I’m on the flight back from Rabaul to Port Moresby at the end of the seven day assignment which was largely carried out in a tropical low created by two converging cyclones.
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From the moment he turned up, Steve Murphy wanted the lead role in the Victorian High country photo shoot.
It was always going to be him – an actor (and a Qantas steward in-between gigs) – plunging down that mountain ravine leaning back on his horse in that classic scene from The Man from Snowy River movie.
The only problem was we didn’t have a horse and the tourism authority wanted to move on with something fresh (i.e. great food, hiking, the High Country scenery).
A quick session this afternoon with Ned Kelly outrunning the guards and we’re done here in Indigo Shire (though I return next week to do a wider shoot for the regional tourism authority).
It’s been a particularly productive assignment, largely due to the pre-planning we did a few weeks earlier and the sensible decision on the council’s part to get talent in for at least part of the shoot (as I’ve long said, it can improve the outcome in terms of quality and range by as much as 80%).
As you can see from the storyboard below, emphasis was focused on the appeal of a cycling trail that weaves through vineyards, rural settings and historic landmarks.