Black and Yellow

March 25th, 2011

In my recent trawl through etsy (somebody is going to have to stop me soon, I am addicted!) I found this gorgeous soap company called Morning Calm.  They operate out of South Korea where (I swear) all of the cool stationery comes from and now, it seems, all the beautiful handmade soap.  I love these two colours – black and yellow – together.  Hwasoon Kim‘s soaps look almost translucent like precious stones such as amber and agate.  I love how, in this day and age, you can get to know a little bit more about the producer of a product you have bought through their personal blog – it makes the transaction more like those in centuries gone by.  Funny how the internet has helped bring that facet of our past back to us.  The black soap I bought is made from charcoal and 50% of the proceeds go towards the earthquake relief in Japan.  The yellow soap is a mild soap with “soft, tender bubbles”.  Pretty keen to see what that is like – most of the soap you buy strips everything from your skin so anything tender and soft is for me!  I spend so much time in the shower – in the morning, after exercise, before bed – and I find it so boring.  Hopefully my new soap can change all that.

Brisbane Wedding Photography – Craig + Penny

March 21st, 2011

Fly in the Face of Adversity! That should be on a tee shirt if you ask me!  And if it was, I would give one to Craig and one to Penny for embracing this crazy Autumn weather and going for it!  Their original plans for the day were to have a spot of lawn bowls (after the ceremony and before the reception) but with the way the rain came down they ended up participating in some armchair-athletics instead.  I’m sure their guests were equally happy to down a few coldies without have to work up a sweat!!  Win win if you ask me.  So many brides are worried about having a rainy wedding day.  Although I can understand the fear, actually they make for some great photos.  Every photographer will tell you that, with the rain, come mood, atmosphere and a darn good reason to get close under an umbrella.

A lot of brides ask us about celebrants and I have to say that Anne Campbell is one of the best – she loves what she does and puts her heart and soul into every ceremony.

The beautiful and charming Broadway Chapel!

The reception was held at Gusto da Gianni at Portside – their food is divine!

Huge shout out to fellow photographer, Matt Leasegang (Jason’s new second shooter and speed demon) for sweet talking the girls at York Hair Artistry for allowing us to shoot in their salon.  And a huge thanks to them as well!


Studio Sixty Photography is Brisbane wedding photographer Jason Starr, and studio manager Sally Ogilvie.

Well known for creative, natural, candid photographs of both local and international weddings, Studio Sixty Photography is capturing now and forever.

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