Posts Tagged ‘corporate’

Professional Photography Makes A Difference

Sunday, May 17th, 2015

Recently I did a self defense course at a Mixed Martial Arts gym and the course was amazing, I picked up so much fantastic information and skills that I otherwise would have never known. So on my way out I took a brochure with me to encourage others to go. Once I had a look through it and saw the poorly taken photographs which were obviously taken with a camera phone, I thought to myself “If I had’ve seen this brochure before hand, I wouldn’t have gone to this gym.” I felt the photographs did not accurately portray the quality of the course, the professionalism of the instructors and the wealth of knowledge that I got from the experience.

There’s no way around it, first impressions count, so if a potential client comes to your website, or picks up brochure and there are cheap, poorly taken photographs representing your business, straight away an opinion is going to be made. Whether you like it or not the professionalism of the photographs of your business, reflects the professionalism of the business itself.

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Here is a recent photo shoot we did for ESS who provides all the support services for mining camps in the Pilbara. They use the photographs for a variety of promotional materials, website, brochures, newsletters, decals at the camps, framed posters in the head offices. The upfront cost is so minimal compared to the amount of customers the photographs will bring in. Iphones are no match for the experience and know-how of a trained professional.

Contact us today for a quote and make your first impression on your client an accurate one.

Australia’s First Disability Flashmob! Event Coverage

Wednesday, December 12th, 2012
Event coverage

The flashmob in full effect!

Event coverage has never been this inspiring or this fun for Craig and I! We were hired by Megaroc Dance Company to film the first ever Disability flashmob in Australia to celebrate Disability Awareness Week.

Craig and I must have looked hilarious wondering around Garden City trying to look incognito with 2 professional cameras while waiting for the flashmob to start. We didn’t want to give it away!

Feel like being inspired? Then you have to watch the video below! There is no way that you can watch it without smiling. You know what I learned today? That everybody CAN dance!

Definition Flashmob:

For those who are unfamiliar, a flashmob is a group of people who assemble suddenly in a public place, do a performance for a brief time, then quickly disperse, often for the purposes of entertainment, satire, and artistic expression.

About Megaroc:

Megaroc was founded by Megan Diggins in 2002. Not long after she started Wheels In Motion disability dancing as part of her company. Conducted by Megan Diggins, the classes are designed for disabled and able-bodied people combined.

Australian and New Zealand College of Anesthetists annual Scientific conference

Thursday, May 24th, 2012
Day 1 of ANZCA conference

Day 1 of ANZCA conference

The international ANZCA conference required high quality video interviews, photography and audio coverage over the duration of the 6 day Perth event. All media was captured and edited on location and available via their newsletter daily. Don’t you just love technology?!

The photographic and video updates informed their international audience of the days events and upcoming attractions. The photography captured was also used in additional media after the event for publicity and promotion of the college via their website.

Day 3 ANZCA conference

Day 3 ANZCA conference

This pic was taken on Day 3 of the ANZCA conference, during this interview I (Kristen) pronounced the conference as ANZAC instead of ANZCA. We had to stop the interview and start again from the top. Whoops! Faux Pas!

Grabbing a quick lunch in an elevator!

Grabbing a quick lunch in an elevator!


With so little free time we had to grab a quick bite of lunch in the lift!

Media area ANZCA

Media area ANZCA

Other than capturing material, we were handling daily post production of video, photos and audio. In the photo, you can see captioning, newsletter and related writing is happening to the right and in the background, speaker media preparation is happening. It was a very intense, stressful 6 days but it was one of the best work experiences of my life.

A big thanks to Kirsten from Compose Photography who took these awesome pics of us working.