I was reading a photographic magazine this morning which had an article about multiple exposures by Jackie Ranken. I have seen this done by other photographers in different styles but it was Jackie’s well composed images that inspired me to have a try. Shooting with my Fuji X-E1 that has multiple exposure capability, I took… Read More Multiple Exposures
I decided to set myself a photo-a-day project for thirty days using only my iPad. The first couple of weeks were fine I had plenty of places I knew where I could take a photo, but then it started to get harder until I told myself not to look but just record a moment in… Read More A Photo A Day
As a photographer I am interested in urban landscapes and shooting in black and white and when I was given a project that required me to record an urban area and the changes within it, I decided on a small but intimate look at a local shopping centre car park. This journey into what normally… Read More Local Shopping Centre Car Park
Every now and again I buy one of those $5 plastic disposable cameras and go on a mini photo shoot. They are refreshing to use as there are no settings to ponder over you just aim and shoot and it’s a great surprise when you get them developed. These photographs are from around Murray Bridge… Read More Fantastic Plastic
Wallaroo is a port town on the western side of Yorke Peninsular in South Australia with it’s history in the copper mining industry. One of three towns that make up the Copper Triangle, the other two being Kadina and Moonta, the area was known as Little Cornwall due to all the Cornish miners who came… Read More Wallaroo
What is it about old doors that attract so many photographers? I know when I see an old abandoned building it is made all the better with an old abandoned door.
Beachport a small fishing town in the South-east is a place I enjoy visiting and have done so since the early eighties. A recent trip, the first trip I have been able to do for a number of years, was just me and my camera and it was wonderful. The second night there I sat… Read More Beachport
Murray Bridge Agricultural & Horticultural Show After visiting the Adelaide Show I decided to go along to the Murray Bridge Show, a smaller, rural affair in the Murraylands and what it may lack in size and finesse certainly makes up for as a true agricultural show full of character and old world charm, sadly lacking… Read More Murray Bridge Agricultural Show