Brent Leideritz is taking bookings in 2014 so please make contact ASAP to register your interest.
Twenty Four b travels interstate to Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane a few times a year, when required, so please contact us if you are interested in knowing when we are next in your city.
I am currently looking to visit interstate in the first quarter of 2014 and possibly heading to the USA in May/June 2014.
About Twenty Four b
Twenty Four b is a joint venture between photographer Brent Leideritz and makeup artist Mishka, offering a unique vision in editorial, fashion and art photography.
We believe in working as a creative team, contributing our specialties to produce a great and unique end result for your portolfio, portrait or project.
About Brent Leideritz
Brent is a national award winning Adelaide-based commercial portrait photographer and graphic designer who has been a practicing photographic artist since completing his Certificate of Visual Arts Practice at Adelaide Central School of Art in 1994.
Brent Leideritz is an Accredited professional photographer – AIPP SA 2012 and
2011 AIPP SA Epson Portrait Photographer of the Year – Runner up
Using knowledge gained over more than 15 years of photographic experimentation and traditional graphic design principles Brent offers a unique vision in editorial, fashion and artistic photography.
Following shoots from initial briefings to the completion of final photographs for over 15 years, he has gained experience of a large range of shoot style needs, in traditional and non traditional photographic projects, which he believes aids him in providing the best outcomes for all of his clients.
Unlike many other photographers out there, I have a true passion for photography as an art form, and a strong respect for women as opposed to using a camera as a tool to exploit them.
Brent is a professional photographic post-production specialist and will in all cases do the editing on all of his photographic work. He believes in taking the time to perfect an image using professional retouching techniques on an image by image basis, and not just mass processing them using filters and actions within Photoshop.
Make a booking today!
If you wish to make a booking or are interested in seeing the 24b photographic price list please contact Brent or Mishka and they shall send one through. Additional photographic work can be seen at http://www.twentyfourb.com/
Brent is always interested in knowing creative, experienced models with a professional attitude (however, arrogance can be left at the door) so please feel free to message or tag him so he knows you are out there however, he very rarely undertakes TFT shoots. When he does, he will edit and supply of the photos he chooses when he choose to do so for the project they are being shot for, and will in most cases, only edit one to two shots per look.
Brent believes there is no need for excessive numbers of shot of the same look for models portfolio and in all instances will focus on quality over quantity.
He will supply edited photos as branded jpg files for online use, with additional costs for prints and/or commercial usage supplied upon request. All models/clients will be required to sign a model release form prior to the shoot commencing, and will be supplied at the time of booking so that all terms and conditions are outlined prior to the deposit being paid to hold your booking time.
Mishka, business partner at 24b and preferred makeup artist can be found on Model Mayhem (mm#711388), or at http://www.mishka.net.au/
go check out her work, and contact her for all your makeup needs.
Fine art photography
Brent is also a practicing visual artist and his work and current exhibitions can be seen by visiting http://b.leideritz.com/.
Transmogrification I is the first exhibition of the Transmogrification Trilogy to be exhibited throughout 2012. It will be suspended at the Dragonfly Bar between Thursday April 19 and Saturday May 19, 2012. For more information please visit http://www.transmogrification.com.au/
It is human nature to exist in society by utilising different shapes and forms to match your surroundings, to be seen as something you are at your core: to fit in; to be accepted; or in some cases creating fantastic or bizarre interpretations of yourself so you can exist outside the boxes in which society wishes to place you. The Transmogrification Trilogy aims to visually represent how an individual can be interpreted differently depending on how they are seen by those who see them, or by those who wish to see them as something they are not. This a visual experiment to explore the duality of human nature; the contrast and balance between the lightness and darkness of self; and the concepts explored previously by Jung, Freud and Rorschach. What do you see? What do you wish to see? How do you wish to be seen?
Realwomen was a major solo exhibition for Brent in 2009 and the softcover book is still for sale through http://www.realwomen.net.au/