If you have a dog you're going to love this week's Client Spotlight. Meet Frankie and Otis, two gorgeous Basenji’s and the face of My Pet Script. Michelle Holland is the genius behind the subscription box service, focusing on the health and well-being of your beloved pets. My brief was simple, capture the relationship between Michelle and her… Continue reading Client Spotlight – My Pet Script
There are a plethora of photo editing apps out there. It can be confusing and overwhelming when you are looking for something quick and easy to use. Many have the same functionality and some are certainly easier to use than others. I admit I don't use everything that one app may offer but rather pick each… Continue reading My 6 Favourite Photo Editing Apps
Airbnb is a household name in the travel and accommodation industry but did you know the company's name was originally Airbed and Breakfast? It was founded on an idea born by two 27-year old's when they were struggling to pay their rent. When an industrial design course was held in Joe Gebbia and Brian Chesky's home… Continue reading How professional photos helped to make Airbnb a success!
It's the middle of winter here in Perth. And by the middle of winter I mean it's the middle of July. We've had a few cold nights and it's rained for about a week so it has been pretty mild overall. We have had a lot of overcast days though and that's troublesome when you're… Continue reading Two ways to reduce shadows in your flat lay images
I love working with small handmade businesses. It's easy to connect to the brand story when the creator is the face of the business. Sharon at Flying Fairy Creations is a very talented crafter and resin artist. She makes unique tooth boxes, resin jewellery and hand painted fairy/dragon doors. They're magical and that was what I… Continue reading Client Spotlight – Flying Fairy Creations
If you follow me on Instagram (or if you've checked out my gallery) then you'll know I am a big fan of flat laid images (if you haven't and are new to this blog then go have a squiz and then find out what a flat lay is here). I love how easy it is… Continue reading 5 ways to style your flat lay (for maximum impact)
A lot of my posts so far have been about having great product images and why it's important to have the best ones on your website and social media accounts. But this is also true of any online business, even if you don't have a product to sell. If you have a website and are trying to… Continue reading Great website images without products
One of the things I love about my job, besides the actual styling and photography, is getting to meet local, amazingly talented and creative people. Amanda from Amanda's Woollen World is one such person whom I have had the pleasure of working with recently. She creates unique woollen masterpieces and I had such fun shooting some… Continue reading Client Spotlight – Amanda’s Woollen World
Phone cameras are pretty amazing these days aren't they? My iPhone is my most used camera and I share images from my phone every day. Iphoneography definitely has its place in our lives and our social media campaigns, but is it enough? Do you really need to pay a professional photographer for images when phone… Continue reading Camera vs Phone – does it matter?
As promised in my post a few weeks ago I've got some tips on how to capture the perfect flat lay. Flay lays are hugely popular on Instagram right now and for good reason. They look great, can tell a story and are a perfect way to style up your products, or props to create engagement with… Continue reading 5 tips for the perfect flat lay