Eagle Eye Tasmania is a digital media business specialising in photography and film from Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. We specialise in beautiful landscapes and seascapes, wedding and portraiture, street photography, aerial photography and real estate photography. We can assist to give you fantastic images or quality film of your property, business, or special event. We can provide museum grade prints and Tasmanian timber hand made frames.
Welcome to Eagle Eye, a independent digital media group based in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. Formed in 2014 as a free-lance group, we now provide professional film, photography, and audio production/sound engineering services.
Owner, Andrew Phipps, studied a bachelor of medical research and biotechnology (Hons) and a PhD at the University of Tasmania. He has also studied in audio design, digital media, photography and music throughout his career. Currently working full time with the Wicking Dementia Research and Education Centre as a media officer and managing Eagle Eye.
Canon 5D mk4
Canon EOS 7D
Canon 24-105 f4 L
Canon 70-200 f2.8 L IS II & 2x III tele
Canon 16-35 f2.8 L IS II
Canon 100mm f2.8 L macro
Canon 50mm f1.4
Sigma 17-70 DC OS HSM lens
Tamron 10-24mm F3.5-4.5
DJI Phantom 3 Professional
DJI Ronin MX and M600
Canon EZ flash 350 & 600 ex-rt II
Aputure LS120D II & LS300d II
Godox 600D II pro
Zoom H6, DigiDesign 003, Digimax D8 location/studio recording
Rode and Shure microphones
NISI v5 Advanced kit
Gitzo and Miller tripods
Peak Design and F-stop bags
Please get in contact: email@example.com
Tim Phay: Graduate architect, gamer, hobbyist photographer and person with bad knees.
Hi, I'm Tim, Architect by profession, but not by title. I enjoy the wide end of the focal lengths taking photos of landscapes, seascape and cityscapes. While I don't mind exploring other avenues I often fall to the pitfall of on the spot decisiveness which can often be critical. I first got into photography back in 2014 through a combination of an unwanted camera at home and a friend who had jumped a long time ago. The problem here is that said friend uses incompatible gear... so there's no stealing that 70-200 F2.8 much to my sadness. At some point I'll get my own equivalent gear, but given architecture, that may take a while so we'll make do for now.
We use Avid Pro tools, Adobe creative cloud, Capture one pro 11, LRTimelapse
Comments and feedback are always welcome,