Posts Tagged ‘video’

Watch my 2017 Portfolio Video!


22 Nov

Just a little something I strung together with my favourite shots of last year.

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Featured Video: Peter Sharp’s Widebody HQ Holden Monaro


03 Apr

I was lucky enough to head up to Taree on NSW’s Mid-North Coast to shoot some video on the development of Peter Sharp’s wide body coachbuilt Holden Monaro for Street Machine magazine. Almost entirely hand crafted at Down Town Kustoms, it’s nothing short of a rolling piece of art, as you’ll see from the video!

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We Shoot Video: Ron Grabbe’s 1964 Buick for Street Machine Magazine


04 Jan

Here’s a short video we shot for Street Machine magazine on Ron Grabbe’s insane, under-the-radar twin-turbo, NRE-powered 1964 Buick Special earlier this year.

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Shooting Video: Steve Hopes’ Chevrolet Camaro for Street Machine


27 Dec

Here’s a short video we shot for Street Machine magazine on Steve Hopes’ incredible twin-turbo, NRE-powered Chevrolet Camaro earlier this year.

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Behind-The-Scenes: Shooting Automotive Details Using Strobist!


17 Aug

Now that Mario Attard’s incredible VH Commodore is out in the new issue of Street Commodores, we can finally release a short behind-the-scenes video we put together showing how Ben shoots his automotive detail shots using speedlites. Watch below or CLICK HERE to watch in 1080.

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We Shoot Video Now! Greg South’s 1000rwhp LS HQ Holden


23 Jun

Our very first automotive video footage has hit the web this week via Street Machine magazine. We photographed Greg South’s 1000rwhp twin-turbo LS HQ Holden for the magazine and went back the next morning to shoot some motion. While we can’t take credit for the edit (unintentional rhyme… sorry!), we hope you enjoy the footage!

New Video: Lachlan and Sally’s Wedding


29 Feb

We spent the weekend editing together our favourite images from Lachlan and Sally’s wedding into a short, 5-minute video with some cool tunes to help set the mood. We reckon it came out pretty nicely and hope you like it too! We’re currently taking bookings for 2016 and 2017. Contact us today for an obligation-free quote.

Video: Hosking Industries’ 2016 Portrait Portfolio on Youtube


03 Feb

Following on from our recent automotive portfolio video on Youtube, we’ve just finished a video showcasing our favourite portrait shots and uploaded it! It only takes a couple of minutes, so check it out in glorious 1080p HD!

Short Shots: Hosking Ind’s Automotive Portfolio Video on Youtube


28 Jan

We put together a short, one-minute video of our favourite 25 automotive images and posted it to Youtube last week. It acts as a kind of portfolio showcasing our best work in a time frame that is unlikely to bore anyone to death or infuriate someone trying to navigate our 400+ posts here or 5000 images on Flickr!

Enjoy!

Live Gallery: Dead Letter Circus + sleepmakeswaves @ Metro Theatre – Sydney, Dec 19, 2014


06 Jan

Dead Letter Circus @ Metro Theatre, Sydney - Dec 19, 2014     Dead Letter Circus @ Metro Theatre, Sydney - Dec 19, 2014

Dead Letter Circus @ Metro Theatre, Sydney - Dec 19, 2014     Dead Letter Circus @ Metro Theatre, Sydney - Dec 19, 2014

Lifemusicmedia.com recently published our live review and image gallery from Dead Letter Circus‘ headlining show at Sydney’s Metro Theatre, supported by sleepmakeswaves on December 19, 2014. Read our review below and CLICK HERE or on the thumbnails above to see the full image gallery:

What a way to close out the gigging year: a headlining shot from Dead Letter Circus at Sydney’s venerable Metro Theatre, supported by sleepmakeswaves. Sydney’s 4-piece instrumental act sleepmakeswaves are an interesting proposition, given the lack of a front person. Yet despite the unconventional post-rock style, in the vein of recent acts like Scale the Summit and Russian Circles, the band is keeping the audience’s attention easily – not doubt via their combination of soaring crescendos and delicate, intricate twin-guitar interplay. Tonight is certainly the perfect Aussie prog’ tonic for a hard, working year.

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