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The wedding dip

It seems like such a long time since I’ve posted any wedding photographs. I won’t be shooting any more weddings until at least September – while we’re having a baby (due 26th June) There are plenty of weddings I haven’t blogged and hopefully I’ll make time over the winter to post some of those photos.
The bride in the photograph below, Sam, booked Melanie Birt Photography from her home in Paris and I was excited to shoot my first international wedding alongside my friend Mel. I think I can count it as an international wedding, I just happen to live at the destination :) The ceremony at Bradley’s Head was followed by a lunchtime reception at Boronia House in Mosman and finished just in time to head back down for a beach sunset on Sydney Harbour. I’ll certainly be posting more photos of this gorgeous couple soon.
wedding photograph of bride and groom kissing on a beach in Sydney harbour

My tilted view of Vivid.

I dropped in on the Vivid festival in Sydney the other night and set myself a challenge – to photograph Sydney in a unique way and to somehow differentiate myself from the masses of photographers, tripods and “L glass”. I’ll post a few of those images over the next couple of weeks as I make time. They are experimental, unusual and certainly not to everyone’s taste. I’m not even sure how I feel about some of them. Let me know what you think.
HDR tilt shift photograph of the entrance to Luna Park in Sydney
tilted landscape photograph of Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House during the Vivid festival

Sydney University Health Sciences awards night 2011

Congratulations to all the recipients of awards.
Attendees of Sydney University’s Faculty of Health Sciences awards night will be able to login, view and order prints of the awards from Monday the 9th May until Sunday the 12th of June. The photos can be viewed via this Client Gallery link or the menu at the top of this page.
The password was provided on the inside cover of the Event Program, unfortunately the printing split the password onto 2 lines. The correct password consists of 4 words, separated by underscores.
Photograph of MacLaurin Hall during Sydney University Health Sciences Awards night 2011

Going wide

panoramic photograph of lynwood country club in Sydney at sunset

More than 90% of my site’s visitors have screens capable of high resolutions, at least 1280 pixels across, so as of today I’m upgrading to cater primarily for higher resolutions. If you’re one of the few with a lower resolution screen, I’m sorry, you’re probably seeing ugly horizontal scroll bars at the bottom of the page.

If you’re one of the vast majority, I hope you enjoy my site even more in high definition.

God rays

I’ve been doing some photography for a Sydney golf course recently, the same one that featured in my old website header.  They need some new shots of the course and clubhouse after they’ve finished installing new weather/sun sails.  They also needed some food photography for advertising and their website, that isn’t normally my thing but there is a certain appeal to my pedantic nature.  I spent an evening out there a couple of weeks ago salivating over several gorgeous meals and the photos I took turned out pretty well and I might post some soon.  Early this week I thought the sails would be close to finished so I headed over for a quick scouting mission, to find the best angles and take a photo or two.  The sails weren’t up yet, the spines had only just been painted.  But while I was standing there, this happened. 

Panoramic photograph of god rays.  Rays of sun streaming through the clouds over golfers on the green behind a water hazard.