Mick Eidam Photography Perth Westen Australia

Mick Eidam Photography and Underwater Photography

Non Human
Human
Underwater
NON HUMAN
This gallery contains all the non human images including underwater as well as landscape and static objects. I have kept each gallery as lean as possible while still showing enough of the subject to stay true to the theme. Some of the styles here are what I really like to shoot such as the marine skins, panoramic landscapes etc. and I will probably add more as I progress along this field. I also like using processing techniques to create different looks while using various tones as well as good old fashioned black and white.
HUMAN
Photographing people has been something that I haven’t had much time to do in the past but after doing a wedding for one of my nieces I found myself looking at ways to take shots with a different view in mind.  I don't know where this will lead me but found the challenges of this type of photography of great interest. Processing also makes up a big part of these challenges and Photoshop has given me the tools needed to do this. Many of these images may contain some levels of nudity so if this offends then please, visit my other galleries.
UNDERWATER
I have spent most of my time dedicated to underwater photography over many years and still enjoy doing this today. Although this is mostly in Bali these days I will still keep this part of my site updated as well as links to all my older galleries. I will also continue to do trip reports. Diving and underwater photography have been a big part of my life but I am spending much more time pursuing different interests with my camera. This page will lead you to my underwater galleries as well as some general information on underwater photography
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Every now and then I like to process my images in more unconventional ways based on things I see in nature or just to try something a little different. This page is dedicated to just this side of my photography and the images I have been able to create. I don't know where this will lead me but found the challenges of this type of photography of great interest. Many of these images may contain some levels of nudity so if this offends then please, visit my other galleries.
COMPOSITE ART
Images created from multiple photographs
Composite Art Perth Photography Mick Eidam
I have been waiting to do this style for quite a while and I am very happy with the results. Once again, Steph, proved to be the right model for this concept. Shooting high key with a white background and minimal props created the mood for this set of images in a series I will explore further.
Looking at doing a similar type shoot with a grey background and black sheer cloth.
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Steph studio high key, Perth November 2021
TESTIMONIALS
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"Mick is a professional photographer who has great creativity and imagination. He can see something ordinary and make it extraordinary. I highly recommend him for someone who is looking for a trustworthy, friendly and professional photographer, with an eye for detail and very passionate about photography."



"Mick has a great studio and is very easy to work with. He was happy to take time and shoot many different ideas I had. It was a fun experience that produced fantastic results!"


"Mick is a very professional photographer and I never met anyone before so caring and considerate of the models well-being! We spent a great day shooting and created some beautiful images. Meeting and working with Mick was not only a shoot but finding a new friend in Australia and I really hope to get the chance to shoot with him again."

"Mick is very professional and talanted photographer. Our collaboration resulted in some really high quality images. He is attentive to model's well-being. "

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ABOUT
Born in Adelaide, Australia I went to school locally and a subject that grabbed me at an early age was photography. I mostly had "hand me down" SLR cameras with a number of not so good lenses but I persisted and found a facination with black and white photography along with developing my own film. At an early age I developed an interest in underwater photography so at the age of 15 I built my own housing from perspex. In it I had a kodak instamatic camera that was very limited but, it worked. Still got it now! I moved to the West Coast when I was 16 and within  ........Read More
Perth , Western Australia
If you have any queries or need any info about any of the styles of photography on this site including my underwater work please feel free to contact me.