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  1. How To Build A Professional Photography Portfolio

    24 Oct 2018

    Building a professional photography portfolio is all about the art of curation  As a photographer, almost always we only have a short amount of time to capture the interest of our audience, whether it’s showing someone your work in person or having them scroll through your website or social channels.…


  2. 4 Books Freelance Photographers Need to Read

    07 Jun 2018

    Whether studying or self-taught, there are some things that we just miss out on. Luckily, there are many out there who want to share their secrets to success with us and these are a few of the best. Here are my top recommendations for any photographers who are looking to…


  3. WORKSHOP ANNOUNCEMENT: Labassa Mansion

    14 May 2018

    I’m so excited to announce my first photography workshop! I remember the first fashion photography workshop I attended when I was first starting out as a photographer, we shot a bunch of agency models in a lavish location and the images I took away lasted years in my portfolio. They…


  4. Top 8 Photoshoot Locations In Melbourne

    24 Jan 2018

    Finding the perfect locations to shoot at can be a tiring task when faced with all the options that the wonderful city of Melbourne and it’s regional areas have to offer.  I always look forward to Spring and Summer in Victoria as it’s a chance to get out of the…


  5. A Feminist’s Guide to Retouching

    26 Dec 2016

    It’s the era of female empowerment, so why are we still being force fed images of reconstructed beauty? This could be an opinion piece and where I rant about things you may or may not agree with, but instead I’m going to walk through my process of how I retouch…


  6. A Guide To Printing Your First Portfolio Book

    30 Jul 2016

    As your career as a photographer advances you’ll find yourself in new situations. As a photographer, you’ll start to book bigger and better jobs and you will be asked to meetings where you can pitch yourself as the photographer. These days, most photographers have a website and believe it will…


  7. Where To Get Photography Inspiration

    12 Jul 2016

    There is so much photography inspiration available so how do you navigate these deep waters? Between online websites, magazines and galleries theres so much inspiration out there that it can be become a bit bombarding. Here are a few suggestions about navigating the various sources of insp. and finding the…


  8. Taking Amazing Landscapes On The Go

    16 Jun 2016

    The world is an incredible place and everyone sees it a little differently. A successful landscape photographer is able to take what’s in front of them and put their individual stamp on it. Personally, I like to chase landscapes that will inspire me so I’m always taking road trips to…


  9. How To Plan A Successful Photography Campaign

    02 May 2016

    We all have expectations about how shoot day will unfold. Most people have unrealistic expectations of how much time each shot will take, how the weather can effect your outcome and just how much effort needs to be put into pre-production.  Being organised is your main priority for the day.…


  10. Why All Fashion Photographers Should Use Pinterest

    26 Apr 2016

    I’ll admit, it took me a very long time to get amongst the Pinterest users. I used to hear about it from a few of my photography pals at college but I still didn’t get it.. why was Pinterest so great?  One day I was trying to sort through all…


  11. 7 Step Workflow

    17 Apr 2016

    Having an organised workflow is the key to creating a time saving system and keeping your files organised. There are many ways to make your workflow more efficient and these methods can ensure your files are easily accessible. The two most widely used programs that photographers use to catalog images…


  12. How To Book A Photoshoot

    14 Mar 2016

    Booking your first photoshoot can be a new and exciting experience but it’s easy to have preconceptions that don’t always match up to your experience. It can become a stressful, overwhelming or nervous process if you don’t feel prepared.   Most bookings are made via email or over the phone, it…


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