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Archive for Building A Folio

8/8/2014

Immersing myself in the world of nature with Angela Robertson-Buchanan

– posted by Sally

I had the privilege of meeting and working with Angela when I was in Sydney last year.

Angela has an incredible passion for nature and animals and we talked extensively about this during our meeting. Her photography is simply quite exquisite. From spider webs and praying mantis to incredibly time consuming, waiting in the bushes kind of imagery to capture birds and other creatures.

She is not frightened to get up close and personal with all living things and they too appear not to mind her doing so.

I loved designing Angela’s folio and being consumed by her world of nature. I felt that is would have a great impact on the advertising industry and designers because it is such a specialty area.

If anyone is looking to commission a shoot like this, I can tell you now, the standard excellent commercial photographer will most likely not have the fine skill sets that Angela has, nor the time and patience she shows time and time again. It could just be the kind of imagery someone needs for a campaign.

Angela is a delight to deal with, very calm and passionate.

Her award winning images need to be seen to be truly believed and embraced.

Sally Brownbill

Angela's beautiful folio was printed by Asuka Book

Angela Robertson-Buchanan

11/3/2014

Matt Burke shows his new folio

– posted by Sally

I loved working with Matt, building his folio. His natural style and ability to connect with people is evident in his work.

I asked Matt what it is in photography that he is passionate about.

"In a way it all comes down to food; food in the greater sense of the word, that is. While I love setting up a studio shot with a stylist and chef, I'm also more than happy to find myself sitting in a muddy field at dawn with the producer and/ or the produce. I enjoy capturing the whole process, whether it be where it's made, the person who makes it, or the final product (even the person who is eating it) and hope that I tell its story well".

Matt Burke

 

 

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