I mentioned in a Quick Picks post a few weeks ago that we were going to be attending Lost Movements to take photos of the Glory Box fashion parades. It was a fabulous night and the girls all looked stunning. As well as snapping shots of them during the parade, Geoff took advantage of the great backdrops provided by the art on the walls of the venue to capture these lovely portraits.
You can see the full gallery from the night here.
Clothes by Glory Box
Makeup by Elizabeth Crossley MUA
Hair by Obsidian on Brunswick
For this picture I really wanted to capture a quiet moment with the subject lost in her thoughts. In this case the beautiful Katie glows in her pregnancy.
Sometimes when we do a photo shoot we get bonus subjects. This photo was taken during a maternity shoot (the book of baby names kind of gives it away). The lovely puppy wasn’t scheduled to have a photo taken on her own, but she was posing so beautifully that Geoff obviously couldn’t resist.
A little bit of vintage glam for you on this cold Brisbane winter’s day.
Makeup by Poya Link Makeup Artistry.
Hair by Di Vine Hair.
More from our recent buskers series. This time a sun-kissed image of a ukulele player outside the Conservatorium in Southbank.
Have you ever seen a bright picture of someone playing a saxophone? Neither have I, there’s just something about it that needs to be played in a poorly lit dark room. That was the feel I was going for with this picture, even though it was actually taken in broad daylight in the Queen St Mall. Lit by a single light I was really pleased by the mood that was captured here.
The Queen St Mall can be a surprisingly good place to find talented musicians. This week we were lucky enough to meet Dylan Harris and capture this image!
Being a portrait photographer is a great job on most days, but when it allows us to photograph a beautiful yoga class raising funds to support children in Nepal it’s even better.
The class was the vision of the beautiful Jasmine Yogini as a way to fundraise for her friend Mahesh and the 12 children he cares for just outside Kathmandu. The venue was the light and airy Clayfield Yoga Studio, and it was a truly beautiful experience.
Jasmine intends to provide ongoing support, so stay tuned for details on the next fundraising event.
Whoever said that Sunday afternoons in the park needed to be slow and relaxing? Not these guys I think. This is slacklining, like tightrope walking but with less circus spandex and more backflips. Yes that’s right backflips! Awesome to watch and more evidence that there are fascinating people to meet all over the place!