Beate Ammer is an experienced professional photographer who ranges over a wide array of genres and loves to shoot whatever is needed. She has a Diploma in Photography and owns high end Nikon gear. She loves being flexible and mobile and is happy to work with any creative projects.
Photographs are so important in our lives. I love capture that special moment whatever it is to make it a lasting forever memory. Love catching the feeling, the connection the expressions of a split second and make sure it will stand out in quality to a professional standard. Living in a world where everyone takes so many photos I find it a great aim to give professionalism to make it worth for the costumer to use a Pro.
I have done pet and family portraits and being it outdoors or indoors I will try to tune into the person to see how to bring the best out in them. If needed I have no problems to make people laugh or look serious. I love bring out the connection and the best catch light in the eyes. Focusing on eyes in animals and people is the most important for me, as it really shows the emotion and life. The same is with still photo or abstract photos to create contrast and great light and colour tones.
1st Price at Lowood Show 2016 Photography Section: Transportation1st Price at Lowood Show 2016 Photography Section: Adult Portrait1st Price at Lowood Show 2016 Photography Section: Domestic Animals2nd Price at Lowood Show 2016 Photography Section: Action3 rd Price at Lowood Show 2016 Photography Section: Wild LifeEssentially Somerset Photographic Competition 20161 st Main Price of all Competition1 st Price: Scenic Somerset 1 st Price: Reminisce SomersetRunner up (under first 3 entries) in 2 other categories (Somerset Skies & Celebrate Somerset)* IPA 2016 - Honorable Mention at the Lucie Awards New YorkTitle: Warbird AviationCategory; Sports : Extreme sportshttp://www.photoawards.com/directory/mainpage.php?id=120658&mode=viewRunner up Fujifilm Australian Photography Award 2016
Ohh I recently drove past a camel farm and had to stop to take photos of them, they curiously came up to me and one grinned at me. As I am trying to get closer with my long lens I touched the electric fence and bounced back and almost into a ditch. Now that would have been funny to watch. Only the camels seen it and no wonder that one grinned.