Heidi is a professional photographer based in Sydney. She specializes in food/product/real estate photography and has been worked with many restaurants and commercial entities within past 3 years. She also has an extensive experience in corporate photography (eg. Portrait, Headshot, Event) due to her corporate background. Heidi has a Diploma degree in Photography and Photo Imaging.
Back in old days, photography is a combination of art and science. After the invention of digital camera, photography is all about art and technology, which provides infinite possibilities. Photo image can be a piece of precious memory, a way to express feelings and emotion, a fine-tuned record, a commercial tool, the extension of creativity is endless. I get a lot of opportunities to interact with different people as a photographer, share their stories and feelings. There is nothing more satisfying than receiving positive feedbacks from the customers, which is my motivation to perfect shooting skill and quality of images.
What types of shoots have you done and how did you make them special?
In respect of food photography, I've been worked with a number of restaurants, takeaways and food courts. Apart from overcome the limitation of the space, environment and lighting condition, I always add decorations around the dish, not only to fill up the empty space, but also to accentuate the theme and making the composition more lively and attractive. It could be a few pieces of autumn leave, a pair of fine crafted chopstick, fruit, vegetables, tablecloth in different texture or some colourful pot plants etc.
I love to take real estate photos using natural light and bracketing technique to create exceptional images of the property, ready to be processed for a bright and appealing result . My goal is to capture the sense of space, unique style and value of the property .
Awards, honors, and recognitions received
Bronze rank photographer by Meero
A fun fact about this photographer
I studied flamenco dance for 7 years in leisure time and performed in community festivals. A great way to make friends, getting regular exercise while having fun.