September is the month for the Royal Melbourne Show and today I thought it might be nice to do a post looking at it.
It has been one of those weeks, so I thought for Weekend Wanderings I would repost the one I did of Docklands through a fisheye. Sometimes it is hard to get out.
I’ve spent the last two days with my Californian friends and it has been so much fun showing them around Melbourne. I am also really excited about our trip down to the Great Ocean Road over the next few days as well. I’m not sure what I will do with the blog while I’m away, […]
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 […]
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 […]
Last weekend I got to experiment with the fisheye at the State Library of Victoria. When I was first loaned the Samyang 12mm fisheye lens I knew that I wanted to try it out at the library. It is one of those places that has a massive space and trying to fit it into a […]
As per usual I’ve had a few photos up on Instagram this week and will put them into a gallery for you, but first I wanted to tell you about a tutorial I wrote for Digital Photography School. Here is the link: How to Make a Sketch Inside a Photograph It is one of those […]
The other night I went into the city to take some photos of the Bolte Bridge. I had wanted to do the sunset there. I met my friend Chris and we made our way to the base of it. On the way I put the Samyang 12mm fisheye on and took lots of photos with […]
It has been a great week on Instagram for me, now with over 10K followers I feel like I have reached my goal. That number of followers is meant to be special, I don’t know, but I suppose I will find out. I hope you enjoy the photos from this last week.
One of the big plans for the Royal Melbourne Show was to photograph the fireworks in the evening. We needed to go back on a night where rain wasn’t expected. Thursday was that night. In the meantime I had a meeting with a rep from Benro Australia, they make tripods, among other things and I […]