January 4, 2012

Sneak Peek @ FotoFreo Shoot


I worked with the fabulous Shirin Carter (Ragdoll Photography) for her Foto Freo entry late last year and it was honestly one of most favourite time shooting. We actually had 2 girls doing the photoshoot but in the photo below, there is only 1 of them in the shot. 

We were in the Old Treasury Building in the city and it is seriously one of the most hauntingly beautiful places I've ever been to. It's actually closed off from the public as it is an abandoned building and Shirin wanted to shoot there before they tear down and renovate the interior. 

I can't wait to show you guys the rest of the shots!

Location photo courtesy of 6000TIMES. Awesome blog!
Model: Nicola Adams @ Chadwicks 
Videography: Craig Williams

11 comments:

  1. Thank you for comment and visiting my site. I appreciate so much... You also have a nice blog and this place is awesome.. Take care

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  2. hauntingly beautiful is how I would also describe the building, wow impressive photos! x

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  3. love the blog miss! keep up the great posts <3

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  4. Wow you're another Perth blogger! The photos are gorgeous and can't wait to see the full shoot!!!
    xxOriental Expresso

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  5. Great pictures! I can't wait to see the whole shots. I'm really glad I found your blog :)

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  6. Wow that photo is gorgeous!!

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  7. that photo is really hauntingly beautiful. I didn't know such an... "oxymoron" could exist! Enchanting.

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  8. wow that looks amazing! D:
    I love the scenery!

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  9. wow it looks amazing!! I love places like those

    Leftbanked.

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  10. Oh wow, this is just a sneak peek and I'm excited already. I hope to see all the photos soon!

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  11. OMG that last picture of the Old Treasury Building looks spooky! I don't think I'd be comfortable being in there alone...but that's quite an experience to be able to go in a building that's closed off to public. I'm glad you got to work there with a photographer to capture it's beauty before it gets renovated

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