The need to disconnect from the world continues to grow, slowly becoming fed up with all the noise coming from all angles of life, always demanding but never giving.
It was enjoyable experience getting out and photographing my local area as the sun set on another sweltering day and I was reminded I needed to photograph more of my local area in the future.
By morning, these footprints will have been washed away by Mother Nature
Week 1 of the 52 week smartphone challenge has come to an end, and I’ve done this twice already so coming up with something new was going to be somewhat difficult.
I have become glued to news broadcasts, almost hourly, learning of a new area that is under threat only making my concerns for not only family and friends but also the everyday Australians that are fighting the fires and those suffering grow significantly.
This week sees The Friday Snap go into double figures and there maybe some conjecture that this week’s submission was captured using a smartphone. Let me assure you that it was and it’s all in the crop. Cropping the image to isolate the subject reduces the number of distractions and focuses the viewer in onContinue reading “The Friday Snap (TFS 10)”
When I achieve something decent with this project, I’ll post an update until the I’m off to the lolly shop, anybody want anything?
Experimenting with a GoPro Hero Black 5 has been loads of fun. Its an impressive little camera and is very easy to set up for time lapse video or as i have done is stuck it to the roof of my4WD to capture a a track being driven through thick bush. This footage was takenContinue reading “A GoPro Time Lapse”
I could get used to being a surf photographer only because of the sand between your toes and the beautiful sunshine but I had no idea how to photograph a Surf Lifesaving Club Enduro Swim. What I do know is that camera gear is not water proof and I figured that I could go upContinue reading “The Green Caps”