Since the pandemic hit our shores with restrictions tightened for indoor gatherings, many face-to-face business events have cancelled, postponed, or adapted to either virtual or hybrid (part virtual/part live). From May 2020, Camera Creations has been covering virtual and hybrid events for our clients who have had to change the format of their live events. These include annual industry awards, launches and business conferences, both recorded or streamed live across Australia.
Welcome to our latest CC eNews from our series of Photography Tips in ISO...Episode #2... During lockdown, at least we can stay connected. We find ourselves back on those video calls more than ever - whether working from home or connecting with our loved ones. So we thought we'd share a little 'lockdown love' with some expert on-camera tips; 'Look Like a Dream As You Stream in 3 Easy Steps'. Online business calls are again part of the regular routine for those working from ho
Welcome to Camera Creations’ latest CC eNews from our series of photography tips at home. Well...not really at home...as restrictions are easing (HOORAY!!) it’s finally safe to start getting out and about and some of us are beginning to get back to business. Now may be the ideal time to invest in your professional business portrait! Trust me, with a brand new head-shot that you’re confident with, it will feel like a fresh start. We’ve been capturing plenty of business portrai
If you’ve been lucky enough to have a pet around while working from home, this is the 'pawfect' opportunity to practice your pet photography skills and try to get some beautiful portraits of your furry friend. For best results, if you have an actual camera - now’s your chance to use it. But if not, these tips can be applied to your phone camera as well. 1. Light & Bright Good lighting is key to any kind of photography. Morning and late afternoon are often great times to shoot
Many of us are spending more time at home and discovering our “inner Master Chef”, we love to photograph our creations and to share our recipes with family and friends. No doubt, when restrictions lift we’ll be back to our favourite restaurants and cafes in droves to capture our meals in all their glory (quickly) before we fill our bellies! Until then - remember that people eat with their eyes first, so using these five tips should undoubtedly make your photos drool-worthy...