I am in the planning stages of a large creative personal project, that photo shoot (actually shoots, plural, I did say it’s a large project 🙂 ) is still months away from the shooting stage. Still lots of prep work to be done, props to organise and so on. While this is all happening I realise it has been roughly 12 months since my last on location creative shoot, no wonder that little voice in my head has been screaming at me to get moving.
Meg contacted me with the idea of using the Gold Coast Hinterland Heritage Museum as the location for a photo shoot. Meg has chosen some period and country clothing and this location would be the perfect backdrop. I contacted the Gold Coast Hinterland Society committee to ask permission for access to the Museum to carry out the shoot. Lucky enough they were willing to allow the access and agreed to open on a Saturday morning for us.
That Saturday happen to be the heatwave weekend with very bright and sunny conditions. Although limited due to the bright conditions and heat we spent a couple of hours on location shooting using several locations and props.
Here are some of my favourite photos from the day.
Thanks Meg for another great photoshoot. Special thanks also to the Gold Coast Hinterland Historic Society for their permission and hospitality in allowing the use of the Muesum for this project.
Until next week.