This spring is shaping up with some beautiful weather and the sunsets are looking great as well.
We can come to you and work in your house, or on the stunning sands of Bribie Island Red Beach, Surf Side Woorim or the quiet Passage Sandbars with a beautiful sunset in the distance.
Makeup and hair is included and we can also supply some accessories and jewellery if required. Swimsuits and clothing need to be your own.
Basic price for this package is $399.
Do it with a friend and make it cheaper - each additional person (max 4) is only $349.
As part of the shoot we will provide 2 8x12 prints.
You can also expect to receive at least 10 good quality photos suitable for portfolios, prints or albums. They can be blown up to a couple of metres in size with no loss in quality. These will be supplied as digital files that will be full size images – usually 5-15MB in size. In addition we supply all the sample photos. Typically in that time frame this will be around 30-50 photos.
Printing prices vary depending on what size and quality as well as what medium, eg. Glossy, Canvas etc.
Dreamcoat Photography will be one of the official photographers at the event. We will have a photo booth setup where you can have your own group or individual studio quality photo taken and printed for you on the spot. Limited availability due to time so book now to avoid disappointment on the night.
I am understandably disappointed that I am unable to attend the Brisbane Supanova in November 2012, as I will be in the United States at that same time.
In compensation I will be putting together a Cosplay Shoot Fest in late October / early November. it will be at least one day maybe two depending on interest.
It will be similar to the last event we did where we had 30 minute time slots in a studio for a Saturday afternoon for cosplayers some of those pictures can be seen below.
The exact details and dates are still to be announced, but it will be somewhere along these lines.
One 30 minute slot is enough for 2-3 costume changes and for $99 per person gets you 5 images including a framed 8x12 print to take away on the day.
Two 30 minute slots back to back for the greedy or for groups are going for $190 and include 10 images, two framed prints. This is the ideal group or couples session.
There will be around 8-10 slots available on day one and the same for day 2.
Register your interest now – it doesn’t commit you – but does allow us to finalise planning. It also priorities your place in the available slots. We expect this to sell out very quickly.
The two Photowalks so far have both been successes with new people coming to each one. It has been great to see photographers of all ages and abilities (from teens to 60’s) coming out to play.
It really is a fun time to learn some things about your camera and then see how others use their cameras to take completely different shots. Really awakes the creative juices.
Below are a few sample shots from my pics.
Next Photowalk is at Greenway central again on 6th May at 3:30 PM Feel free to just turn up or sign up at the Facebook event.
After the success of the first free photowalk at Narangba we have decided to hold a second one on the 1st April for those who couldn’t make it to the first one.
It will be at 3:30 at Greenway Central in Narangba.
Come along to a free beginners photowalk - we will take a tour around some of the parks and walkways and see what there is to see, learn some basic photo taking techniques and explore some creative stuff as well.
Bring your camera, empty memory card, tripod if you have one, plastic raincoat or mat to lie down on, sunhat and suncream, good walking shoes.
When: 11 March 2012 15:30
Where: Greenway Central, Narangba
Some more info about this photowalk in Greenway Central - the basic concept will be some talking about composition and then camera techniques - maybe 15 minutes. Then we will just walk around and see what we can see and look at how we can approach it - using DOF, Shutterspeed and composition techniques to get different shots. I will help anybody who wants to know more about how to use the manual settings on their camera. We can shoot children, scenery, flowers, macro, time exposure, etc