When I was away I got to thinking about do photographers have responsibilities to the world around them. Do we think about where we take photos and if there are repercussions to it?
The question of whether or not I am really a traveller is something I’ve asked myself a lot. Do I really want to travel? Do I need it for my photography?
It is time for the next podcast episode, can’t believe I have done 9 already. This week I’m talking to you about working with purpose and what that means for me.
Today for Weekend Wanderings, I thought we could look back at another post that was done on my old blog. I am slowly hoping to bring them all here over time, at least the ones that are still relevant. We are going back to Swan Hill and the salt or salinity problems they have around […]
Another article from the now defunct Dynamic Range Magazine. This is one from Arwen Dyer and she talks about the importance of respecting the environment in which we want to photograph.
Recently I said that I was going to start deleting photos and posts from my old blog, I have to because of the storage problem. I’ve paid for extra space for a while now, but now that I am here I don’t want to lose all those post, so I thought I might try reposting […]
Previously I’ve spoken about the salt pans up around Swan Hill and in the Mallee, but today I have some more photos to show you. They are ones that I have done more processing too. It is a dilemma images like this. Do we do little to them to show how they really look, or […]
Recently, since my return from the US, I’ve been doing a lot more work on my photos. I used excuses before, but I am starting to see that it is something I have to do, even if just for myself. Of course, the added benefit is that I can share the photos with you as […]
It is that time of the week again and it has been a good week as I look back on what I’ve done. I’ve been away up in the Mallee again to visit my mother, but, as always, I managed to get out to take photos while I was there. It is such a different landscape […]
Recently I got to go to a place in country Victoria to explore and while we were there we saw an old railway bridge. The bridge is no longer in use. The area was made into a reservoir and I guess the bridge was too low. Close by there is another railway bridge, but it […]