Getting out of your comfort zone is great for creativity — Photofocus

Getting out of your comfort zone is great for creativity. It not only gets the heart pumping but can also get the brain thinking. I have been working with a new client, who is a fantastic creative herself and her brief was for ‘a riot of color’ for Mardi Gras costume pieces. 21 more words

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In the studio – new door

I have been on the lookout for some time for a few vintage props; tin tile, sash window pane and a door of a manageable size and all at a manageable price. I recently visited yet another renovators warehouse and hoped to find a few treasures to come home. While I did find some treasures,…

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Mondays Musings

I can pretty much say I am officially back from break lol…it’s been a super busy, but fun weekend. It’s hard to believe we have almost hit the end of January. The weather has been up and down, we had smoke clear and return, we had rain come and go, yesterday some parts of Melbourne…

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Conceptual Art – Safe Haven

This was a conceptual piece with a difference, mostly apart from the original image of the house, the rest is using resources from artist friends, backgrounds and such. Also every time I had an idea on HOW to progress with this piece I tried to do the opposite, kind of why it possibly looks nothing…

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Share your world – 15th Jan 2020

Another week and Australia is still on fire, and I do mean Australia, I believe every state now has its own problems. Although quieter and not so extreme for the last few days. The heat and winds are picking up again, Summer storms are on their way this afternoon for us here in Victoria. Let’s…

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In the studio – Rainbow Brite

In between Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve, we snuck in the very last photoshoot for 2019, boy was it a doozy. I must admit at first I was a tad uncomfortable with the session brief, but the more I thought about it, the more excited I actually become. Using REAL paint and throwing it…

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Conceptual Portraits – Head in the clouds

I am a bit of a daydreamer, always have been. I would stare out windows in class, or even at work and play in my daydreams, wishing I was somewhere else. I know I am not alone, many people do it. I was chatting to another photographer/artist friend and I was reminded of the saying…

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Mondays Musings

I have literally been in a fog this week, I have not even picked up my camera. Going back to work sucked (my part-time time job, not my photographic job). I am feeling totally uninspired. I took this weekend off from life to try to re-charge. I just chilled at home, watched some Netflix. But…

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