Of course, we did all the straight, corporate shots as well (tellers, clients, locations etc)….. but you can’t expect a tourism photographer not to have a bit of fun with the subject matter when he gets the chance (below).
PHOTOGRAPHY TIP 60: I head for Western Australia in a fortnight to photograph the Whale Sharks on Ningaloo Reef – a challenge more likely to be determined by the weather and the clarity of the water, as much as my ability to position a 12 metre, 21 ton leviathan in front of my camera.
Having barely recovered from the stress I generated for myself on that shoot (and the assignment was more than six months ago I might add), I returned to rural Victoria last week on a separate commission to be handed a copy of Country Style Magazine (think Gourmet Traveller, Belle and Vogue Living heads to the bush), along with a Pinterest selection of some of the best imagery in the world. “Yes, David” they said. “This is the quality of photography we want you to replicate over the next five days.”
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