Category Archives: tips and tricks

Julianne’s Kitchen

All you savoury buffs would have been very jealous of us this week!  Our tongues were definitely salivating over the delicious pâtés, fruit pastes, onion relish jams and terrines we shot for Julianne’s Kitchen. You might remember her as the … Continue reading

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Would I lie to you?

So yes I’m still talking about our shoot with Verity and Stevie English for the Hair Expo.   I’ve got a few more behind the scenes to show you. This shoot was mental, The Orchard Studio was pumping as Annie Lennox belted out … Continue reading

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For the love of flare

On her recent visit to Australia, I was lucky to be able to shoot these promo shots on Balmoral Beach for the beautifully talented artist and my very close friend, Lynda Howitt. Lynda paints sublime abstract oil paintings with a classical … Continue reading

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Camera Tips for Shooting Flare

A magical evening at Dee Why beach yesterday.  I had some fun with flare as you can see. I was recently asked how I achieve this, so here are a few tips; Technical: I shoot wide open using the lowest … Continue reading

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Ex December 2009- iPhone camera tips

(December 2009) Great iPhone camera tip: To minimize camera shake press and hold the capture button and when you’re ready release it to take the shot (instead of tapping it) Nice app on iPhone we thought you might enjoy: – … Continue reading

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