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When Australia Cosmetics Company Hullabaloo TT International Trading Co., Ltd. came to us to request our help developing a series of images to advertise their products in China we were pretty excited. Hullabaloo-TT is a research and development company developing creams for the Australian Asian skin and have designed a variety of different cosmetic products. We shot with both an Asian and Australian model in a range of images designed to be incorporated into their graphic design for advertising in magazines and online, on salon walls and large format print.
Some of the photos from the shoot are below. We specialise in being able to produce promotional images like this for your company or product. Contact us for details.
Recently we ran a lighting workshop with a photography client who was looking to learn how to manage studio lights and a model. We were fortunate to work with a local Brisbane model called Cate. On the way to learning about Rembrandt, loop, broad and short lighting as well as many other options I got some nice photos of Cate.
I’ve also included below a before and after editing photo to show what we generally do in editing. Not drastically altering appearance, just removing blemishes and smoothing skin a little to enhance the over all shot.
If you want to book a workshop and learn more about photographing people and how to use your DSLR and off camera lighting then check out our workshop packages.
Before and after Editing
Shooting adult siblings is always a load of laughs. Trent and Tenille were no exception. In their words their relationship flips between wanting to kill each other and tender care for the other. We went to a local forested area and playground and just acted like big kids. My sides were splitting at their antics.
Here are some of my faves from the shoot. If you want photos with your brothers and sisters then contact us for a booking.
Dreamcoat Photography and Dreamsport Photography employ a number of shooters for all different sorts of sporting activities and other commercial functions and events.
Every 6 months we have a training day focusing on improving our consistency, and general photography shooting skills. We like to find a not for profit organisation whom we can offer great event photography to as part of our training. Working with our valuable team members we focus on improving and we all have a great time.
This year we chose the Emergency Services Expo, a group of all the emergency services and related ancillary organisations who were providing a public expo of their services. Unfortunately it bucketed down with rain over night but by morning had slowed off to a persistent drizzle. We relished the opportunity to practice in wet conditions, something we often have to over come. We had a great time photographing everyone there and published all the photos on Facebook.
Here are some of our favourite images from the day.