New Farm Park, Brisbane

Thursday, June 15, 2017

ROAMIN' 'ROUND REDCLIFFE

Last weekend we attended a photography workshop at Redcliffe. We had to meet under the clock at the pier at 7:30am. So we decided to go to Redcliffe the night before and stay over night to save getting up too early to drive there in the morning.
 The old art deco bathing pavilion and entry to the pier.

 Redcliffe is on the shores of Moreton Bay.

 One can't visit Redcliffe without a stroll along the pier. The Whale Watching boat is moored there.


 The swimming pool area is where we started our portrait tutorial.

 The model provided was beautiful and so easy to work with.


We learnt lots but how much we remember is the problem.

24 comments:

  1. Redcliffe looks warm even at this time of year which appeals to me. My father taught me a lot about photography when I was a child but he was t a portrait photographer. On the basis that it's never too late you have given me an idea. Thank you. And, by the way, I like your portraits.

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  2. Nice portraits, nice landscapes. The main thing about tutorials is that they force you to think about what you're doing, not that you remember all the technical details.

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  3. Those are very professional portraits you made. Looks good there.

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  4. Every single photo is absolutely stunning I can tell you're learning a lot. I love that first shot and the portraits are really good too and that swimming pool is amazing

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  5. Hello, looks like a beautiful spot for your lessons. I love the views of the water. The model is pretty, lovely shots. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!

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  6. I love that Art Deco pavilion. It reminds me of the one at the lake my parents used to take us to to swim when we were children. Your portraits turned out very well, as did all your photos of Redcliffe.

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  7. That must have been a lot of fun, your photos are beautiful and such a pretty young lady.

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  8. Very good framing and excellent lights in these works. I like all the photofraphies and in particular the last one.

    I appreciate your visit and comment on my blog.

    Kisses

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  9. Remembering is always the problem, but it looks like you had a good time. T'other Diane

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  10. lovely wievs love from Poland

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  11. That pier is quite a walk!
    When you visit me here you will be able as you are
    so fit to walk up "The SKILLION" and take photos
    whilst Bill and I enjoy the hospitality of the
    pavilion at the sports club.
    Don't worry we will cheer your climbing efforts on.
    Cheers
    Colin

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  12. I agree, staying there was the right thing to do. So pretty for photography......and the girls also!

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  13. The pier looks a lovely one to walk down.
    Your portrait of the model, lovely particularly the last one, love that.

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  14. You achieved some excellent results. It looks a lovely place to visit too, I like the art deco styling of the pavilion. I'd also like your winter!

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    1. Yes we are spoiled with our winter weather.

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  15. You certainly had a beautiful location for your photography workshop.

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  16. Wonderful photos indeed, and warm greetings!

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  17. Besides the fact that the place looks beautiful, what a nice experience to learn how to make portraits. I exercise myself with cat portraits, but that's not really the same, lol !

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  18. The old bathing pavilion building is divine Diane.. your portrait shots are brilliant you should be mighty pleased with them 😊

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  19. What a great photo outing, Diane with beautiful weather and a lovely model as well. Your portrait shots turned out great and I know what you mean about remembering everything!

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  20. Fun beach ... from what I see here, it looks as if you retained your lessons quite well!

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  21. What a gorgeous place --especially for a photography session... The model really is a beautiful young lady.... You did GREAT with your pictures... I'm sure you'll remember everything you learned....

    I want to come there and go Whale Watching...

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  22. Hi Diane, looks like you remembered what you learned! Love the different photos of the model. Are you permitted to ride on the beaches in Oz? I need to attend a portrait photo workshop. Lately, all my portraits are "noisy". If you have a chance, pop into my blog and see what the [crazy] people of this valley do for fun! Enjoy the rest of your day. Jo

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  23. A beautiful spot to attend a photography tutorial. Your photos are so lovely and I'm sure you'll have no trouble remembering the key points.

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