The last few months have been an extremely busy time for me. I have taken my photography full time, and also at the Taste Festival on New Years Eve launched a brand new part of my business, which is called KombiCam.
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These photos were taken some time back, in fact they were the first job I did with the 5D MkII. Tourism Tasmania needed cover photos taken for their Discover Tasmania Holiday Planners for Hobart and Surrounds, and Launceston, Tamar and the North.
First up saw an early morning start at the docks in Hobart. This photo was not used, but is a nice shot of the guy playing the fisherman role, and a great example of how well the 5D MkII handles low light conditions, with this photo being taken at 5:45 in the morning, hand held, in quite dark conditions.
This shot was used on the front cover of the Hobart guide.
This one was a few pages in.
A few days later it was up to Launceston for an overnight stay at Rosevears Estate and then down to the Strathlynn Vineyard to meet the models at the crack of dawn, who enjoyed a rather yummy looking cheese platter and some fine wine, all far too early in the morning for such indulgence. OK so there is no such thing as too early…
Inside front cover.
The Discover Tasmania “Your Holiday Planner” series has been printed and sent out around the country, and you can download the Hobart and Surrounds edition here, and the Launceston, Tamar and the North edition here.Continue reading