I recently took photos at a corporate social party. The firm requested an exclusive photo license, so I can’t show the photos here, I can only tease you with this email I received.
We just got the CD in the mail and have uploaded the photos onto the network.
Thank you so much – they look really fantastic and everyone is incredibly impressed!
We will definitely be keeping your details and hopefully you will be keen to come along to another event of ours again soon!
Becky was asked me for a portait for her CV. This one was just for fun to show off her tattoo. The serious job hunting photo has her facing the other way with the tattoo hidden.
I took a few snaps for Jackel at her 20th birthday party.
I’m in Avenues Magazine and I even wrote my own blurb (ok, the editor did some magic)!
Iain taught himself photography on the street. In a spontaneous act against boredom, he took his new camera into town late at night to take some long-exposure shots. People on the streets asked him to photograph them and email them the results. That was four years ago. He still likes to take portraits of party-goers, but he has diversified and now takes photos for events, bands, birthdays, and the ocassional fashion shoot, too. By day, Iain is a qualified Audio Engineer. This month, Avenues publishes a sizzling photo Iain took of tango dancers in Christchurch.
Les Walkyries were kind enough to let me set up external flashes for their performance. I think the external flashes paid off. It’s hard to get good fire performance photos without flash, either you get lovely swirls of fire and blurry people or you get sharp people and no swirls.
Find out more about Les Walkyries at their website: http://www.leswalkyries.com/