Tag Archive: corporate


Professional Planner Magazine

We photographed Alex Malley on location at the CPA Australia Office for the cover and inside spread of the September issue of Professional Planner magazine.

Photographically, the CPA office offered some interesting backdrops which was great, especially as we only had a small window of time to capture the range of shots required. Alex was also a consummate professional and comfortable in front of the camera which only added to the smooth running and success of the shoot.

“Professional Planner is the leading voice for financial planners where they can learn about industry standards, get news, information, debate and develop new ideas.”

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Why CPA Australia backed Malley to shake up financial planning

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We’ve started doing creative portraits for the new “People Q&A” section in NIBA‘s Insurance & Risk Professional magazine.  Published by Mahlab Media, Graphic Designer Jack Pike wanted a “Time Magazine” feel for the portraits.  We get about an hour with the subject and have lots of fun exploring different poses, techniques and styles to achieve images that reflect the subject and the theme of the story.

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Blog about a Blogger

Here’s a little Blog about the business behind blogging. Will Blunt commissioned  us to produce some banner and profile imagery for his business “Blogger Sidekick”. He was looking to capture some fresh, vibrant and natural imagery that matched in with his branding. We think the shots came up nicely. Blogger sidekick has some great advice for businesses wishing to have a greater online presence so pop on over and have a look. www.bloggersidekick.com

Cheers, Cameron.

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Corporate portraits – The Simple Solution (White is the new white)

As much as “we” the Studio Commercial photographers crowd our blog with pictures that ooze imagination, colour & creativity, there is none the less a big calling for the clean and simple.

Canon Cameras has run a campaign for a number of years with the slogan “Advanced Simplicity” this featured just a single camera on a blank white page… the power of this approach is not to be underestimated.

In a similar way a corporate headshot on white can offer, in an instant, a concise and un-distracted view of “the voice at the other end of the phone” this brings the viewer face to face with a real person. Quick, simple and cost effective.

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