Sunset Tag

 

Vicky and Jordan had their wedding day on the 30th November 2008. The ceremony was at the International City Church, and the reception was at Gianni Portside. The ceremony was beautiful and even included a band on stage, projected image of events and an impressive lighting setup. I also found the hottest room in the building for the group shot at the end of the ceremony. After the ceremony, the bride and groom headed out to Newstead Park for some location shots. The weather was great with a bright blue sky. Once we were done at Newstead Park we all…

Sasha and Lewis had their wedding day on the 4th October 2008. The ceremony, location shots and reception was at Rydges Capricorn Resort, Yeppoon. The weather was great although started to get a little windy on the beach. Apparently there were five other weddings at the resort on the same day. Thank-you to Sasha and Lewis for the great day. Here are some of the photographs so far. Leave a comment at the bottom of this page. This is hilarious. Click for larger images. [imgset:72157607898920286,square,true]

Silhouette at Sunset

01 Oct 2008, Posted by Nigel in Weddings

Just finishing off processing the photographs from Lisa and Rodney’s wedding and thought this one was interesting. Taken at sunset. Leave a comment at the bottom of this page.

Melany Farm

29 Aug 2008, Posted by Nigel in General

It seems like panorama’s are the flavour of the month. Here is another photo from Melany that has been stitched together from 8 photographs. We were just driving along when I caught this view out of the corner of my eye. I decided to hit the brakes and take a couple of snaps. Click for a larger view.

Glasshouse Mountains, Sunshine Coast

23 Aug 2008, Posted by Nigel in General

We travelled to Melany to actually attend a wedding and not photograph one on Saturday 16th August and I thought I would camp out for the sunset on the Friday night near the Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve looking at the wonderful Glasshouse Mountains. It was freezing cold and blowing an absolute gale (not good for steady shots on the tripod). We persisted for an hour or so and had a snack while we were there. This is the first panorama I have stitched together from the shoot so far. Click for a larger pictures. Notes: 1/160 @ f14 @ 70mm…