The afternoon light was not suitable to photograph the two remaining huts at Chinaman Creek, South Australia however the morning bought dark and moody clouds threatening rain and storms.
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”
We don’t print our photos any more, we don’t put them into photo albums to show family and friends nor do we have slide nights (thankfully). Now we press the digital shutter without thought or consequence, share one or two photos to our favourite social media platform and the continue on with life keeping allContinue reading “The Friday Snap (TFS 1)”
I have no idea why but the most popular post for 2018 wasn’t even written in 2018. I originally wrote this blog post in 2011 and to this day, still attracts viewers. Drum roill please, The most popular blog post of 2018 is 12 Real Landscape Photography Tips Some of these tips are, to beContinue reading “Most Popular Post – 2018”
Some of the locals did venture out for their morning walks, swims or surfs. This fella was tied up to the railing and kept an eye on his owner out in the surf. The rain didn’t bother him at all.
There is a lot of information out there on how to improve your landscape photography but the majority of the information actually talks about subjects like focal points, foregrounds, backgrounds, ISO etc which is fantastic and extremely helpful but there doesn’t seem to be to many articles actually talking about some of the things thatContinue reading “12 Real Landscape Photography Tips”