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Gosh, well I haven’t been too good at keeping this blog updated, apologies for that! However, you can always find out what the latest news is via my photography page on FaceBook https://www.facebook.com/kerribackphotography/
Things surely have slowed down here at Tanbar Station. We are down to skeleton crew and I think in a few weeks most of us will be hitting the road and won’t return until end of Feb/early March.
Myself and Walt will be heading to Rocklands Station to cook there from mid Dec for about 5 weeks, then I will be heading to New Zealand with my camera! Pretty excited as it will be in time to get in a few of the South Island rodeos and I also have photoshoots booked both in the South Island and North Island, so if you are keen send me a message. The price is $550 for a weekend shoot or $450 for weekday. You have the option of color , B&W or both. If you want a copy of the photos in both that’s just an extra $150. So yep, flick me a message if you are interested, doesn’t matter where you live, if I can make it happen I will!
I had a FABULOUS photoshoot here at the Station with one of our crew. I wanted to get in some practice and she was leaving , so thought it would make for a wonderful gift. She was nervous to start with but with me being a total dork, we where soon laughing and having a great time. I was really wrapped with how the photos came out. It helped that I finally updated my photo editing programme. I’m also excited about getting a new 70-200mm lens sometime next week, which will be perfect for the photoshoots.
Actually, that could be a lovely Xmas present for that person that has everything! I can do you up a lovely voucher and I will be there in Feb to get the shoot done!
Well I’m sitting in our rec club room with sweat running down my face like a mini Niagara Falls, so I’m going to sign off.
What a WONDERFUL way to spend Easter, at the Eromanga Rodeo, Campdraft & Two Handed Cutting in QLD. I had a blast! The people where so friendly and helpful and the competitions were fantastic to watch and photograph.
I put my wee tent up and it was a perfect time of camping, horses, photographing and making new friends. Hopefully I will be around to go back next year.
Now I am back to my usual daytime job of Station Cook and this Monday I am heading out to stock camp with the crew for about a week. This means no internet, so I won’t be able to reply to any questions or orders from photos taken at this show. Looking forward to what photo ops will present themselves when I am away! Hoping to get some great dingo shots, so long as it isn’t one of them disappearing with my wee fur pal Walter!
So if you have sent me a message or an order I will get back to you as soon as I am back in the world of internet and TV 🙂
Welcome to Kerri Back Photography.
I have been offline for about a year while I have been bouncing around the Australian Outback with Walter. Now that I am momentarily settled I am focusing again more on my photography and capturing the essence of ‘real Australia’.
Not only can you purchase your competitor photos from rodeos, campdrafts and the like that I attend, there are many Outback scenery photos that will also be available for purchase from my albums, so keep checking in to see what is available and new!