Category Archives: Image Processing

Head On

I was thrilled that the photograph ‘Ahmad’ that I retouched for Matthew Duchesne was one of three 2007 joint winners of the Head On Portrait Prize. I have included two other images that I processed in the series which help to tell the story of that afternoon. Head On is the nation’s major innovative showcase for Australian […]

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Kids of Sydney

Kids of Sydney was a Milk & Honey Photography project that aimed to capture a portrait of a generation within Sydney between 2005 and 2007. The resulting volume collated these photographs into a coffee table book full of beautiful portraits which raised over $10,000 for the Make A Wish Foundation. Images from the series were also awarded […]

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Leaving Pukaki

This short series of photographs are an excerpt from the end of a very different looking days shoot. Leaving Lake Pukaki behind us, the farther we drove, the darker and stranger the sky became. He seemed as reluctant to let us leave as we felt compelled to.   Chief Pukaki was an 18th century ancestor of […]

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Bearflavoured

Bearflavoured was a series of projects culminating in a book curated by Aki Choklat & Christian Trippe that was released in 2007. It attracted submissions from a diverse range of disciplines and respected designers from around the world, so my inclusion as a photographer was unexpected and very rewarding. It was fantastic to later find that my short series of […]

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A few Photoshop tools

Some more recent retouching. The ‘before’ images here are those I processed for proofing, so I had finalised all basic enhancements to colour, density and cropping prior to undertaking any retouching. All modifications were at the request of the client. You can mouse over the photo below for slideshow controls, which […]

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