I took a few photos with my phone and my camera with the intent to post to Instagram however the photos out of camera provided a better result however I do regret not having my film camera with me as a good roll of colour film may have provided fantastic results.
The Black and White rolls weren’t nearly as old as the colour and looking through the negatives I find that it’s taken me about 2 years to shoot 24 exposures. This may be because I want to make each frame count, considering you only get one shot at it. There is no instant confirmation your photo was exposed or even framed properly.
The Friday Snap (TFS 21)
Many people said that crossing the Nullarbor Plains was boring as there is nothing to see or do. Well, they’re wrong!
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.
Asking at the counter if that’s a regular occurrence around here, he replied yeah it happens from time to time.
A good way to improve is to participate in photography challenges as they cause you to think about the theme and they do what the title says, they challenge you. And what a great way to kick off the new year and a new decade by participating in smartphone challenge
Even though Niagara Falls is surrounded by what could only be described as a tourist trap (dive) its hard not to take away that the falls are amazing to experience. To capture the falls at their best comes down to timing. And the best time is early morning or late afternoon when there are fewerContinue reading “American Falls, Niagara”
The walls of the famous, iconic High Country Craigs Hut which featured in the Australian movie classic “The Man from Snowy River” has seen and heard a lot from every day Australians to famous movies stars who graced the movie set in 1981. It now stands as a landmark to setller history and has becomeContinue reading “If the Walls Could Talk”
Standing in one spot pays off, especially in front of an art installation in Hyde Park, Sydney which allowed me to capture images of people stopping and appreciating the work done by the exhibiting photographers and artists. I’m forever amazed by the inspirational work done by so many photographers from all genres and I takeContinue reading “Outdoors Looking Indoors”
The reflections on the still water from the clouds in the sky, the radiance from the sun trying to burst through stopped me in my tracks and appreciate what lay before me.