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    Zoe Wiseman 1:21 am on June 29, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Cameron Attree’s Slide Show 


    vimeo DirektCameron Attree ZoeFest ’09

    Just saw this on Vimeo and thought I’d share because it’s awesome.

    Cheers Cameron!

    ZoeFest 09 by Cameron J Attree from Cameron Attree on Vimeo.

     
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    eric scott 8:57 pm on March 22, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    More for Oz :) 

    This post includes several of what I consider some of my favorites that I had just loaded on my blog and not this one…I was trying to balance it out between this one and my personal one.  So for consideration for publication….here you go!!!!!!

     
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    eric scott 12:19 am on March 5, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Bink: Beautiful Ending to Oz 

    I’ve reached the end of the trail with the images from my trip to New Zealand and Oz.  There may be odds and ends that I edit from time to time, but these pictures of Bink represent  the last of the best.  It makes me a little sad to wrap up this creative journey that started a year ago starting to plan the trip and ending now editing the last pictures.  In between was a lot of hard work planning a New Zealand trip for 4 fun companions to eventually join more than 20 talented creative souls from OZ, Scotland, England, and the USA in Mission Beach, Australia.  And though the sights were incredible, the unforgettable thing for me is the bounds of old friendships strengthened and the  new friendships made, the unselfish sharing of talent by some amazing photographers and the intrepid spirit of the models as they climbed rocks and trees, waded in muddy pools, greeted the dawn in warm tropical breezes, balanced on logs, fought off swarms of jungle flies and wild killer birds.  Of course all of this made smoother with the local lubricants of Toohey’s and Murder Point. I’ve never seen a 30 pack of beer before. 🙂

    And in the end, I am blown away by all the incredible images I’ve created from the trip with the help of such talented, creative people.  I felt like I was able to experiment with new technical aspects of photography – becoming a better photographer as well as new directions in editing that have expanded my creative abilities.

    Well, Back to the final images.  As you may notice, you don’t see Bink’s feet in any of these shots.  As told before, the poor lass had cute her foot on some rocks and then had a crab bite her other foot and she could barely walk and needed to keep her shoes on.  So we shot around her boots.  In spite of all that she kept going as we hiked and limped up the Mt Kataloo trail on Dunk Island with me worrying if we should stop.  We made it half way up the mountain not seeing many shooting sites until we came upon this massive tree,  which I believe is a Banyan Tree.  It was so huge it must have been 100’s of years old.  Bink expertly used her famous green shawl to create some classic images complimenting the dark brown bark and green moss on the tree.

     
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    eric scott 8:22 pm on February 28, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Binkventureous 

    Is that a word?  Well it applies.  As Bink mentioned in her posting, it was a day of adventure.  Here’s a few more from our morning session at Mission Beach. I believe several of these are some of the best fine art images I’ve ever created thanks to a beautiful sunrise, a tropical morning and a very talented lady.  To see more go to the posting “Bink at the Beach” on my blog  http://figuremodels.org/ericscott

     
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    Zoe Wiseman 11:19 pm on February 27, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Over the next two to three weeks, I will… 

    Over the next two to three weeks, I will be picking out images for our book to accompany this trip. Projected book release will be April 2010. Working title: OZ 2009. The title will change of course. 😉

     
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      eric scott 5:43 am on February 28, 2010 Permalink

      How are you selecting them? do you want us to submit our top 10? I’ve put most of what I consider the best ones either in this blog or mine. I’ve got a few more of Bink that are pretty good that I’ll be finishing over the next week or two (haven’t posted any of those yet) woo hoo….excited about this!

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      Zoe Wiseman 6:19 am on February 28, 2010 Permalink

      feel free to email me eric

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    eric scott 4:57 pm on February 21, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Australian Sampler 

    Trying to keep the dream alive with a sampling of recently finished works collaborating with the models Joceline, Soph and Vassanta.  For more from these sessions, please visit my blot at http://figuremodels.org/ericscott.

     
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    eric scott 10:37 pm on January 23, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Joceline: Rocking at Sunset 

    I spent an afternoon at Mission Beach, Australia shooting the London fashion and art model, Joceline in the jungles and beaches in the area.  We started out shooting in the jungles and moved to the rock seawall and beaches as the sun was setting.  The set here was shot among the rocks of the seawall as the sun cast a golden glow on Joceline’s English porceline complexion and hair.  Joceline is trained as a ballerina and she showed off her grace posing among the rocks and expertly using the light to accentuate her form.  Future blogs will show our other fine art and fashion sets in the jungle and beach.  Lovely work, Joceline!!

