Saturday 19th April 2014,

Browsing the "landscape" Tag

Canyonlands Buttes

Four Alternative Ways To Photograph Iconic Locations

You’ve seen them. Those places that everybody goes to because one just has to have a photograph of that location, at a certain time of day. They are also beautiful. The real problem is that everybody goes there and a [...]

April 6, 2014 Insight
Ice Dreams – Night ice climbing at Haffner Creek, Kootenay National Park. Climber: John Price

F Stop Lounge Interview with Photographer Paul Zizka

Last week we posted an article about the beautiful outdoor photography of Paul Zizka. Following that post, we arranged an interview with Paul to gain a greater insight into his work. In the interview, Paul discussed his work and how [...]

January 24, 2014 Insight, YouTube
Sly Cuts on Location

5 Models, 5 Dresses, 1 Day

The other day I was given the opportunity to undertake a larger scale production, meaning that I would be shooting more than one model, with more than one dress… and it was all on location! Now I’ll be honest with [...]

September 30, 2013 World Through the Lens
under water love, bitter springs

Underwater Love In The Territory

Check this out guys, I just spent 3 days ay this amazing place.If you drive 1oo kilometres south of Katherine, Australia you will end up at a place called Mataranka. Take the first turn on the left at the sign [...]

September 7, 2013 World Through the Lens
aileron, drifting pixels

The Red Centre of Australia

I’m back!!!! I love this place so much, I sort of got a bit lost in the outback over the last few days with all the driving, shooting, exploring and learning.  I’m slowly making my way though it though. I [...]

September 2, 2013 World Through the Lens
ayers rock, drifting pixels

Devils, Rainbows and Big Rocks

Hi guys, well I have been super busy since my last post and I have just clocked up another 3200 kilometres to the Drifting Pixels bus. :) Love it !!! Right now I’m at – yep you guessed it - Uluru [...]

August 16, 2013 World Through the Lens
Port Douglas sunset

Far north Queensland

Hi everybody, I haven’t been doing much posting lately been too busy traveling around the countryside exploring and enjoying my time on the road. I thought I would post a couple of shots from the last two weeks for you. [...]

August 8, 2013 World Through the Lens
fuji xf1 leigh diprose

East Coast Sunset with the Fujifilm XF1

The glistening patterns of ocean waves danced vividly upon the reflecting tide. Crisp cold wind lingered as rushing water crashed by my feet, jump-starting my stride. Clumsily I fell into a crouch as I encountered the ocean rise and fall [...]

June 29, 2013 World Through the Lens
sugar loaf rock, cape naturalist

Sugar Loaf Rock

This is Cape Naturalist in Western Australia and it’s one of the most spectacular views I have seen in Australia. If you ever get the chance you have to try to pay a visit to this beautiful area of coast [...]

June 27, 2013 World Through the Lens
iphone_museum

iPhone Photography Displayed At Fox Talbot Museum

Sometimes it is not about the camera!  Nettie Edwards shoots her photos solely with an iPhone 4s! Nettie Edward describes herself as an IPhonegrapher, Mobile Artist, Digital ScrapSmith, Genealogist, Vegetable Gardener and Slug Slayer Edward’s multi faceted work includes portraits, archtitecture, [...]

May 17, 2013 News