It seems the end of the financial year always brings on a frenzy of companies requiring new corporate portraits. Here are some recent images we’ve produced.
When Linda of “Interiors by Linda Nolis” approached us with the brief to shoot a pool-house she had styled (and more) we were expecting a small out building with minimal facilities, by a pool. How wrong we were. This pool-house is the shizzle. Large upstairs bedroom with en suite and daybed, open plan kitchen, dining, living and an outdoors/indoors barbecue area are just the foundation of this creation. The outdoors shower is the icing on the cake and was very tempting to jump under on the cold nights we were there photographing. Obviously the first question was “when can we move in?”!
Also notable are all of the mod-cons dotted through-out the house, installed by the clever guys at the BeSmart Group.
When we received the call from Wilderness for a new series of images for school publications we were over the moon to be going back to such a beautiful school (after the shoot for their advertising agency). The girls at Wilderness are so down to earth and willing to co-operate that working with them is a breeze. We came away with some real gems, here are a couple of examples..
Over the last couple of years we’ve done a fair amount of work for the Royal Society for the Blind; ranging from Guide Dogs to the Adelaide Rotunda, the subject matter is always interesting. This project was no exception, this young lady only lost her sight at the end of 2008. The way she has managed to continue with essentially the same standard of living is unfathomable, her mentality was very basic – let her loss of sight bring her down or learn to live with it and make the most of her life. As simple as that sounds, we doubt it would be that easy for most people to come to terms with such a massive life change. This is where the RSB does a brilliant job in supporting the vision impaired community.
We were privileged to be involved in the production of this year’s school prospectus alongside the talented team at Mitousa. Special thanks goes to our assistant Dave who spent the 3 days lugging lighting gear around the school! The girls were also fantastic to work with, here are a few highlights from the publication..
In May this year Lightly Salted was commissioned by the RSB to create portraits of the YBL participants. We were over the moon that they gave us creative freedom and allowed us to produce these punchy images with a little bit of attitude! Our main goal was to avoid the general corporate look and produce something more edgy and modern.