Mount Gambier Commercial Photographer – West End Draught “The Reclaim”

Apparently way back in the good old days of 1847, Victoria misplaced it’s border line and took and extra 500 square miles of land from right under the noses of the South Aussies.

 

I dont know how they did it, but it was done.

 

None the less. Last week I had the opportunity to work with two of Australia’s sporting legends Tony Modra & Les Burdett, photographing them as they symbolically re-marked the true border between South Australia and Victoria.

 

Here’s a sample of some of the images, and as always if you are interested in my commercial work, feel free to get contact me as I would love to hear about your photographic needs.

 

Cheers! Dan.

dan ryan photography West End The Reclaim#Image2

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Mount Gambier Commercial Photography – Darriwill Farm, Hamilton

On the road again back to Hamilton in the Western District of Victoria for a photo shoot with John Hedly and the team at Darriwill Farm for a day of photographing the gourmet food, gifts wine and local produce on offer at their Hamilton shop & restaurant.

 

Here’s a sample of some of the images, and as always if you are interested in my commercial work, feel free to get contact me as I would love to hear about your photographic needs.

 

Cheers, Dan.

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Mount Gambier Commercial Photography – Judy Warne, Sculptural works of art

A  phone call from one of Dunkeld, Victoria’s artists and sculpturalists Judy Warne, well known for her “White Rabbit” sculptures, had me working on a fast paced photo shoot.

 

The briefing was to photograph one of her “Bronze Rabbit” sculptural works as the image is to be used as the centre-peice of art work for all of the Toorak village 2013 Sculpture Exhibition advertising; with a special request from Toorak village that it was a necessity that the images were to be shot and delivered…… “yesterday”.

 

As such the portable photographic studio was set up at her studio, capturing the required images and sending them off for advertising. All within a very short period of time.

 

With the portable photographic studio set up Judy also decided that she would have a number of her other pieces of works photographed as well for archival purposes and use in other exhibitions.

 

Below is a sneak peek of the final images produced and examples of how the final “Bronze Rabbit” image was used for the required advertising.

 

Here’s a sample of some of the images, and as always if you are interested in my commercial work, feel free to get contact me as I would love to hear about your photographic needs.

 

Cheers! Dan.

 

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