We shoot quite a bit of real estate – specialising in High Dynamic Range images that look natural but show off the property to the best possible advantage of the seller. No fake lawns, skies or other Photoshop wizardry here to make a property look different than it actually is. Just great photos!
Ask your realtor to book us if you want great photos like these.
Misty wanted to surprise her husband with some updated family photos for his birthday present. So unbeknownst to him we rocked up with makeup artist in tow to get them organised to shoot. The weather was threatening to break so we were under time pressure. Hubby hit the shower and spruced up while Misty had her makeup done and we settled the camera shy girls by taking photos of them in an old mirror.
Then it was off to the park for some casual settings under trees and on a bridge. Then the rain smashed down just as we finished!
Beautiful casual family photos that capture your family as they just hang out together are our specialty – book today!
We love gaming! Tim has been a gamer since 1983 – and most of our staff play games as well. So when the opportunity came to photograph the Button Smash event (basically console fighting games – think Street Fighter and Tekken) incorporating a cosplay competition we jumped at it.
Unfortunately we couldn’t be there Saturday and left Sunday after the cosplay competiton had finished. But we did have the opportunity to get in a bunch of photos of the guys and gals mashing buttons and joysticks as they competed for titles! and the cosplayers were great also.
Our full service pamper sessions including makeup and hair and just making you feel special. At the end we get great photos that you can be proud to share and hang on your wall or put into an album or even a special photo book.
So book us for a wedding anniversary, a birthday, a special occasion or just for no reason at all other than to be pampered and made special for a day.
Have even more fun and do it with a friend. Champagne and giggles supplied free for any bookings for two ladies.
Shooting people is fun. and Shooting people in weird situations is even more fun. A recent group cosplay shoot here in Brisbane was an opportunity to do something a little different. We shoot a lot of cosplay so decided to do shoot some ballerina poses in different locations – and just for fun throw in some cosplay – in the form of Death – the grim reaper complete with scythe in the background!
The locations we utilised were the Powerhouse Museum in Brisbane and Fort Lytton where we had access to an old Autoclave unit used for sterilising things in the quarantine days.
Here are some of the shots – including a fun one where Ben and his fiance posed together.
We love taking photos. And we love helping other people learn as well. We provide individualised tuition for 1-3 people. The material covered depends on the person and what they want to learn so we don’t have specific courses as such.
Topics we have covered with clients recently include:
Getting to know your DSLR – going through the menus and functions of your camera and learning what it can do
Learning to shoot in M, Av and Tv (Canon) or A and S (Nikon)
Choosing the right lens to buy
How to setup and use off camera lighting
Model posing and shooting, glamour and portraits
Here are some of the photos we have shot while out on these jaunts with people learning how to shoot better and have fun with their cameras.
Tim has been the official photographer for PRIMA (Pine Rivers Musical Association Incorporated) for the past 4 years. Being a not for profit Musical Theatre Company, we simply do not have surplus funding available to employ a photographer. However, after being referred to Tim by a personal friend of mine, we struck a deal! Tim has supported PRIMA as a sponsor, and provided countless hours at the many photoshoots required with a Musical Production with small and large casts! I have always found him to be extremely approachable and dedicated to his craft. He is only ever a phone call, or message away, especially when I need some help with fitting in a photo! He has provided photography for our ‘Gothic style’ Musical of Little Shop of Horrors, the rock opera Jesus Christ Superstar and now the classic musical of Oliver! Tim always brings about professionalism and prides himself in professional photography, particularly down to the editing of all photos, but more specifically, to the specifications I often demand. So I would like to extend a great big Thank you to Tim Miller from Dreamcoat Photography for his services, and look forward to many other photoshoots down the track....including hopefully some new family portraits. Thanks Tim!
Kym Whittington, PRIMA, Pine Rivers