Saville Coble is an advertising and fashion photographer based in Melbourne at Blue Tee Studios.
Ever since he was a boy he was interested in photography starting out in The Sun newspaper then going on to travel overseas and finding himself in Paris. Working for Bernard Mattussiere in the famous Pin up studios in central Paris working on numerous high end fashion brands and learning the fine art of black and white printing with some of the best printers in Europe.
Returning to Australia in the late 90’s he completed a BA in Commercial Photography at RMIT and has been shooting advertising and fashion still since then making the transition to high end digital capture and loving the creative possibilities a full digital workflow can offer.
Current projects include working in NT on a book with Sarrita King doing aerial photography from helicopters and visiting remote areas compiling images to be published in a collective book of photography and aboriginal contemporary dot works with the King sisters going back to there home country.
- Phase One IQ 140 camera 80mm ,45mm and 75-150mm lens
- Canon 5D Mark III with vertical grip and Canon 1DS
- Canon 24-70 f2.8 L
- Canon 16-35mm f2.8L
- Manfrotto 405 Pro Digital geared head with a 294 carbon fibre tripod from Manfrotto
Check out Saville's portfolio
Flinders Island - Photo Escapade
This adventure, for a group of six to eight, is located on the amazing Flinders Island in the Bass Strait, just North East of Tasmania.
Arriving after a one-hour flight in our private twin-engine aircraft on a Friday afternoon, we stay two nights at the beautiful Mountain Seas Retreat. Set in rugged wilderness, Mountain Seas is the finest accommodation available on Flinders Island.
Everyone has his or her own private room, unless you’re travelling as a double. The food is excellent, prepared by award winning chef Ann-Marie Wilkins, often using organic ingredients grown on the property.
Over the next two days we photograph diverse landscapes, from pristine beaches to rugged mountains. We travel as a small group, so there’s plenty of time for us to assess what information you need to take your photography to the next level.