Showcase galleries ...
These galleries comprise images that we feel represent some of our work - unfortunately not all of our work can be shown as sometimes it forms part of our client's private collection of images! Always ask us if you wish to see an example of a particular subject.
Commercial work is a very important aspect of our business. From buildings through products to people we help our clients display themselves at their best. When we look through the lens of our cameras we’re not just looking at composing a great image but we’re doing so on top of decades of marketing/promoting products, ideas & concepts from print through online to video.
Fashion / Glamour:
We started glamour & fashion photography when Karen started performing cabaret live on-stage. We had a need to promote her quirky shows, we had the cameras & so we made the time. Now glamour & fashion photography forms the real fun side of what we do – it’s great capturing images, sometime private images, of people dressing to impress.
Family / Portraiture:
Having “skilled-up” for glamour shots the more serious “pictures we can show grandma” style of portraiture photography emerged. This is perhaps more important than glamour / fashion as these types of images serve as great family mementos, a public family history showcase. We both hold Queensland Government “Blue Cards” for working with children.
This is where it all started, John hiking for miles & sitting for hours to get that elusive shot of that rare critter. The demands of shooting in all weathers mostly at night & mostly remote is a good scholar about composing photographs & learning the manual settings of your camera to say nothing of lighting. Wildlife does not normally pose & give time to set & tweak a scene – it’s there, then gone, so everything has to be anticipated & ready to “click”.
As with “Nature” images “Landscape” images come into fruition during our ramblings around various countrysides. Getting great landscape shots is more about being in the right time at the right place more than anything else. Having said that if one does not see the shot coming up it's missed!