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New to getting your product photographed ?
June 20, 2020

Here is how to engage your photographer from a seasoned professionals perspective. “Tamika Nelsen has been in the marketing industry for over a decade working for a number of key brands including; Qantas, Taco Bell, and Nando’s. Throughout her career, she has engaged many professional creatives to support executional tactics to achieve required business and brand objectives.” This is what she had to say about her process of finding the...

Get the most out of your product photography - a client perspective
March 25, 2020

With over 10 years of experience in creative direction, food industry professional Melissa Korhecz has perfected the art of briefing creative teams. She believes that good photography is never an accident and you can set yourself up for success by writing a comprehensive brief. Here’s how.   Let’s say you’ve got a big project coming up, a campaign with a budget for photography and design, it’s exciting and a bit overwhelming. With...

A handy hiring checklist to find your next pro photographer
March 25, 2020

The Photographer or the Instagrammer - choosing your next pro Just like The Cook and The Chef, an Australian television show I adore, ‘The Instagrammer and The Photographer’ both have admirable qualities. The valuable point here is—they’re offering very different services in a similar sphere. Being well-versed in the food-service industry I hear both amazing and cringe-worthy stories about photoshoots, photographers and their final...

Innovation, creativity and sandwiches
April 9, 2018

Ah, the humble sandwich Many of us have memories of school lunches when our parents attempted a gourmet creation (in my case—tomato, basil and philly cheese), rather than sticking to the safety of Vegemite, jam or peanut butter. Come lunchtime those gourmet delights were often soggy messes—but sometimes there was a surprising culinary delight. As someone with a passion for food, food origins and recipe inspirations, whenever I come across...

Pollinator
October 24, 2017

Introducing Brisbane's Pollinator Space This busy bee has been pollinating for new ideas Big things have been a buzz this year. With the latest milestone of my passion project I've achieved a long term plan and am excited to share the news with you. After what seems like years of dreaming, I now own and operate a bespoke, commercial warehouse turned creative/photographic studio in Stafford, on Brisbane’s inner-northside rim. As well as...

Inferno
May 27, 2014

I haven't had this much fun with food in a while, when you get the opportunity to include food, fire, and exploding sauce all in one space,  mess happens - a lot of mess, but a lot of laughing , and a lot of scraping pizza sauce off your camera for days. This is from my recent shoot for the new Pizza Capers Inferno campaign. Special thanks to Feast's inspired team and to Danny Michaud from Light and Motion, for his help with the pyrotechnics...

Snuffed out
June 20, 2012

"Stilled Life" My years of shooting everything from high fashion to coal have taken me to wild and wondrous places. These experiences have given me a front row seat at the sources of our food supply. I’ve seen the good, the bad and the shockingly ugly. That connection has given me a enormous respect for the plants and animals that give up their life to sustain ours. For these reasons I’ve made personal choices to grow my own organic veggies, and...

Down the Rabbit hole
May 20, 2012

As a child I had a very vivid imagination, and a penchant for the theatrical. Nowadays, the things I dream up I want to be able to make a reality.  In pixels anyway. My idea was to re-create Lewis Caroll’s Mad Hatter’s tea party, but to capture the mayhem just after the characters had fled the scene. With the assistance of talented food stylist, Jaime Reyes, bringing the magic to the table by creating toadstools with cupcakes, burger-sized...

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