As a photographer, chances are you’ve thought about doing some traveling, if you haven’t done so already.Read more “Travel Photography: It’s About The Destination”
I spent much of December at home with a thought-provoking read titled The Artist’s Journey by author and screen writer, Steven Pressfield.Read more “Favorite Images of 2018: A Retrospective”
Cormorant Fisherman on traditional bamboo raft at twilight, Li River, Xingping, People’s Republic of ChinaRead more “Essential Photography: Back Button Focus”
Week 26′s image was captured above Brisbane’s Riverside Expressway from an overpass. Adding the interest of car light trails into your landscapes may seem like a hard task but with the correct equipment and planning you will be hooked on it. The idea behind this post is to explain the process and give you a few pointers as to what locations work best.
Whilst I have shot the Brisbane city skyline at night many times before, this week I wanted to test the performance of my Canon 40D in regards to ISO settings. This post will be about how to test the ISO on your camera. These types of test are a great way to learn the limits your camera has so that when you are out in the field you can select the best settings for your gear.