in Queensland then to Byron, Coffs, Hunter Valley, Blue Mountain, Barossa Valley, the Nullabor and back home. A three week stink that made me saw quite a bit of the country... My Pentax 6x7 broke half way through and I therefore relied on my iphone for the rest of the trip!! I never considered taking photos seriously with the iphone as i consider it a bit of a novelty for instagram or social media antics but this thing packs quite a punch with great resolution and photos that can be used!! The following photos are from the Nullabor leg of a changing landscape and colours!! Most taken on the mooving bus! It really blew my mind...

Happy New Year!!

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Simone W posted on

Gorgeous, gorgeous photos - would love to see the ones taken from your Pentax!

Tamara posted on

I love these photos. So beautiful.

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BTS for Tango Underpants

We both flew to Argentina to be the still photographers for the short film Tango Underpants. It's the story of a girl having to come to terms with wearing revealing underwear with a Tango Dress she wants to buy. It was lots of fun with way to much beef and red wine!! Buenos Aires is incredibly beautiful in terms of architecture and the people here are super nice.

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Sydney

Erick and I went to Sydney for a few appointments taking a few snap in between meetings...

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