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Catching beauty…

Sometimes a photographer’s life can be mighty privileged. Last December, while working on the teenage television production, Castaway in Broome, I was given the opportunity to shoot photographs for the portfolio of one of the lead actors, 15 year old, Mikayla Southgate. Endowed with a translucent beauty, and a talent to match, Mikayla is an Australian actress to watch. If she persists in the business, I predict that she will go to the very top.

These are two of my favourite pictures from a shoot on Cable Beach:

Technical details:  Nikon D90, Nikkor 80-200mm 2.8 zoom, focal length 200mm,

ISO640 F2.8 @ 1/250 sec.

Technical details:  Nikon D90, Nikkor 80-200mm 2.8 zoom, focal length 155mm,

ISO640 F2.8 @ 1/640 sec.

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On the road again…

This morning at 4.45am I was scraping ice off the car windshield in wintry Hobart, Tasmania.

Tonight I am 3100km away luxuriating in the tropical warmth of a Broome evening after a 30 degree (C) day. It’s so good to be on the road again and great to be able to avoid almost a month of a Tasmanian winter. Working as stills photographer on the the Northway Productions childrens’ television series, Trapped.

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