In a small rocky jut of land, equidistant from the skyscrapers of Surfers Paradise and the moderate buildings of Currumbin, lies a little piece of paradise. We brought the lovely Magda out for an ethereal sunset shoot in the cool Australian Winter.
Of course, variety is always the aim for me – how can I take the same model, same location, same make up and clothing and make each image distinct, different, and yet interesting in its own right. It’s a challenge – one I hope I rose to in this particular session!
I am not usually given the opportunity to photograph animals – but when asked by fellow Australian photographer Ainslie Bernoth of Wild Spirit Studio, I jumped at the opportunity!
The owner of the Arabian horse stud farm had a gorgeous English riding habit that I simply could not wait to photograph in the later hours of the Australian Winter afternoon. As well, model Charni rose to the occasion as well and created moving portraits of girl and horse.
Simone, the owner of the ranch and her special horses.
And Charni’s images
It’s just two weeks until I have the pleasure of hosting a rare in-person workshop for photographers. I’ll be working with Melody Hood of Inammorata Photography to teach all the important techniques and skills that make a good image into a wow image.
The workshop features 3 days of instruction, a small group of photographers (under 10 total!), a great location (Chattanooga, Tenn), and two very dedicated instructors.
Come join us in Chattanooga and take your photography to the next level! More information on the our website: http://www.photolearningresource.com