There was some debate as to whether I would do Monochrome Wednesday today. Would I have time, but then I found this image of Princes Pier and thought, why not.
This week has been strange and while I have been out many times to take photos, it hasn’t been the usual sort that I normally do. So, today for The Weekend Wanderings post I thought I would do one on the experimenting I’ve been doing with time-lapse photography.
It is Sunday morning here and I’m sitting here listening to the sounds of our roof being replaced. With all the rain we’ve been having the guys replacing the roof decided to make the most of the good weather and do it over the weekend. More rain is predicted next week so it is probably a good move.
Last weekend was Labour Day for Victoria and on Monday in the early hours of the morning the luxury liner, the Queen Victoria arrived in Melbourne. I was lucky to be invited to go aboard with a small group of people and be given a guided tour of the public spaces. It was also great meeting some of the staff and being shown around by Ludwig and Ant.
I was there for a special presentation to the Commodore of the Cunard lines. I’ve been involved in a project that encourages kids with cameras for a few years now and am often asked to judge photos for it. They were doing the presentation and I was asked to come along and take photos of it, but I was also able to go on the tour and take photos.
It is all happening around here at the moment, problems with taps breaking and such, but thought I would stop briefly to let you see the photos I’ve had published on Instagram this week, but first I’ve had an article published about the Samyang Fisheye.
The article is on Digital Photography School and if you click the title it will take you to it.
For those wishing to know more about the fisheye lens.
Here are the images I’ve had up on Instagram this week.