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.
Some images from this weeks shoot in the Chittering Valley showing Exploration Vacuum Drilling & Rehabilitation. The landscape shots are after the mining is completed and returned to it’s natural state. The shoot also included some staff images at the companies HQ in Perth.
Shot with the 5D MKIII and the Fuji X-E1.
Here are a few images from my shoot at Kings Square in Perth. Today I was shooting for the company responsible for the piling work at the site to update their project library. Shot with the Canon 5D MKIII and the Fuji X-E1.
Just a quick shot from my trip to London taken on the Millennium Bridge on a foggy morning in October. It was amazing to spend some time on the bridge watching people as they crossed, some not even noticing that St Pauls was peering above the fog… Taken with the Fuji XE-1 and 55-200m lens.
Spent the last two days shooting some updated web and library images for one of my clients in Perth. All shot with the Canon 5D mkIII.
This past week I have been on a road trip for the Dept of Transport that has taken me from Perth to Exmouth and back with over 3000km travelled during that time. Below is a very small selection of images from the week. Shot with the Canon 5D mkIII and Fuji X100s.
Another shoot this week for a company in North Perth that specialise in AC and ducting work for major projects in WA. All shot with the Canon 5D mkIII.
I have been working up in Carnarvon this week on a flood mitigation project for a Civil client here in WA. They are building a new flood barrier to prevent a repeat of the 2010 floods in the area. Shot with the 5D mkIII and 24mm 1.4, 70-200mm and the Fuji x100s.
Shoots this week for St Barts, a new desalination plant and a goldmine 300km North of Kalgoorlie.
All shot with the Canon 5D MkIII and 70-200mm, 24mm TS, Nikon 14-24mm and 24-105mm.
Some more shots for RFDS this week, shot at their base in Jandakot.
A few images from a shoot last week out at the airport. Shot with the Canon 5D MkIII and Nikon 14-24mm lens and with the Hasselblad H4D-50.
The images below are a few from my shoot in the North West this week with the Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia (RFDS). It was a great experience and amazing to get to spend some time with the crew based in Derby.
All shot with the Canon 5D MkIII, Nikon 14-24mm, 70-200mm and the Olympus OMD EM5 and Olympus 12mm, Olympus 75mm and Lumix 7-14mm.
A very hot and interesting day today working at a foundry in Malaga, North East of Perth. We spent the day shooting for a new website and corporate brochures.
All shot on the 5D MKIII and 100mm macro, 70-200mm and 24mm 1.4 lenses.
I was back in Tanzania this week shooting some more shots for Global Health Alliance WA (GHAWA). Most of the week was spent in Dar es Salaam with an amazing trip to the villages of Masaki and Massanganya where the welcome put on by the villages for the hand over of their ambulances was amazing. All shot with the Canon 5D MKIII and the Olympus OMD EM-5.
Below are some shots from a quick interior shoot as part of a Perth CBD office re-fit. Only had just over an hour before the staff turned up for work. Shot with the Hasselblad H4D-50 and 28mm lens and the Canon 5D MKIII and 24mm TS.
Last week I was back in the UK and wanted to re shoot the old Brighton pier with the Hasselblad H4D-50 as I had previously shot it with the Olympus OMD back in June. The weather was shocking but after four days I finally managed to get a few frames and now look forward to making a couple of very large prints from it. Shot with the Hasselblad H4D-50 and the 50mm lens.
For the past week I have been working in Tanzania in a remote village called Masanganya for Global Health Alliance WA (GHAWA). With the help of Riders for Health and Australian Aid GHAWA delivered two new Landcruiser ambulances to Masanganya and neighbouring village Masaki. I was there to document the training of the local nurses in the correct use of the ambulances and associated equipment and spent the week living in the village.
I took my Hasselblad H4D-50 and the Olympus OMD EM5 with 12mm, 45mm, 75mm and Lumix 20mm lenses and all the shots below are from the OMD.
One of the shots from Masanganya in Tanzania taken with the Hasselblad H4D-50 and 50mm lens.