Love: Zanita

http://zanita.com.au/

In her own words:

“All my pictures are snapped with a Nikon D60, complete with remote and Velbon tripod. All digital editing done by me. Represented by Priscillas Agency, Sydney”

Having experience in front of the camera has translated to having a beautiful vision behind it for Zanita.

I somehow doubt the reverse would be true for me lol.

what I’ve been up to lately.

Shooting the portfolio of  GORGEOUS girl named Abbie….who isn’t signed but needs to be….

these images are UNTOUCHED……

Beach images:

Styling: Abi Fincham
MUA: Billie Weston
Hair: Vanessa Mulkearns
Model: Abbie Lewandowsky

Studio images:

Wardrobe: Abi Fincham
Styling: Abi/Abbie/Me/Abbie’s sister Hannah
Minimal makeup by: Elle Simmons
Hair: natural
Model: Abbie Lewandowsky


Love: Baldovino Barani

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All images taken from:

http://www.baldovinobarani.com/

I love love love this work. I feel like I’m almost doing the images a disservice as they are all part of a larger story than the 2 or 3 images of each shoot here, but I feel that each image has the power in its own right to stand alone.

I believe his work will last. He doesn’t shoot with any orientation towards the current low-fi trend.
While he uses devices that are trend based (such as techniques in post production) at the core of his work is the narrative, and emotion, and beauty, and these are three things that don’t date, and can be applied in style of photography (well, art actually!)
This is what I want my work to become.

Go to his website for more beautiful work, and to see the stories I have used here justice!!

“dome”

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(The link for the video below)

Director: Skye Thompson
D.O.P.: Jason Hargreaves
Talent: Vicky Kordatou
Hair: Felicity Skelman
M.U.A: Rhianon Ellis
Stylist: Abi Fincham
Frocks: Daniel Mcilwraith

I was asked by a friend of mine to come to Daniel Mcilwraith’s collection shoot – he had decided to make a fashion film instead of doing the typical photographic shoot, but he needed behind the scenes and good fashion shots in addition to the film.

Daniel is fantastic; it helps when the designer is so much fun and so very talented! I have no doubt he’s going to go farrr… and I want his dress so bad!

It was a very interesting experience for me because for the most part, I was not directing the model, and at the time I wasn’t aware of the intended storyline;  I was photographing over the shoulder of the film crew, catching the good angles when I could. Strange as it was, I enjoyed myself and it was extremely valuable experience; I’m so happy with the photos and they served Daniel very well 😀