Our new face of Dreamcoat Photography for 2016 is Alyssa. You will be seeing lots more of her over the next 12 months.
Here are some of the photos from our first shoot with Alyssa.
Note this is roughly the same as a glamour shoot where we get you made up, and then go to locations to shoot, in this case the Spit and sand pumping Jetty on the gold coast, and then just some alleyways in Surfers Paradise.
We took Trudii out for a slightly different “glamour” shoot. After all the makeup was complete we headed out to the mud flats at low tide. On the way we shot some photos in an alley way with some lovely afternoon light. There was a LOT of mud – and most of it was mid shin deep. However we got some great shots in a pretty unique environment.
Have a look at the pics – and if you want to do something like this then contact us!
Michelle is a talented dancer. We have shot her before as a ballerina meeting death. This time we combined some belly dancing with her gypsy costume and had a lot of fun. It is amazing what you can pull off in a small suburban house and back yard.
I have long wanted to do a Trash the Dress shoot. I have even had a dress donated to me, the problem was finding someone to fit it, and the time to go do the shoot.
Recently the opportunity presented itself, a trip into the hills to a remote waterfall that i hoped would be flowing with water after recent heavy rains. However we discovered after getting there the rains hadn't been there. Still we made the best of the location (no waterfalls) and dodged spiders and leeches to get these shots.
If you are interested in a similar shoot, the dress is still ok and a size 8! Or bring your own.
Thanks to Tim and Dreamcoat Photography for the beautiful pictures of my son and I at the recent Shuvani festival. He was professional, relaxed, fun to be around and made the experience very enjoyable. We were comfortable with him, which made it easy to pose naturally and he caught our love for each other perfectly. The pictures will have centre stage on our wall and always hold a special memory in out (sic) hearts. Thank you Tim