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Archive for September 2012


RMIT Open Day

– posted by Sally

At RMIT open day photographer Andrew Gash and his Studio class did a Porsche shoot in the basement studios. Marc Delahaye did all the post-production work. Here are a few of the final images, great work everyone involved!


Glenn Hester - RMIT SAB Project

– posted by Sally

We were commissioned by Brookfield Multiplex to complete a short 5 minute video, showcasing their latest completed project. The new RMIT Swanston Academic Building is the University's largest construction project in their history, which was delivered by Brookfield Multiplex 6 months ahead of schedule & under budget.
This was an exciting project to work on for a few reasons.
Firstly, I had been involved with the project from day one - taking regular progress photos
during construction (which appear in the video). So it was fascinating to document the story of how the building was imagined and then eventually delivered. Also, I was eager to tackle moving image, as an architectural document of a project (albeit a brief one).
The three parties involved (Client, Builder, Architect) are the usual suspects in every project - so it was obvious I needed these points of view. What emerged was a very rare construction story - builder involved in the design from the start, architects vision unhindered and then realised - client able to move in earlier & on budget.

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Jules Tahan - Good Weekend Cover

– posted by Sally

This beautiful shot of Black Caviar was taken last year. The Good Weekend magazine photography editor contacted me recently to see if they were able to speak to Jules Tahan the photographer and use this image on the front cover. The deal was done and here it is, isn’t it beautiful, as seen on the cover Saturday the 22nd of September 2012.


Armelle Habib

– posted by Sally

I love working with Armelle, she has such a strong sense of who she is as a photographer and a woman. Originally a student of mine at RMIT, Armelle’s work has grown in confidence and creativity in leaps and bounds.
This folio has been a delight to work on and here are three favourite spreads!


Andrew Griffiths

– posted by Sally

Check out this alpine aerial shoot from Andrew at Lensaloft Aerial Photography.

Hotham and Falls Creek Victoria.


Spid Pye

– posted by Sally

Spid was recently commissioned by Jung von Matt, Hamburg, Germany to
shoot a campaign for Vodafone Germany. The idea was based on 'more
freedom' and was shot in Auckland and Queenstown. Spid worked on
the idea with world renowned creative director Goetz Ulmer, the overall
theme of the campaign was freedom so they had to create a sense of
space (and headlines!) and freedom to roam the world, they shot a variety
of locations depicting French Alps, Afghanistan, Utah, Urban City and
New Zealand.


ACMP Event

– posted by Sally

Location: Borge's Imaging 445 Graham Street Port Melbourne

Date & Time: 25th of September 2012

5.30pm for 6.00pm - 8.00pm. Nibbles Supplied

Costs: ACMP & AIPP Members $55.00

Non Members: $65.00

Assistants & Students $30.00

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Matthew Kovac

– posted by Sally

Video of the opening night The Last Stand of the Frej exhibition - Matthew Kovac

Showing until the 23rd of September 2012 at...

Bower Gallery
31 Glen Eira Rd, Ripponlea.
Thurs/Fri 1-6pm
Sat 10-5pm


Outer Space Exhibition

– posted by Sally

Kate Robertson has work showing until 28 September 2012 at neospace

7 Campbell Street, Collingwood

An exhibition curated by Leo Greenfield that explores the aesthetics
of the Cosmos.

Also exhibiting:
Mari Adams
Darcey Bella Arnold
Kate Moss
Rohan Schwartz
Brooke Williams


CCP Kodak Salon 2012

– posted by Sally

Entries Close Friday 2 November 2012
Artwork Due Tuesday 15 November 2012
Exhibition Opening Thursday 22 November 2012
Exhibition Dates Friday 23 November – Sunday 15 December 2012
Artwork Collection Sunday 16 December and Monday 17 December 2012

More info here


Retouching Seminar

– posted by Sally

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Photo For Freedom

– posted by Sally

Tom Goldner Photo For Freedom project exhibition running until the 1st of October.


ACMP Student Photographer of the Year

– posted by Sally

ACMP SPY Awards provides emerging photographers with the opportunity to gain career-building exposure within the photographic industry and wider creative community.

1. Portraiture (includes formal and editorial portraiture)
2. Commercial (includes sport, travel, corporate & industrial)
3. Fashion (includes editorial, catalogue and beauty)
4. Advertising (includes still-life, food, cars, product and people)
5. Documentary (includes sport)
6. Architecture (includes built environment, urban & rural spaces)

09 November, 2012


$30.00 per competition submission

21 November, 2012

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PARADIGM Photographic Exhibition

– posted by Sally

An exclusive photographic exhibition will be held at CATC Design School Sydney to showcase the work and talent  of over 50 emerging photographers.

Industry | Friday 14th of September, 6pm-7:30pm
Mates | Friday 14th of September, 7pm - 9pm and Saturday 15th September, 10am - 4pm.

Location- CATC, Ground Floor, 1-5 Hickson Road, The Rocks

Watch a sneak peek here


Katrina James

– posted by Sally

I spent three months at the start of the year in Cape Town. There were lots of stories. These images are part of a series from my adventure trying to find "Lost City"...

Recently I went to Lost City, a township in Cape Town. I was intrigued by the name so thought I would get on the bus and see where it took me.
After boarding the bus (which I was two hours early for) these are some of the things my fellow passengers had to say after finding out my destination.
"The people there are evil"
"....all that will be left of you is a drop of blood"
"Good luck, my dear."
"They rape you, kill you. I am not joking"
The bus driver decided I would not be visiting Lost City today, "What, so you can be attacked by wolves?" and wouldn't let me off the bus.
Lost City is still lost.

Katrina James

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