Below is the first shoot in a project of time lapses based on “a day in Perth”
Had a great morning shooting with the RFDS today. Always fun and could spend days there shooting everything that goes on….
All shot with the Canon 5D MKIII and 70-200mm L series Lens.
So it was back to the rail line again this morning to cover the swapping of yet more line for the Lloyd Street interchange project.
This weekend I was shooting on the WA rail network getting stills and video of workers swapping one of Perth’s main rail lines to a new track.
Shot with the Canon 5D MKIII and Nikon D4….
This week I spent a couple of mornings shooting the staff at Camera Electronic as part of an update to their company website, I have known Saul and Howard since I moved to Australia just over 15 years ago and have purchased the majority of my equipment from them over the years. The company was started by their father Ron Frank back in 1968 and they moved to their current location at 230 Stirling Street, Perth in 1996.
It’s an amazing testament to them that in this day and age of grey imports, eBay and Gumtree that not only do they employ over 20 people but they also have the most amazing attitude and customer service, nothing is ever a problem for these guys and I wish them the best for many more years to come…
The shoot was fun and I set up in Shoot which is Camera Electronic’s teaching facility, studio and gallery next door to their retail store and shot tethered from the Canon 5D MKIII and ProPhoto Acute B and SB800.
Below is a selection of images from a big portrait shoot I have been doing for a client this week – now to edit them all and find a hard drive to deliver them on…
More corporate portraits, this time for some commercial real estate agents at one of their properties in Guildford…
All shot with the 70-200mm f2.8 L lens.
Below are some sots from a natural light portrait shoot today in Subiaco…
Shot with the Canon 5D MKIII and 70-200mm 2.8L
Some shots from my rail shoot yesterday in Midland where the crew had 8 hours to swap the main freight and Kalgoorlie line to a new track…
Always good to see a few images in print as annual reports pop up at this time of year. Below are a few images from 2013/14…
Below are a few shots from my corporate profile images shoot this morning. As well as the images below we also shot a series of natural light images so had two separate setups in the clients boardroom.
All shot with the 5D MKIII and 50mm 1.4 and 70-200mm
Below are some images from an on going personal project in black and white.
All images taken with the Leica Monochrom and 35mm Summicron lens.
Below are some images from a few jobs over the past few weeks. Bit of a mix really with some annual report photography, brochure images and corporate portraits.
All shot on the 5D MKIII and L series lenses.
Spent Saturday morning from dawn shooting the demolition and removal of the Seventh Street Bridge, lots of lovely 100 year old jarrah that I’m sure would make some pretty nice furniture..
Shot with the 5D MKIII and Leica T.
Below are some shots of my weekend in the West Australian Central Desert working with one of my exploration clients and the Martu people. It was an amazing weekend with plenty of different things to shoot and sights to see.
Shot with the Canon 5D MKIII, 70-200mm, 24-105mm, 24mm TS and the Leica T and 75mm Summarit plus Vario Elmar zoom.
The shots below were from a shoot today in Henderson for one of my engineering clients who were looking for some images of projects and staff for their upcoming annual report.
All shot with the Canon 5D MKIII and 17mm TS, 24mm TS, 70-200mm IS.
Below are a few images from three shoots this week that took place in Perth, Newman area and an exploration camp about at hour out of Pannawonica. There was a ton of flying and driving but great to see these guys at work, a really great bunch of guys working and getting along in the middle of no-where…
Had a drive to Bunbury to shoot some images of the new Preston River pedestrian and cyclist bridge. Shot the the 5D MKIII and 24mm TS, 17mm TS, 15mm Fisheye, 24-105mm and 70-200mm.
Something a bit different today when I shot some images for a mining client who is also one of the sponsors of the West Coast Eagles. Nic Naitanui was on hand to run the kids through their drill as well as signing a lot of hats and T shirts.
A day shooting in London today on what seems the first sunny day for a couple of week…
Shot with the Leica Monochrom.
Just back from another week long shoot that took in Bunbury, Busselton, Augusta and Albany, lots of driving and early mornings but good fun and got to work with some great people.
Shot on the Canon 5D MKIII and the Fujifilm X-E1.
A few shots taken at the Albany Entertainment Centre – shot with the Leica Monochrom and 50mm ‘from.
After a 0330hrs start for my trip to Newman I landed back in Perth 12 hours later… It was a quick site visit for a client to get some shots of an accommodation village they have built about 30mins West of Newman. Shot with the Canon 5D MKIII except the top pano which was taken with the Fujifilm X-E1.
The shots below were from a day trip to a mine site near Tom Price, it was a very long day with an early start and only about 2.5 hours on location. Same again next week to Newman…
Shot with the Canon 5D MKIII and the FujiFilm XE1.