Here’s a few shots of the bundle of Irish awesome, TaraTree…one super quick stroll along the beach followed by some shots around the pool!
That’s all we could say for the longest time after this shoot. Bananas! Bananas! Bananas!
It wouldn’t stop raining. Little did I know that Tully Gorge was the rainiest area in all of Australia. We made do with the umbrella though, so that’s alright. 😉
On the way into the rainforest we stopped for shoppits and dockets at the local gas station. I still don’t understand that.
I’m still buzzing from my first ever Zoefest, it was a great time with a mix of amazing people. Things have been pretty hectic since getting back to the UK, but with winter moving in we’ve had severe snow storms here and the country is coming to a standstill which means lots of editing time for me. (although still a long way to go, so many great shoots to edit)
Here are a selection of my shoots with Madame Bink:
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Every year we have slide show nights and last year we started giving away little prizes for the most entertaining slide shows. One’s that keep your attention, move at a welcoming pace and use imagination in producing something to showcase their images. Malcolm Grant won the photographer side of things. He won a copy of Aperture 3.
Here’s one of the images he shot this year at Mission Beach during ZoeFest 2010.
I love working with Rei. I wish I could do it more often. I wish they all could be California models.
In the land down under, it takes a lot to disturb others. They generally pass by with a curious look and go on their way without much fanfare. I asked parents with children if they cared before we did this and the response was, “Well, I reckon that’d be alright.” And the look was astoundingly that of “Why ask? Just do it.” So I was able to do something that would have gotten us all arrested in the United States and had a blast doing it. One lady even stopped to applaud us. Oh, just to be back there.
Here are some of my first edits from Mission Beach, Australia. These shots were taken about 30 meters away from our balcony at around 5.30am on one of the mornings with a beautiful sunrise.
Our photographs were taking during a really short shoot, I think we only shot 20 frames in a couple of minutes, but the colours were so amazing we couldn’t miss the chance to shoot (be it short and sweet).
Luckily Keira found the time to model for me on another morning so more photos will be posted from that shoot soon.
Lots more to come, Adam Robertson // www.adamrobertson.co.uk