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Archive for March 2013

28/3/2013

Zoe Wetherall

– posted by Rachelle

International Photography Awards 2nd place winner for the “Space Between” category Zoe Wetherall is in LA for the opening of the exhibition of winners opening the 30th of March at The Loft at Liz’s located in the historic miracle mile district of Los Angeles.

The exhibition is being held during the 5th Annual Month of Photography Los Angeles (MOPLA),

Never one to stop shooting you can follow Zoe's travel adventures via images on Instagram @zoewetherallphoto or at http://instagram.com/zoewetherallphoto/

 

 

27/3/2013

Rowena Clarke’s New Folio

– posted by Sally

Rowen Clarke's portfolio of work covers lifestyle, travel, weddings, portraits and fine art. These are some of my favourite spreads from her new folio, just gorgeous. See more of Rowena's work on her website here.

25/3/2013

Top 5 Tips You Need to Consider When Putting a Folio Together

– posted by Sally

Twelve years ago I began working with people to build, edit and design their folios. There was a real need for photographers and creatives to have a second pair of well-trained eyes to look over their work.

An independent, honest approach is how I work. It is all about the creative on the day we work together, listening to them and working through a plan of attack on how to best show their work, be it for folios, websites or exhibitions.

Giving constructive criticism on how their images work together, what their strengths and weaknesses are and how best to build a story around their work are some of the many topics we cover during our session.

1) Be individual in how you present your work.

2) Don’t put your work into sections eg: food, people, interiors, create an ebb and flow.

3) Put in the folio what YOU want to shoot,  you can never try to guess what others want to see.

4) Always include personal work so the viewer can see WHO you are and what you like to shoot.

5) Don’t show too much or too little work around 20 double spreads give or take works well.

22/3/2013

Ash Vesali

– posted by Rachelle

New work from Ash Vesali

"The concept developed after spending an afternoon playing bowls at the St Kilda club!
With the assistantance of new emerging talent Fashion editor Lucy Cook we added the bold colours into the concept..."

21/3/2013

Eleven 40 Gallery

– posted by Rachelle

Just a reminder to get along to Eleven40 Gallery to see Yury Avi's exhibition “The Way Home” was shot in Russia, Ukraine, India, Spain, Australia and New Zealand. It's a metaphoric journey, in search of oneself and one’s spiritual way in life.

Showing at Eleven40 Gallery, 1140 Malvern Road, Malvern until the 6th of April.

20/3/2013

Sebastien Millier

– posted by Rachelle

Here is an update of recent work by Sebastien Millier

Agency: The Monkeys
Client: OAK drinks
A.D: Bradley Averill
Art buying & production: Meghan Petersen & Tom Harisson
Post-production: Outpost Sydney
Copywriter: Henry Kember

See more on Sebastien's blog and other commissions.

 

19/3/2013

Chance to win at Borge’s Imaging

– posted by Rachelle

See more from Borge's Imaging on The Brownbill Effect

18/3/2013

Jade Cantwell

– posted by Rachelle

"This series of photos were taken in 2010 throughout the Middle East just before the Arab Spring – uprisings in Libya, Egypt and Syria.

These photos are simple and unassuming – they explore the slow and calm qualities of everyday life for people in the region, a stark contrast to the chaos and trauma of war photography currently emerging from the region.

This series reminds me that the people I see on the news are real people, they take their kids to school, they get haircuts, they run a restaurant, and they have brothers and sisters and sons and daughters."

Jade Cantwell

15/3/2013

Head On Awards

– posted by Rachelle

ENTRIES CLOSING THIS WEEKEND!!!

Deadline 17 March, 11pm EST

ENTER HERE

14/3/2013

Edmund Pearce Opening 14 March

– posted by Rachelle

Tonight sees the opening and book launch of Derek Henderson & Kelly Thompson / Darkness of Noon 6 - 8pm at Edmund Pearce Gallery.

Darkness of Noon is a unique collaboration between photographer Derek Henderson and illustrator Kelly Thompson where photography and drawing intersect seamlessly.

Featuring nudes of Zippora Seven the resulting imagery reflects Henderson’s democratic naturalism, where all phenomena is given equal attention.

Thompson’s illustrations serve to complement and simplify the broader vision of the project.

 

14/3/2013

Billiejeanisnotmylover

– posted by Rachelle

Get along to Trampoline this Tuesday the 19th of March to hear BILLIEJEANISNOTMYLOVER, Raphael Ruz and Jolyon James.

They will focus their discussion on working as a collaboration and the impact technology is having on imaging, particularly moving images and post-production.

Details here

13/3/2013

Billiejeanisnotmylover New Folio

– posted by Rachelle

I love my days I spend with Billiejeanisnotmylover!

Raphael and Jolyon are two of the most creative individuals that I’ve had the pleasure to work with.

Some words I could use to describe them are humorous, resourceful, technical, perfectionists...

Their shoots are always fresh and inspiring which makes designing their folios a constant source of please for me.

See their profile on The Brownbill Effect

12/3/2013

Student can win at Borge’s Imaging!

– posted by Rachelle

8/3/2013

Mauro Palmieri

– posted by Rachelle

It is always inspiring to get an update on work from Mauro Palmieri.

He will soon be exhibiting his latest fine art work including image transfers such as the ones shown here at a show titled ‘At the brink’ at Monday Week. Date and time to be announced soon.

4/3/2013

Marcus Thomson

– posted by Rachelle

Marcus Thomson has just returned from a week of land speed racing at Lake Gairdner South Australia. Here are a few of his fantastic images.

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