WPC – I’d Rather Be…

I’d Rather Be… If given the choice, what would you rather be doing, right now? That’s this weeks WPC topic, I guess the answer would be almost anywhere but here. Where is here? Sitting at my desk at work, the 9-5, 4 days a week work, boring uninteresting stuff (Yes, yes I know I am…

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Tuesday’s Textures – Into the Unknown

  No tales, no story for this one, I meant to write one, but somehow it just never happened, perhaps you can make your own? The forest background was from the shoot I did in Warburton for Rapunzel and with Jayde Helena in the studio, as the model, lots of material flicking and dragging and…

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WPC- Ascend

Ascend 1.go up or climb, “she ascended the stairs” 2. rise or move up through the air, “the lift ascended from his sight” Remember as a kid laying on the ground and looking up at the clouds, especially through the tree canopy on a hot Summer Day? I recently got a chance to relive that feeling…

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WPC – Serene

This week’s WPC theme is Serene, I have had moments of serenity this year mixed amongst the chaos of regular life. So many highlights this year, I do not even know where to start. But for now, I will call on a few moments of complete serenity I savored this year. I have noticed that in…

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WPC – Dense

This week’s Weekly Photo Challenge is Dense. It seems many people had the same thought as I and immediately went for a dense forest. Mine is from a Light Painting gig we did in the Redwood Forest. It is cool and creepy at the same time. Midnight in a deserted dense redwood forest, in the…

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Winter Wanderings – Warburton

Recently, a photography friend invited Moth and I, away with them and another couple for some fun and light painting in Warburton, Victoria. It was Queen’s Birthday Long weekend……the official start of Victoria’s Snow season; and we were heading right into it! So we went prepared with a car full of hiking boots, hats, scarves,…

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Creating Long Exposure Photographs with ND Filters

I can honestly say that long exposures of silky waterfalls, with dappled sunlight and mossy rocks, was what inspired the birth of my photographic journey. I thought only the most amazingly talented photographers in the world could do this. This wonderful invention the internet, has been a vast plethora of information and instructions on virtually…

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Places

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Places.” Beach, mountain, forest, or somewhere else entirely? I love to travel, anywhere really, each has its own merits. I love the beach, the waves crashing, the rolling surf, the sand between my toes, I love to be out on the water too. I don’t sail as…

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