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.
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…)
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…)
Our photography team had a great opportunity to travel to Mt Isa in central Queensland to shoot a series of corporate portraits and advertising photography for Queensland Country Credit Union. Shooting on location can be quite a challenge, it usually means getting up before the sun rises and shooting through to after it sets. This makes for some very long days, but the results far out way the exhaustion when you come back with great images. (more…)
We kicked off our first Creative Day of 2011 in style, teaming up with 2010 Australian Idol finalist and friend Casey Barnes to shoot a series of advertising portraits in the Sunshine Coast pine forests. Take a look at the behind the scenes video produced by Studio 18a. (more…)
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.