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Tag Archives: Cairns portrait photography
So with the tourists come the portraits. It’s perfect timing, everyones busy at home with work and sports and whatever else it is that takes up all of their time. So being together on a family holiday with nothing but family time, it just makes sense. I love these sessions, can’t wait to see who stops by this year.
Here’s little Henry from yesterday mornings shoot. He experienced his first wave and got a little sand between his toes. Needed a bit of help standing up in the 30 knot winds though, hahaha. Little bugger.
I’ve been playing around with the idea of adding texture to images, It’s a bit of a fad at the moment. I like the effect but wouldn’t use it for every image. I’m a big believer in clean sharp images with bold but natural color. I think they have more of a timeless quality that dates better. In saying that this textured effect has a fine art painterly quality that when used well and to a couples style, can really make certain images shine. What do you think?
Here’s a few from a recent portfolio shoot for a local model. Good luck on the Gold Coast Laura. I hope you like the pic’s.
This is the third, possibly fourth time I’ve photographed Evie & Asher. In fact , these guys were one of my very first ever children’s portrait sessions about four years ago. It’s a perk of the job being able to watch children grow through the lens. Mother Meredith invited me back around to their house yesterday afternoon so we could get some pics of the two of them with their prize winning chooks ( Fluffy came first at last years Mossman show, Good Chook !!) After we’d finished there we jumped in our cars and went out the road a little bit to carry on the country theme. It was hot, and there were midgees but the shots look fantastic (how could I go wrong with subjects like these). Thanks again Guys, hope you like them :).