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The image is just the beginning.....
The image is just the beginning.....

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I put together a little blog about wedding proposals. If you are planning to pop the question soon this might help.

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Here is another puzzle. Find 10 differences between the two images.

For a larger version and the solution to the riddle go to: http://adphotography.com.au/spotthedifference/SpotTheDifference4/

I hope you enjoy the puzzle.

About the Image:
Bluetonque Brewery in Warnervale, New South Wales  

This was one of my editorial jobs for the Australian Construction Review. It made the front page.
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The good news is she is alive and well. The bad news is that they took trash the dress to literally.

Whilst this is probably heartbreaking on the day and she might never forgive the best man, it is a defining moment for this particular wedding and hopefully they can laugh about it now or later. For us innocent onlookers this is very funny.

What do we learn about it? Do not day dream and stare at the beautiful bridesmaids when you have a job to do. 
Secondly, plan your ceremony far away from any cliffs or dangerous obstacles that could get in the way. 

Enjoy the Movie :)

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Beautiful Bride in Hunter Valley. 
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All Access Projects Australia Wide p/l are looking to get a new brochure done and needed some photos to go with it. 

These bollards are used to host intercom and access pads for camping grounds, mining sites and other sites that require access control. The nice thing about them is that the large ones are about 2.4m high. This makes them ideal for owners of large motor homes or truckies at mining sites.  They don't have to get of the vehicle to enter the access code then rush back in to make it through the gate - you get the idea.

Whilst this is great for users photographing such large shiny things can be tricky. My concern was whether I had a large enough reflector to control the reflection on the subject. 

It was tricky, but I managed to get it done using an old mobile back drop that I converted with a light muslin into a 2.4m x 2m reflector and using my large softbox as the main light. 

Customer happy and I am happy. 
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Product Photography
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Got my new Website up and running. Just a facelift using the latest version of The Turning Gate. It now supports mobile devices. Looks pretty cool. Check it out.

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Love this Image
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A few highlights of my wedding photography
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Weddings
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