Before and After

We all see the same things but how we interpret these things (along with a knowledgeable, intentional approach on light, composition, colour and post processing) makes us different and unique.

~ A baby and a puppy ~

Shooting Specs
- Canon 5D Mark III
- EF 35mm f1.4
- 1/80 sec; f/3.2; ISO 250
- Natural Window Light (side)

~ Backlit Ethereal ~

Shooting Specs
- Canon 5D Mark III
- EF 24-70mm f2.8
- 1/200 sec; f/3.2; ISO 250
- Natural Window Light (back and side)

~Gold Winning Image~

Shooting Specs
- Canon 5D Mark III
- EF 35mm f/1.4L USM
- 1/320 sec; f/2.5 ISO 250

~ Baby on a Swing ~

Baby on a swing portraits are achieved by compositing two (sometimes more) images together. Baby was on a safe level, with a spotter nearby for added safety. In my studio, baby's safety is top priority, always.

~ New York Workshop ~

This was shot at my New York workshop where studio is obviously not my studio, hence the light is different. But because I use the same colour tones as I use in my studio, the resulting image is consistent to the images I take back inAustralia. Consistency is key in establishing your style and brand.

~ Baby in a Cloud ~

Specs - Canon 5D Mark III, Canon EF35 F1.4L
1/200 sec; f/2.2; ISO 400

~Baby boy on dark wood~

~ Baby on a Nest ~

Camera - Canon 5D Mark III
Lens - Canon EF 35mm f/1.4 L USM
Light Source - Window Light
Shooting Specs - 1/200 sec; f/2.8; ISO 400
Edited in Lightroom and Photoshop

~lack of natural light~

The biggest dilemma with natural light is how sunlight varies depending on the season, location, time of day and weather. This was shot on a particularly dark day, there was no sun and the clouds were dark. It seemed like 5pm in the studio. I have to crank my ISO to 1250 which was way higher than my normal 200-400.

~ Through the Blooms ~

~ Parisian Doll ~


~ Baby on a Flokati ~

~ Tushie Up ~

~ From an Ugly Duckling to a Beautiful Studio ~

One of my proudest before and after. I had a vision, we made it happen and now "SHE" is famous lol :)