I think I mentioned, in a few posts earlier, that i have enjoyed photographing my twins of recent, if any of you Sydneysiders have twins you want to photograph then please give me a call.
Fun Oceans across the Pacific, took a couple of snaps between the children’s activities. This is the adult pool, which was later emptied after this shot, but the kids had a great time ‘wave riding’, in the pool behind. It did result in three stitches in my sixteen year olds finger, and i am so glad the ship agreed to re-imburse the doctors fee for the procedure. I would of loved access to the front of the ship for some shots.
I don’t normally blog the picks I take at tech, but Ive decided to start. This is a gorgeous girl in my class, Cassie, she joined the class a few weeks after everyone else. Anyway we were doing a colour management class, but I found this lace the day before and incorporated this shoot into the class. Cassie was wearing a beautiful Kimono which we put inside out and back to front. I love the feel of the lace across her gorgeous face. I couldn’t work out which one I liked best, the half closed eye shot, with a sinister twist, or the other?
Some of my favourites from this Christening. Thank-you to John and Dina for asking me to shoot, It was an enigmatic experience in the church ( and how gorgeous is it?) The Greek customs and traditions are really interesting, the hair cutting, the washing of the christening gown in the ocean, the anointing of the baby, and the way every one gets involved,it is all very different from the way traditions run in my family. Thanks again.
:Flash as fill, 6 images that tell a story. Establishing, close, and medium shots. The trip was to Towra, with my family…here are some more pics, equally as important, but didn’t make the final cut. We had no good bites in the shallows of Towra, whilst sheltering from the winds. Actually we didnt have much fishing luck all day, but great to get out, all the same.
Such a shame to see so much rubbish on the shore of Towra, but as this part of the beach can only really be entered by boat, it doesnt seem to really get looked after. I suppose most of the rubbish comes from careless boat people and littering from people on the other side of the bay.