Every year the Gold Coast hosts the Gold Coast 600 V8Supercars event. And every year the Cold Coast 600 Superfest is a week long festival of activities and events leading up to and including the race weekend itself. As the official photographers for the Gold Coast 600 Superfest, Dreamcoat Photography has an absolute ball getting involved in all the events.
The events range from Go Karting, fire performers, daredevil Motorcycle FMX riders and this year the Globe of Death, V8 Supercars Drivers Street parade, the V8 Supercar Girls Beach volleyball and other events including bikini and cocktail gown fashion parades, wheelie bin racing, bill kart downhill racing and many more events.
Our photos are included in social media, advertising and promotional material including highway billboards, slideshows and promotional videos and much more.
Here are some of our favourite photos from the week of festivities in October 2016
It is with considerable pleasure I can announce that Tim Miller from Dreamcoat Photography and Michael Snedic from Wild Nature Photo Expeditions are teaming up together to deliver an outdoor portrait photography workshop.
Michael Snedic is a renowned Australian Wildlife and Landscape photographer conducting travel photography workshops in Australia and all around the world. Check out his workshop schedule on his website.
Our half day portrait workshop is limited to only 10 people and only costs $195 each. Book and pay with Michael – details on his website.
By working with Michael and Tim you will learn valuable tips to help you improve your portraits of your family and friends using your DSLR and even your mobile phone.
Michael has a wealth of experience with all sorts of cameras and environments and has been teaching photography for years. His workshops always book out early so please book soon to avoid disappointment.
Hope to see you at Mt Cootha Botanical Gardens on the 1st of April 2017
As a photographer in need of more technical lighting training, I went to Dreamcoat Photography as I knew Tim had a lot of back ground knowledge and technical expertise on this subject.
Going to Tim was fun and a really good way of learning the more advanced side of lighting and the techniques of how to set it up. He also explained how it all works to help with getting you the most out of what you are after.
Thank you Tim and Dreamcoat Photography