We’ll as promised readers here are a couple of shots that I took from around the camp where we stayed at Aganoa beach, Savaii in Samoa, I didn’t manage to shoot as much as I originally planned prior to the trip because, yes, you guessed it, I spent the majority of my time in the water surfing. It was after… Continue reading "Surfing in Samoa"
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I got asked a few days ago is landscape photography really worth it? It sort of got me thinking about why I do it. I suppose this post is some of my thoughts on the subject and hopefully it answers the question – is landscape photography really worth it? There is nothing like the feeling of the ocean breeze in… Continue reading "Landscape Photography – Is It Really Worth It?"
Blue, clear and bathed in beauty. I watched in wonder as the undulating movement enlightened my soul. Rising and falling, brimming with shine the ocean was moving – forever the tide. Beauty amassed under the daylight blue as each clear drop reflected an untold hue. Ripples of reflection mirrored the surrounds as my photograph spoke of the beauty abound. Until next time – Happy Shooting! Do you enjoy F… Continue reading "Blue"
This is a continued post from Part 1 – Who Needs Carrots When You Have A Fujifilm X-Pro 1? “You don’t need carrots to see in the dark – you simply need a Fujifilm X-Pro 1. Hopefully the photos and story show just how this camera performs in low light when using high ISO – no need for those carrots anymore!”… Continue reading "PART 2: Who Needs Carrots When You Have A Fujifilm X-Pro 1?"
Osprey feathers fly silently upon the wind soaring in grandeur. Patterns dance in the breeze above. Light falls on feathers enhancing pools of striking reds and electric blues. The sound of the sea stirs, the powerful Osprey beats its wings steadily toward the headland wind. Eyesight sharp and focused. Mysterious shapes travel below in the churning water. The powerful bird tucks wings… Continue reading "Osprey Feathers"
Isn’t funny how we look for composition. Some of us practise it and for others it comes naturally. My mother was an artist so composition came naturally to me. Maybe I was born with it….maybe its…..oh no that sounds like an ad! Seriously if you’re not born with composition then you will find it comes with practise. I think I learned how… Continue reading "Composing, Following and Focus"
The world is light; tone; shape and form – its my job as an artist to share life’s intricate details. Beauty abounds the natural wonders of Port Gregory. Waves turn and tumble roaring as weathered water amasses to the shore. Running in synchronization waves continues their forceful journey along the beach gliding until the evanescent wave reaches its peak. Receding water reflects the final… Continue reading "Beauty Abounds in Port Gregory"
You don’t need carrots to see in the dark – you simply need a Fujifilm X-Pro 1. Hopefully the photos and story show just how this camera performs in low light when using high ISO – no need for those carrots anymore! The soles of my shoes were wearing thin. Darkness surrounded me, I was now in the back streets… Continue reading "Who Needs Carrots When You Have A Fujifilm X-Pro 1?"
Wind swept through my hair as I left the car park. Keeping to the sandy path the sight of dune grasses dancing in the breeze caught my eye. I felt the cold gritty sand between my toes which instantly translated into a shiver throughout my body. My warm woollen jumper cut the air as the storm approached. I felt alive.… Continue reading "Middleton Beach – The Light Show"
Finally Canon have come to the mirrorless party and will be bringing out the new Canon EOS M camera. Featured on the camera is the new EF-M 22mm f2 STM pancake lens. This lens will join the new STM range of EF lens – the 40mm STM and 18-135mm STM lenses. I assume there will be an adapter to take EF-M… Continue reading "Canon EOS M Mirrorless Camera with EF-M 22mm f/2 STM Pancake Lens"