Landscape Photographer from the South West of Western Australia

Sticky Feet Catalog Shoot

I tried something a bit different Friday. Sticky Feet are a Margaret River Company who make wax for surfboards, and a variety of other products – caps, towels (in a neat package), T Shirts etc. Here are some examples.

Soak in Water to expand!  The towel is about 15 cm high in this package.

Soak in Water to expand! The towel is about 15 cm high in this package.


Good for surfing at night?

Good for surfing at night?

Wax with tool to remove finsMore waxA cap
Although she was a lovely young lady  the back of the T Shirt looks the best!

Although she was a lovely young lady the back of the T Shirt has the cartoon!

The factory is in a farm shed, so the owner has provided a place for  musicians to use where they won't annoy the neighbours. The bright squares on the floor are pieces of glow in the dark wax.

The factory is in a farm shed, so the owner has provided a place for musicians to use where they won’t annoy the neighbours. The bright squares on the floor are pieces of glow in the dark wax!


It was an interesting but busy afternoon. Interesting because it involves major photographic decisions being made by others, unlike landscape photography. eg the T-shirt shots were to display the shirts in a catalog, not to show off the models. It was important to show design features of the shirts (such as logos). Square on shots, no full length shots were what was asked for as these were not “lifestyle” shots such as you might see in an advertising brochure.

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4 responses

  1. Nice work mate!

    August 4, 2013 at 5:11 pm

  2. Interesting

    August 4, 2013 at 11:44 pm

    • Yes – it’s different to my normal landscapes!

      August 4, 2013 at 11:47 pm

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