For Monochrome Wednesday I thought I would try converting a sunrise taken in the city a week or so back. Monochrome Wednesday – Sunrise in the City The city can be a great subject and one I’ve loved photographing for many years. Taking photos along the river is very popular. It is often where you […]
Come on, you had to know that I would be posting photos taken with the X-T3 soon and for Silent Sunday I thought it might be nice to look at some I did wandering around the city.
I’m back from the Mallee for Monochrome Wednesday and I thought it might be good to be looking back at a previous one of Melbourne.
I found myself teaching in the city this morning. It is funny how I thought my days of teaching were over. People seem to keep finding me.
One of the great things from the trip to New Zealand was I got my mojo back and it has been good to get back to the city for some photography. The city is one of the subjects I photograph a lot.
The weather has been horrible for getting out to take photos. Not really wanting to get out hasn’t helped. Today it seemed like a good idea to try reposting something from the past. Remembering the Weekend Wanderings posts, I thought I would repost one from the Swan Hill Pioneer Settlement.
You know one of the main reasons I became a member of the Eureka Skydeck was so I would know when they did their sunrise events. It is fantastic looking over the city at sunrise. They are very early mornings, but so worth it.
Sharing photos with the world, or your social media following can be quite scary. The question becomes to share or not to share? It is a big decision. What can you get out of it when you do it? There are a few things to consider.
Here is the next photo challenge. We are up to the 12th one so far and this one is Cityscapes. A subject that I love.
Not long after I started writing for Digital Photography School I was asked to write a short article on what my favourite lens was. Back then, it was the Nikon 24-70mm 2.8 lens. However, this year that changed.