Fred McKie is a Brisbane-based journalist and photographer. He is available for hire … be sure to check out fredmckiephotography.com.au
Fred uses RedBubble to gauge reaction to new images and as his aim is to always continue improving his skills, all comments and critiques – especially any that are well considered and/or detailed – are very welcome.
Please don’t hesitate to contact Fred via his website if you:
- require a print of a different size than available on RedBubble
- wish to commission a work
- wish to suggest a location for a landscape/seascape shoot
- wish to collaborate with Fred (as a model, make-up artist etc)
- wish to query Fred’s availability as an assistant photographer or second shooter
Fred’s images do not belong to the public domain. All images are copyright © Fred McKie. All rights reserved. Any copying, saving, downloading, altering, displaying or redistribution of any of these images in any way, shape or form (including pinning on Pinterest) without written permission from the photographer is strictly prohibited. Non-compliance with these terms will result in legal action.
Happy new year all! / I’m planning on making 2013 a big year in my photographic journey; having just launched my website fredmckiephotography.com.au I plan on marketing my services here in southeast Queensland and potentially making photography my full-time career! / A move from doing mostly landscapes/seascapes (still a great love) into people photography in 2012 has been thoroughly enjoya…
Recently I’ve been honoured by being named as a featured member in two RedBubble groups, Queensland’s South East and then Destination Australia. It is very humbling indeed and I just wanted to say a huge thank you to the hosts of each group for these accolades.
I’m flying to Sydney this afternoon to run the City 2 Surf tomorrow morning. Am of course packing the camera bag also and hoping to have time (and decent conditions) to get some great shots of Sydney Harbour while I’m there. / Not quite sure exactly what the best vantage points will be, but a shot of the Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge from Mrs Macquaries Chair is definitely on …
Thank you to the person who purchased a large print of ’Twas Once A Happy Home earlier this week. Enjoy! :) / This landscape featuring an old shack in rural Australia, shot in southeast Queensland, is one of my personal favourites. / Thanks again!