PHOTOSHOOT – TASMANIAN AIR ADVENTURES
Last week I was commissioned to do my second shoot for CPA’s INTHEBLACK Magazine, the company desired some Tasmanian Air Adventures Photography. This time it was a series of photographs of Tim Robertson, the Director of Operations for Tasmanian Air Adventures.
INTHEBLACK, CPA Australia’s flagship publication, is Australia’s most-widely circulating monthly business magazine. It features interviews with strategic business leaders from Australia and around the world, as well as in-depth practical analysis of technical issues, commentary and opinion. CPA Australia is one of the world’s largest accounting bodies, making INTHEBLACK essential reading for today’s business leaders.
Tasmanian Air Adventures Photography with the 1964 Beaver
The company operates seaplane tours from the Hobart waterfront using a 1964 DeHavilland DHC-2 Beaver, the most widely used commercial seaplane in the world. The Beaver is a Canadian-built aircraft and is perfect for getting to some of Tasmania’s pristine, yet hard to reach, wilderness areas. It does the most amazing flights over World heritage Areas such as Wineglass Bay, Cradle Mountain and Port Arthur.
Unfortunately, we only had time to shoot for 20 minutes whilst the plane was moored at the Hobart Docks as the plane had to depart for vistas more scenic . Still the Hobart Docks are still reasonably pretty, even in the middle of the day. It was pretty harsh lighting by 10 am with the light bouncing off the water, still the plane especially came out a treat with its red and white paintwork and huge chrome prop. Here are just a few images from the shoot. I’m looking forward to see how they come out in the magazine.