Today, the creation of new apps is an almost daily occurrence. Once an app is created, it’s all about getting it into the marketplace and, especially for workplace apps, educating users on how to interact with it.
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Freestyle Event Photography recently photographed Absolute Value, an inner city property valuation company. The actual time spent photographing a team of 10 people was around 40 minutes, which may not seem like much. What clients don’t see is the behind-the-scenes preparation and post-production that goes into taking a group photo.
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On a clear, cool winter’s day, Freestyle were in attendance as official photographers for the New Zealand Air Force Awards Parade. While the Freestyle team have photographed Anzac parades for Auckland City Council, this is the first time we have been called upon to photograph New Zealand’s armed forces.
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Photographing a corporate networking event takes a particular set of skills as it involves capturing photos of people looking good, in action, and without getting in anybody’s way during the event. We have honed these skills over the past few years to become leaders in the game of event photography.
Here is a selection of networking shots for a few of our clients, including Global Talent, Squash New Zealand, and Abergeldie.
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Freestyle Event Photographers Tag and Rouan had a great time at the Rydges Hotel New Year’s eve party in Auckland this year. For three years running, Freestyle Event Photography have photographed this event, and as always, it was a great party!
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We were engaged to photograph the dinner that was held as part of this conference for project managers. PMI is an international organisation and the New Zealand chapter is one of more than 300 worldwide, with over 500,000 members.
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Geneva Healthcare provide support services to people with disabilities. This event, which Freestyle Event Photography was hired to document, was an annual ball for their clients, held at Eden Park, a venue where we have shot before. Special guests included: Suzy Cato, Peter Williams, and Michelle Isemonger.
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Medicine has come a long way from one hundred years ago. Then, humans lived to around 35 years. Today, we reach in NZ 82 years. This gives us so much more living – in a sense we live two complete lives. Medicine is one critical factor in giving us longevity.
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This year we were commissioned to photograph the Interface Science conference for Tech Week in New Zealand. Speakers from various research and innovation groups spoke on a podium. The key organisations were the MacDiarmid Institute and The Dodd-walls Centre, leading New Zealand research groups. For us, as photographers, we get the benefit of a paid contract as well as being able to dip into other fields and listen to fascinating lectures and presentations.
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PHOTOGRAPHY FOR MAGAZINES:
One of the exciting things we get to do is photography for magazines, especially those magazines that want something a little more creative and arty. It gives us a chance to push the boundaries and experiment a little. In this instance we photographed a number of leading architects and designers for M2 Man Magazine for a 7 page spread they were doing. The photography took place in the studio of one of the architects so we had to improvise quite a bit to get the look and feel we were after. The creative director wantes something moody and dramatic.
It’s a constant challenge for photographers, where we are suddenly placed in a situation and have to find a way to make it work. But this also lends itself to creative photography that comes precisely because it is unplanned. Continue reading “PHOTOGRAPHING LEADING ARCHITECTS FOR M2 Man MAGAZINE”