This young lady was wanting some porfolio photos so she could look at getting in to modelling. We set up a TFP shoot and here are the results.
I was approached by a fellow friend photographer to be involved in an art-nude shoot recently as well as another photographer. As anyone who follows my work will know most of my photography is based around landscape work and portrait/studio sessions. This was something new to me and I jumped at the challenge to try something different and see if my skills in other areas could translate well to this area. I’m fairly pleased with my results but others should probably be the judge of that. We also shot a few gothic-inspired photos in an old rundown shed we came across and I’ll lead with those photos. Any nudity in this is implied and not actually shown but I still think it should be labelled not safe for work.
In a bid to get out there and push myself to do something interesting and different from my normal style of photography I’ve decided to start a personal project that I’ve named cool people, cool walls. I have been contemplating doing something like this for a while now but I decided to set it in to action the other day when I came across an interesting wall in the city.
Here’s a couple of photos from my first shoot that was organised on very short notice. Thank you to Rachel, Jemma and Terence for agreeing to come along and be models for the afternoon and Angela Hocking | Photographer for tagging along to join in the fun.
I am looking for people in Toowoomba or SE Queensland who would be interested in participating in this project so if you come across this post then feel free to give me a shout through the About page or through Facebook
More photos after the break.
I’ve been out of it the past couple of days with the flu. In hindsight I would’ve got a flu shot but oh well. This was my first time out of the house in a few days. Just a quick run up to Picnic Point to grab a quick photo and clear my head a bit. I liked the way the dusk light was just illuminating the top of the Range slightly while leaving the rear in shadow. Took the shot as a long exposure to get the light trails from the cars going up and down the range.
I managed to catch this great sunset the other day. Saw the clouds forming about 20 minutes before sunset so I threw the landscape gear in the car and made a drive for a nice vantage point. Ended up at Picnic Point, Toowoomba.
A few weeks ago I met up with a great group of photographers for a studio and model shoot day. Tagged along with my lighting gear and passed around the knowledge I had to others and also picked up a few things I didn’t know from some very experienced photographers. Was a great day out and everyone had a good time. Anyway, some results from the day. More shots after the break.
Been a bit lax lately updating this blog with my latest work so you may see a few posts in quick succession.
This is a why I always carry a camera with me. I was on my way to work and as I was driving along I saw the sky start to change colour first from golden orange to an amazing deep red colour. I pulled over and took a few photos and consequently I was almost late for work. I think it was worth the risk.
This was the golden sky just as I was leaving and the sun was just about to pass over the horizon. More photos after the break.