Factories can be fascinating places, visually and for what they produce! In September we were commissioned by Shecco to photograph at Stone and Wood (our local wonderful brewery). The focus was on some particular equipment that is used there to be featured in a magazine that Shecco produces. We cant show you any of those particular images they used, but here are some others we took while there. I love light through glass and wished we had more time to really get into that.
This Australia-wide company was holding a training event at a fantastic venue in the hills near Mullumbimby. They contacted us to come and do a quick headshots shoot. As a very varied team of individuals they were great subjects and fun to work with. Here are a few samples of what we did in a very short window for them.
As well as covering the opening of Australian Rainforest Products new factory, which we cant show you, due to the confidential nature of their processes, we also did a quick product shoot as well as capturing some stock photos for their website, as well as staff portraits. Our versatility means that a business can receive a lot of value from us in a short time. We are very cost-effective and this client was very happy with all we achieved for them. We also photographed the lemon myrtle flowers later in the season and provided them to complete the picture.
We’ve been putting more emphasis on our commercial photography recently and have been rewarded with some very enjoyable commercial jobs. One was for Dreamspace, a local company who import their own designs in mosquito nets, bed canopies and silk sheets and quilts. All lovely stuff to photograph, great people to work with and a beautiful setting looking out over the caldera, even though it was a wet day. If you’d like to know more about these beautiful products just go to Dreamspace or Mosquito Nets. Here are a few images from the shoot: