Personal work for a Still Life showcase, Enamel ware from Paper Plane store in Mount Maunganui.
Wayne Tait is commercial photographer based in Tauranga, with a reputation for capturing outstanding images in both natural and artificial light environments.
Based in Mount Maunganui, a beautiful coastal city, two hours south of Auckland, Wayne operates a large commercial studio, delivering images for national and international clients including, Zespri, Comvita, Port of Tauranga and Ballance Agri Nutrients.
Wayne specialises in product & still life, people, corporate & industrial. Renown for his high standard or work with the attention to detail that makes all the difference in still life and product photography.
Wayne also shoots interiors and exteriors for commercial lighting clients, Philips Lighting, Advanced Lighting Technologies & Enerlink LED.
Another area of expertise is his environmental portraiture, Wayne’s quickly builds a rapport with people from CEO’s to workers, putting them at ease to get the best result.
4/20 Newton Street, Mount Maunganui 3116
Phone +647 575 8600, Mobile 0274 991 040
Cheetah Tabu Pillowcase for @henryandcohome a collaboration with talented Melbourne based artist Jane Reiseger. Part of a collection full of colour and joy celebrating kids imaginations…Run fast, run free, Cheetah Tabu and me…
To view the BOP ExportNZ Awards 2016 Photos gallery, click the link below.
Your favourite photos may be downloaded and used on social media or for personal use, and prints may be ordered from this link.
One of my images ‘Seascape’ has been selected for the AIPA’s Lie of the Land Exhibition, which is part of this year’s Auckland Festival of Photography.
The Lie of the Land is a visual survey of New Zealand’s native, rural and urban environments featuring imagery created by leading professional photographers from around the country.
Exhibition runs at Circle Gallery, Station Square, 240A Broadway, Newmarket, Auckland. Jun 20 – Jun 25, Tuesday – Friday, 10am – 6pm, Saturday, 10am – 5pm
The Cyclorama is now completed and has come up really well. Over the last week the concrete floor was stripped and prepared for paint, the curved joints plastered. Paint consisted of two coats of primer then two top coats of matt white, about 4 litres and 1.5 hours per coat (pleased i slashed out on a 355mm roller). Although this has been a busy week shooting haven’t used it yet, I did have a shoot schedule for it tomorrow postponed. I have a shot a time-lapse of the process will post with the next few days.
A lot of planning and logistics went into today, the jib wall has been stopped, sanded and primed. The ply ribs, cut by Custom Rubber of Oropi (the name doesn’t suggest they run three CNC routers, that can cut wood or metal), the 8.5m fibreglass cove custom made by Ocean Dynamics of Tauranga. Today was fit the ribs and fix to floor, and glue and screw the fibreglass down in one piece, the timber in front is to hold the fibreglass in place while fixing.