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Thomson Reuters

Thomson Reuters invited us to cover one of their conferences at the RACV club which was convenient as it's the building behind our office! The hardest part about shooting speakers is being able to capture them when they aren't making a weird face mid-word or looking...

Imposing Headshot or Friendly And Approachable?

The way we light your photo can and will say a lot about you so before we even begin setting up you need to decide what kind of look you want to go for. As you can see from these two photos one gives a much more imposing look as compared to the other: The truth is...

Citadel Wealth

Most companies ask for a plain white backdrop for their employees but when shooting the department heads or CEO's it's usually a good idea to shoot them on a different backdrop. If your company has one of those vinyl pop-up banners, shooting some portraits in front of...

Office Photos

Something I am getting requests for more and more often are images of a companies working environment that they can use in promotional material, on their websites or general office reports. Not only does it ensure that you can get exactly the kind of shot you need,...

Lee Lanzafame

  Lee was looking for a career change and needed a professional business portrait for his linked in profile. I'm glad to hear that he landed an advisory role at Telstra, and I like to take a little bit of credit for that. Client: Lee...

David Murphy

David was a great guy and a great client. He has set up his own business called China Industry Brief translating Chinese documents and online material into English so that investors can tap into the Chinese market. A lot of people have been...

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