     
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    eric scott 6:45 pm on January 17, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Vassanta: Mission Beach Palm Fashion 

    In our stay in Mission Beach, the hotel Eco Village was very supportive and accommodating to our needs.  I can’t say enough good things about them.  They gave us free rein of the open air dining facility in the evenings to present our slide shows and even allowed us to shoot nudes around the property as long as we were respectful to the other guests.  And there were some very nice places to shoot on the property as well as the adjoining beach with just a few short step from your bungalow.   One day, Vassanta and I wandered around the property looking for places to shoot. We found a grove of palm trees, another area that the hotel was using to discard palm fronds providing a bed of leaves, and a discarded branch that looked like bizarre antlers. The ever creative V  also came up with the idea of using parts of the webbing around the palm trunk as a headdress. We got some lovely shots using the amber color of the palm fronds to accentuate her tan. I also used some new editing techniques to get a gorgeous platinum hued split tone result.   We were also fortunate to benefit from one of  those rare occasions where you are at the right place at the right time.  She was posing on top of this tree that had grown around a rock when a  natural sun burst started filtering through the trees behind her.  This also provided a spot of light on her as well.  I timed the shot to coincide as the burst came through the trees. Ahhh….another day in paradise!  I want to go back!!!!

     

     
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    eric scott 12:55 am on January 9, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Vassanta: Of Palms and Portraits 

    While shooting around our hotel at Mission Beach, the ever creative Vassanta put together some different looks using the husks off the side of palm trees as a headdress, discarded palm fronds to frame her face and some discarded branches to create some “antlers”.   I thought it would be interesting to share some of the different versions of these portraits from my experiments in Lightroom. More photos to come from the sessions around Mission Beach and the palms.

     
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    Rei 5:30 am on January 5, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    …and we named him Octavius 

    Like most good things, it started with a delicious dinner.

    A month or two before arriving at Mission Beach, Michael Marlborough and I met up to eat Ethiopian food and chat about travel plans (and before anyone says it, yeah, Ethiopian food – kind of an oxymoron, huh? But it’s awesome. Try it). Some wine had been drunk and we were throwing out ideas for shoots. There was a nautical theme going on – we talked about anchors, rope, and sailors. Then I said, “Giant squid!”

    Michael’s eyes lit up.

    Now, I wasn’t exactly joking when I started talking about cephalopods. You know those images you have in your mind, the ones you hope someday with enough time, resources and the right people to work with, you’ll get down on film? Well, one of the ones in the back of my head, taking up important room, involved a many-legged sea creature. Turns out my photographer friend had a similar affliction. Perhaps we were onto something. Since both of us live inland, shooting near the ocean is not something we get to do very often and our access to sea creatures is limited. We had to take the opportunity while we could.

    Weeks later, driving from Townsville to Mission Beach, we procured ourselves the largest frozen octopus we could find, with the help of a very bemused fishmonger. This was Octavius.
    He was so big that, once thawed in a bucket of iced water, we needed an assistant just to keep him in position. Plus rubber bands, several chairs and afterwards, a lot of soap. But we worked it out and Octavius turned out to be a pretty decent model.

    There is nothing quite like seeing an image you’ve had in your mind, exactly as you saw it, finally come into being on the preview panel of a camera or a proof sheet. It was one of the best moments at Mission Beach and something I’ll never forget. The feeling of having a large octopus draped over my face has been largely blanked out, so there’s nothing but happy endings to this story. Oh, and some pictures.

     
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      Deye 6:36 am on January 5, 2010 Permalink

      very cool, I can understand the need for lots of soap 😀

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      doug earle 8:47 am on January 5, 2010 Permalink

      Ever since I saw these captivating images I’d wondered how you got them. Thanks. they are lovely.

    • Eric Scott 5:33 pm on January 5, 2010 Permalink

      those were amazing… the first one is just perfectly proportioned with your breast and the octopi arms….great concept…and yuck…how long did it take you to get the Octopi smell ouf our your hair. 🙂 Luv, you a little alright and heaps good!

    • Richard 10:48 am on January 23, 2010 Permalink

      Ice water!? Octavius was a colder fellow than I’d imagined. Lots of soap & hot water. Great images though.

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