Was lucky enough to have another shoot for Sea Shepherd a couple of weeks ago and to meet and work with the amazing Paul de Gelder. Shot on the Canon 5D MKIII and 70-200mm.
Category Archives: Medical Shots
Very busy shoot this week for RFDS to update their image library. Amazing to hear some of the patient stories – we are all really lucky to have this service available to us that’s for sure. Shot with the Canon 5D MKIII, 24-70mm, 50mm, 70-200mm and 24-105mm and the Leica DLux 109.
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 […]
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 […]
The images below are a few from this week which included a launch for Diverse WA, some shoots for the Dept of Health and some from the new Mirrabooka Town Square in the City of Stirling. Most shot with the Canon 5D MkII and either the 24mm 1.4 or 70-200mm 2.8 plus a couple with […]
Below is a selection of images from a day shoot at a hospital here in Perth this week in order to add to the Health Departments library of stock images.. Was certainly a very busy and exciting day so I am looking forward to another two day shoot in a couple of weeks time. All […]
The images below were from a shoot this week for a Government department here in Perth for addition to their photo library and to also use in a pullout in The West Australian. All shot with the Canon 5D mkII and either 24mm 1.4, 85mm 1.2 or 70-200 2.8. Most shot natural light with a […]
Following on from the post below these shots were taken during and after a cataract operation, it was amazing to see the pupil completely square. Certainly need steady hands for that job! The two top shots were taken with the 5D MKII and the bottom two with the M9 and 75mm lux.