Profoto B1 Review

As professional photographers, we travel a lot and demand our gear to perform when its needed most, and thats exactly why we’re long time Profoto users – after a bad and very expensive incident with another well known lighting brand.

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Creative Days – James Johnston

We were recently approach by Australian Idol finalist James Johnston to shoot a series of location portraits for his next album and marketing material. We though this would be a perfect opportunity to test out the new Phase One 80 megapixel medium format camera.  (more…)

Corporate Photography: Pin up Pups

We were recently asked by Guide Dogs Queensland to create images for their 2011 calendar, our goal was to take it away from a typical dog breeders style calendar with shots of puppies and flowers and inject some emotion, character and feeling into it. Take a brief behind the scenes look at the shoot as well as the gallery of  images. (more…)

Commercial Portraiture Photography: Walkabout – Bidyadanga

Last year we travelled to some amazing locations as part of an Indigenous portfolio we created for Centrelink(also see Yorke Island). One of the communities, Bidyadanga, was situated on the coast of La Grange Bay, which is 180 km’s south of Broome. It’s home to some of the nicest people and has amazing contrasts in landscape from dry red sand to pristine white coastlines merely a stones throw away.

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Sandstorming

The shameless plug… voted 7th in the top 50 companies to work for in Australia, BMD are one of those amazing organisations that really look after and value their staff.  We were asked to shoot something a little different and creative (music to our ears) to promote their employee Good Health and Well Being program.  After sitting down and coming up with a few different concepts, we decided to shoot Beach Volleyball from a slightly different perspective… (more…)

Fullframe in space.

During a recent project at Brisbane’s Main Power Station, we stumbled upon a simply amazing location.  The main coal terminal pumps out millions of litres of ash and water that solidifies to make a surface that could be easily mistaken as the moon. As soon as Ashley saw it, it was like a kid seeing candy for the first time. We rounded up some workers and got some very strong portraits. (more…)