Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Loud Events green screen function for Enerflex Opening

We really enjoy doing our corporate green screen work for functions and we've done several of these for Helena & the team at Loud Events. The latest was for the opening of a huge new industrial facility at Eagle Farm for Enerflex. This was an important milestone for Enerflex in Australia and the opening was conducted by Stephen Robertson MP, Minister for Natural Resources, Mines and Energy and Minister for Trade. Loud Events created another unqiue event and we had a great time playing our part.





More from the Lockyer Valley...

A few more images from our project to capture imagery for the Lockyer Valley Tourism Guide. this time it is imagery from in and around the new Cultural Centre at Lake Apex in Gatton.




A few new shots from film...

A few weeks ago I uploaded some old shots from my film archives and was lamenting the decline of film based photography. I still love shooting with film and below are some images from some personal stuff taken over the past few weeks with a variety of film stocks. I think the results speak for themselves and go to show that film based photography is far from dead and buried and that now I just have to find a few couples who want their day captured on film.








The first shots above were taken with my trusty old Canon EOS 50 which still takes a fabulous image but I have recently taken delivery of a fantastic reconditioned Olympus Trip from the guys at www.tripman.co.uk I had a Trip many many years ago and it was the camera I really learned to take quality photos with. With their small size, exceptional quality optics, very robust frames and a selenium (solar) powered basic exposure system (no batteries - how green is that!!) these cameras were the ultimate travel camera in 70's and 80's and I have many fond memories of holidays captured with one of these. My new Trip is a bit more snazzy - couldn't go past the red crocodile skin finish!! - but works just as well as my first one and I look forward to sharing many more shots with you.