We thank this Nurse from St Johns at Port Adelaide SA for allowing us to capture this photo. We thank with it Doctors and Nurses worldwide for the great job they are doing not only during Covid but every day! As ex frontline worker decades ago I know the mental stress you have also cope with.

COVID -19

Who we are

ASSP-Photo and ASSP-Arts is an South Australian business located at the picturesque City of Port Adelaide 4kms from the capital city Adelaide. We need your support as a small business as with each booking, purchase of photo prints, posters, merchandise, paintings and soon available children’s books you help us also to continue our support of Australian organisations providing health and safety and our people with disabilities.

Sue, the owner of #AdelaidesSueSmithPhotography (ASSP) has a long experience of both sides of cameras having starred in movies, worked as Fashion Model, Photo Journalist for Newspapers, Magazines, TV, and clients of all sides of life.

Architecture and Heritage

Being born as daughter of an Architect & Engineer and a mother whose forebears was builders, several objects they build in 1400 are still in use as homes and churches, may explain her passion for Architecture and Heritage objects.

Sue also worked for Governments in the departments Roads, Highways and Bridges, followed as development team member at projects like Tornado Fighter Jet, Maintenance Phantom, Tanks, and Siemen’s 1st Nokia Mobile Phone. You see the wide range of Sue’s interests and experience in the Commercial and Private photography.



…more to come in this draft…


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ASSP-Merchandise

Link to Sue’s BIOGRAPHY as PHOTOGRAPHER :
https://assp.suesmithphotography.com.au/index.php/biography-of-photographer-sue-smith-owner-of-adelaides-sue-smith-photography-assp/

Link to Sue’s BIOGRAPHY as an ARTIST : https://assp.suesmithphotography.com.au/index.php/meet-sue-the-artist/

"Christchurch NZ..."  
International Award
ASSP-Photo catalogue Travels

CHRISTCHURCH NZ during a rainy day..

We are widely presented on Social Media from Facebook and LinkedIn to Google and many more, we recommend to Google search with lots of infos about the business current and past.

ASSP-PHOTO FOR BUSINESSES:
Structural, Industrial, Machinery, Equipment, Transport, Marketing, Heritage and much more:
Sue’s passion and love to heritage & history photography goes also back to the cradle as her forebears was master-builders and many of their buildings dating 1520, 1794, Mid 1800 are declared Cultural Monuments and still in use, one of the churches they build 1445 changed not long ago the owner.

Sue was participant in the South Australian Heritage Competition and Finalist with her study of the Hart’s Mill Packing Shed Port Adelaide.

Capturing the stages of life in professional photographs makes a difference even if the mobile phone cameras get year by year better – we are happy to explain you the difference. Let us accompany you and your family from birth to the last farewell.

Photo by Adelaides Sue Smith Photography (ASSP) abbr. ASSP-Photo

To answer a question we get ask often: ‘Memorial‘ is rather frequently used in the collocation ‘memorial service’. Both are remembrance events used to remember a certain matter or person, especially in relation to the deceased. The difference lies in when the remembrance event takes place. A ‘memorial service’ is held a short while right after the deceased passed away whilst a ‘commemoration‘ is to mark or celebrate important occasions at an anniversary (often in a later year).

Bagpipe -  Farewell
Bagpipe – Farewell

Copyright
Photographs, video footage and content of our website pages are copyright protected in the name of Adelaides Sue Smith Photography (ASSP)
[ABN 4833 4214 330] in short ASSP-Photo / ASSP-Arts / ASSP-Travels or otherwise stated and may not be used or reproduced without our written consent. IF you see a work on our website which you like just email a “Permission of Use Application” to sue@suesmithphotography.com.au

Finishing of our works printed from small to large and wide format
for Corporate and Private clients
ASSP-Photo is working with the best on the local market, this enables us to offer our clients a wide range of finishing in addition to common paper prints, matting and framing.
Having everything from a single-source saves our corporate clients time and money as they have not to invest their precious time in investing their own or their staffs time. Under our supervision we get your marketing material like banners, flags, wallpapers, product-show needs etc. ready-to-use to you.

OPPORTUNITY FOR ARTISTS, GALLERIES & COMPANIES

HIRE OPPORTUNITY FOR
Artists / Exhibition Venues & Art Show Organisers
Hand-crafted Barn Frames
Gallery Hanging Systems
Stair-climbing Trolley
Ladders
Easels
Tools
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HIRE OPPORTUNITY FOR BUSINESSES / ORGANISATIONS / AGENCIES
Aboriginal Art | Abstract Art | Contemporary Art | Kids Room Art | Modern Art | Photographs | Posters | History & Heritage Collections dating back to 1948 | Requests:
Email to sue@suesmithphotography.com.au

Impressum
Adelaides Sue Smith Photography (ASSP)
PO Box 3270 Port Adelaide SA 5014
E: sue@suesmithphotography.com.au
M: +61 412 924 696 from 11am – 9pm AEST

Social Media:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/adelaidessuesmithphotography
Facebook Messenger: m.me/102600171140637
What’s Up application
Twitter: https://twitter.com/SmithPhotoPort
Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/people/assp-photo/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/suesmith245/
LinkedIn and more

Links:
https://www.lightspacetime.art/

What is Pareidolia? (pronounced para-dole-eia)
Famous Old Masters used Pareidolia when visual stimuli results in inspiration, and this is what makes some of Salvadore Dali‘s paintings so magical. Leonardo da Vinci described seeing characters in natural markings on stone walls, which he believed could help inspire his artworks. Pareidolia is the tendency for perception to impose a meaningful interpretation on a nebulous stimulus, usually visual, so that one sees an object, pattern, or meaning where there is none. We think the best explanation you find here: https://www.bbc.com/future/article/20140730-why-do-we-see-faces-in-objects

Links to some of our network-partners and supporters:

https://www.facebook.com/wowfm/posts/10157599598280864
https://www.mikolaiconsulting.com/about
https://www.hotelscombined.com.au/
http://wowfm.org/wowfm-presenters/
https://www.facebook.com/cafeoneseventy/
https://thebritish.com.au/
https://www.cartridgeworld.com.au/
https://portmall.newspower.com.au/

https://www.gallery247.com.au/sue-smith/australian-art-for-sale/blumenwiese/127271

Facebook Messenger m.me/102600171140637

MEET SUE the WRITER:

A FEW OF SUE’S PUBLICATIONS & VIDEOS:
DOM – Domestic Violence
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/living-life-after-domestic-violence-sue-smith?trk=public_profile_article_view

VIDEOS:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mZ4QOre_kpc

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iVeawuBlTew

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QynwukfmTx0

…..our international awarded works can also be found on https://www.youtube.com/user/LightSpaceTime