Today we are looking at an exhibition I have work in and the latest release of ON1 photo editing software. Today is more a catch-up.
Now that I am home again it is time to get Monochrome Wednesday going again and here we are back with a boulder. It would seem natural to start doing photos from New Zealand for some of these posts. There are so many of them.
Erik Johannson is an incredible fine art photographer and his imagination just amazes me. I did another blog post on him once before, but I must have deleted it. I can’t find it. I thought it would be good to look at him again.
When Pam and Mike first arrived in Melbourne I did spend some time with them showing them around the city. I took them to Docklands and we came back via the river. I do love showing people my city. While at the Docklands we had lunch at Mama Rumaan, one of my new favourite restaurants […]
Today I just have an image. Looking for the light.
This is an image I took one evening in the city of Melbourne when I was using the Canon 5D Mark IV. It has been raining so it was quite wet. I took this image as I walked through this arcade near St Paul’s Cathedral. There were a lot of things about the original image […]
This post is a day late, I’ve been away at my mums. I went up there to take photos of a project that had just finished. It was also a great opportunity to try out the Nikon D500 a lot. I think it is a great camera, can’t believe it is almost time to give […]
Recently I had a day out at Trentham. It is a small town, but very nice and very quiet, almost laid back. It is close to another town Daylesford, which has a reputation for spas and relaxation. While Trentham isn’t quite the same it is still a lovely town and very relaxing as well. The […]
The other day I went out with a friend and we had a whole day planned of what we were going to do. Then once we got there we found that the waterfall we had planned on photographing had almost no water. We have had a very dry summer and with little water the waterfalls […]
Sometimes you really are in the right place at the right time. It doesn’t happen to me very often, but last night, well, I was so happy to see the light that was shining onto and reflecting onto Flinders Street Station. It was soft, almost diffused light. We had been down to Docklands to take photos, […]