Recently I’ve been looking at photos from my trip to the USA and it seemed like a good idea for Monochrome Madness so here is one of a marina in San Francisco.
Today I’ve been out a lot and so for Silent Sunday, I have a couple of photos of the sun as it sets over the Great Ocean Road.
This is going to be quick today, I have a couple of pics that I have worked on this week. I thought it would be good to show you as well.
It has been three years since I first visited Port Arthur and for Silent Sunday I thought reposting the original post would be fun. Enjoy your Sunday.
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.
This is going to look familiar, but this is more a challenge for myself now. I did stop Monochrome Madness a while ago, but it seems it has been missed, so I am back with a different version, Monochrome Wednesday.
Whenever you see a group of photographers together they all start talking gear. It just seems to be something that people who share a passion do. So podcast episode 015 is my conversation about the gear I use.
Some trips are done where we spend all day out, and others are done quickly so get something specific. Today’s Weekend Wanderings post is about going to Point Lonsdale to capture a sunset, but also to do a time-lapse. The conditions seemed perfect for both. There were wonderful clouds in the sky.
The other night I was teaching a workshop at Docklands and we did the sunset then took some photos around the harbour down there.
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 […]