Posts Tagged ‘youtube’

Watch my 2017 Portfolio Video!


22 Nov

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

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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Live Gallery: Devildriver + Whitechapel @ HiFI Sydney – Sept 6, 2014


08 Oct

Devildriver + Whitechapel @ HiFi Sydney - Sept 6, 2014     Devildriver + Whitechapel @ HiFi Sydney - Sept 6, 2014

Devildriver + Whitechapel @ HiFi Sydney - Sept 6, 2014     Devildriver + Whitechapel @ HiFi Sydney - Sept 6, 2014

Oops! We forgot to post out photos and live review of Devildriver‘s headlining gig at the HiFi in Sydney on September 6, 2014. D’oh! Originally published on lifemusicmedia.com, you’ll find a full gallery of images by CLICKING HERE or on the thumbnails above. Enjoy our full review below:

With a line waiting out front that stretched around the corner and up the street, there was no question tonight’s show with US metal bands Whitechapel and Devildriver was going to be a brutal show. White it’s unfortunate that most of those people would miss the opening act due to the HiFi’s super slow entry process (to the extent that the tour manager would have to delay Whitechapel’s start time until everyone was allowed in well past 9pm), Whitechapel and Devildriver no doubt made every single punter in the full room forget about any annoying delays.

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Live Gallery: Cannibal Corpse + Hour of Penance @ Metro Theatre, Sydney – Sept. 11, 2014


16 Sep

Cannibal Corpse @ Metro Theatre, Sydney     Cannibal Corpse @ Metro Theatre, Sydney - Sept, 11, 2014

Cannibal Corpse @ Metro Theatre, Sydney - Sept, 11, 2014     Cannibal Corpse @ Metro Theatre, Sydney - Sept, 11, 2014

Enjoy our live review and image gallery of 29 photos from Cannibal Corpse‘s Sydney concert at the Metro Theatre on Sept. 11, 2014 – originally published at lifemusicmedia.com.

When Cannibal Corpse last played Sydney two years ago at the Manning Bar, punters were left bruised, broken and scarred. If the line up for tonight’s show at the Metro is anything to go by, there’s sure to be a room full of battered corpses by the end of the night.

Italy’s Hour of Penance opened up proceedings with their brand of Behemoth-esque death that had the quickly-filling venue moshing. Having just been to our shores last year in support of Poland’s Behemoth, there were plenty of punters singing along enjoying the unrelenting riffing and punishing blastbeats – occasionally interrupted by crushing mid-tempo numbers like ‘Ascension’. By the time they reach their last track, the middle of the dance floor has opened up into a raging circle pit.

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Live Gallery: Anathema @ Metro Theatre, Sydney – 22 August, 2014


03 Sep

Anathema - Metro Theatre, Sydney - Aug 22, 2014     Anathema - Metro Theatre, Sydney - Aug 22, 2014

Anathema - Metro Theatre, Sydney - Aug 22, 2014     Anathema - Metro Theatre, Sydney - Aug 22, 2014

Lifemusicmedia.com recently published our photo gallery and live review of UK band Anathema‘s recent Sydney show at the Metro Theatre on August 22, 2014. It was the band’s first tour to our shores in their 25-year history. You can now see both here! CLICK HERE or on the thumbnails above to see the gallery.

Spiritual. Transcendental. Spellbinding. Miraculous. That’s the best way to describe Anathema‘s first Sydney concert in their 25-year history. There’s electricity in the air and from the first bars of Untouchable Part 1, everyone can feel it – including the band themselves who are visibly stoked at the reception. (more…)

Live Gallery: Carcass + Tortured @ Metro Theatre, Sydney – June 14, 2014


24 Jun

Carcass + Tortured @ Metro Theatre, Sydney - June 14, 2014     Carcass + Tortured @ Metro Theatre, Sydney - June 14, 2014

Carcass + Tortured @ Metro Theatre, Sydney - June 14, 2014     Carcass + Tortured @ Metro Theatre, Sydney - June 14, 2014

UK death metal legends Carcass returned to Australian shores in June to lay waste to Aussie audiences. Supported by Canberra’s Tortured, Lifemusicmedia.com recently published our full review and photo gallery from the show, which we can bring you here now. CLICK HERE or on the thumbnails to view the entire gallery and read the review below:

Since their formation in the mid 1980s, the UK’s Carcass has been at the forefront of the death metal movement. Even during the years of their break up in the mid-’90s through to their reformation in 2007, no other bands in the genre came close to matching the forward thinking, cutting edge metal they created on classic albums like Heartwork and Swansong.

So, it was no surprise that Sydney’s Metro Theatre should be near capacity for the band’s first tour here in over five years. Even Canberra’s Tortured played a punishing barrage of brutal death riffs to a significant crowd – although many were waiting patiently in the line up for the merch stand, with the line stretching out past the bar!

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Live Gallery: Children of Bodom @ Sydney HiFi – May 9, 2014


21 May

Children of Bodom @ HiFi Sydney - May 9, 2014     Children of Bodom @ HiFi Sydney - May 9, 2014

Children of Bodom @ HiFi Sydney - May 9, 2014     Children of Bodom @ HiFi Sydney - May 9, 2014

Lifemusicmedia.com recently published our live review and image gallery from Finland’s Children of Bodom, who rocked Sydney’s HiFi Bar on Friday May 9, 2014. Now we bring you our full review and image gallery of 20 concert images here. You can see the review below and CLICK HERE or on the thumbnails to check out the full gallery:

It’s a fittingly chilly evening in Sydney for Finnish metallers Children of Bodom. The pale-skinned shred-tastic troupe from the North country probably blew right into town on the cold wind that’s brought with it a motley crew of fans from all over like some kind of Pied Piper.

The lower level of the Hi-Fi isn’t quite full, but those who braved the chill have been rewarded with a set of scorching tracks from across Children of Bodom‘s extensive back catalogue. The mix is crystal clear and ear-drum bruising – just what’s required for the oft-complex and finger-busting technical riffs and licks that come screaming from the Hi-Fi stage.

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