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.


Freedom Pools

Freedom Pools commissioned us to photograph their new range of pools over South East Queensland. Our aim was to lift the quality of the brand and enhance the craftsmanship of their product for advertising and marketing material. After location scouting each pool we then headed out to destinations such as Esk, Joyner, Pullenvale and Mt Cotton. Here are the results.


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…)

Spinal Injuries Association – Seat at work

Check out the images we created for a recent campaign for Spinal Injuries Association. The campaign was for their Spinal Injuries Awareness Team (S.E.A.T) targeting the mining and construction industry.  (more…)

Commercial Photography Creative Day – Ferrari 458

Well it’s that time again where our team get to let there hair down and flex their creative muscles. This time we wanted to fulfill a childhood dream and get up close and personal with a beautiful Italian… sports car. The Ferrari 458 is a marvel of design and engineering and what better car to shoot for one of our creative days. (more…)

Rewind – Top Picks of 2010

It’s been an amazing year for Fullframe, we have traveled around Australia working on some big projects, met inspiring people, successfully launched our iPhone application “iRelease”, created a new website and blog, but best of all we have had lots of fun along the way. We look back at our favourite images captured during the year and share our thoughts and experiences that went into creating each Image.


Merry Christmas – 2010’s Christmas Card

Each year our creative team sit down and look at the major events that happened around the world and think of a funny ways to integrate it into our Christmas card. Last year it was the Global Financial Crisis, this year we decided to take a risk and target an Australian icon, Qantas. Take a look at what went into this years artwork and see if you can find the hidden anomaly buried in the snow.