Creekside Church asked me to take some photos from a service. We always try to be as unobtrusive as possible when shooting functions. In this case we sued a gigantic lens to get in close without people being distracted by us.
As sponsors of PRIMA we get to go to all the shows opening nights, and we get to take some cool photos of a great bunch of very talented people. I’m not sure which I enjoy most, watching the show as a customer or watching through my lens as we capture the fun.
The 60s Theatre Restaurant has been extremely popular with every show completely sold out. A packed house sure gives off an ambience that a lot of fun.
We have a photo package consisting of all the images from the show, nearly 900 photos in total sorted by every act and scene and including two unique cast and crew shots. The price for this unique CD of memory’s is $59. Please place your order by emailing email@example.com.
Postage is $2.50 or you can take the digital download option.
Prints are $10 each for 12x8 and $5 each for 6x4 – postage and handling is $7.50.
The Inside Outside Theatre Company is a fully inclusive theatre company based in Redcliffe, QLD. It works with people of all ages with our without disabilities and encourages those with disabilities in the performing arts.
Dreamcoat Photography is proud to be a sponsor and provide event photography for the recent Variete Show theyhosted.
A full package of just over 1000 images from the night is available for $59 on a DVD or downloadable.
As long standing supporters and sponsors of the Pine Rivers Musical Association (PRIMA) we once again put together the promo shoot for their latest musical endeavour. This time they are running a 60’s themed Theatre Restaurant. So we took the opportunity to explore the zany hippy culture and the radical mod rock culture a little (with some artistic license liberally applied).
The show dates are May 10, 11, 17, 18, 24 and 25. Tickets haven’t been released yet but you can join the event on Facebook and get yours as soon as they come out.
Back in February 2013 we shot the Drupalcon Sydney conference. The keynote speaker for Day Two of DrupalCon Sydney was Senator the Hon Kate Lundy, Minister Assisting for Innovation and Industry. From the Drupalcon Website;
Senator Lundy is well known amongst the Australian open source community, and well regarded in open government circles around the world. Given Drupal’s wide adoption by governments and public companies, non-profits and open data initiatives around the world, we are very excited to have Senator Lundy deliver a keynote address titled, “From Open Source to Open Government.”
We also covered the beach cricket on Coogee beach, the code sprint and many of the sessions and meals.