Brisbane Portrait Photographer | My time in Hobart…

Nicole | Personal | Hobart | 15th – 20th June 2013

Last week as many of you know, I flew to Hobart to attend the AIPP Nikon Event – a national photography conference. I had the most amazing week listening to photographers from all around Australia and internationally, met some amazing photographers that I am now lucky enough to call friends and had an opportunity to take some awesome photographs! Today I thought I would share a handful of photos from the various walks I took in and around Hobart.

In my last post, I showed you some of the awesome photographs Mel took of me being a complete nut. I also did the same for her! It was so much fun!

These are my favourite shots of Mel!!

This is the gorgeous location that we photographed in at Richmond at the Barb Uil workshop. Unfortunately I can’t show you any of the photos with the children featured, but I can show you the gorgeous location!! I wish we had somewhere like this in Brisbane!!

On our night off of social events at the conference, Mel and I headed out for Chinese and then walked up to a light installation called Dark Mofo. As soon as we arrived in Hobart, we were joking all the time that Hobart was calling out for Batman to come and save them, but he was too busy in Gotham city to actually show up. The light installation was awesome. It had this really eerie music playing around the lights. We had a bit of fun playing with our new little tripods and some long exposures. Pretty cool.

On my final day in Hobart, I headed up to the top of Mt Wellington with 3 other photographers, and our car driver Alan to see the views over Hobart and experience the snow. The very top of the mountain was covered in cloud and we were lucky enough to paly around in the icy snow. Unfortunately it wasn’t actually snowing, but we were able to capture some pretty cool photos anyway. It was so cold at the top! Zero degrees but with the wind I think it was about -2! Such a fun morning! Thanks Zoe, Chrissy & Leighsa for inviting me!!

Yep… nothing like the YMCA on top of a snowy rock formation… Only photographers….

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