Sorry for the lack of updates lately on my blog. I have been really really busy with my full time position at Fullframe. We have been flat out the past 2 months shooting the opening of the M7 Airport link tunnel, Southbank Regional Flavors Festival for marketing material and travelling to assist on mine sites and a huge amount of post production work i’ve been helping with out in the office. Working for Fullframe is an amazing experience. I love working with professionals but it has not been easy. The last few months has been my most stressful time of my photography career. If you’ve ever had a chance to check out their site you’ll know they operate at the highest level of photography i’ve ever worked with so after all the years of experience i have under my belt shooting for clients, nothing really prepared me to meet these high standards i need on a daily basis.
Here me assisting Ashley out at a mine near Mackay this week. Our home made reflector is amazing, we take it everywhere.
It’s been a great learning curve and with all the criticism i have been receiving from the boys, it’s all character building and all to direct me to create better commercial images. Like any new job, the teething problems are really getting to me as all i want to do is get better but it’s not all bad, they are a great team and always positive about my development. Heading to work everyday is a pleasure and i’m always grateful working for them.
Here’s some more photos of our adventures.
We got to shoot all the finishing images for the M7 Airport Link tunnel, here’s the 4 lane section looking awesome after deluge testing.
Lachy(video)in the foreground and Ashley in the background shooting at Regional Flavors a few weeks ago.
Sunset shoot on a mine site. Beautiful time of day. We stayed out till around 7:30 this night and woke up at 4am and returned the next morning.
Our ride over the Port of Brisbane a few weeks ago. Shooting Aerials is extremely hard. All the doors came off when we got over the site so we could shoot.