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Fitzgerald Photo Lab now Printing Fujiflex

29 Apr 2011 at 8:41am

Just heard from Paulie Paul from Fitzies. They are now printing on Fujiflex up to 20″ x 32″. That is very cool news for those of you who want to print on a stunning paper. You can upload the photos straight to their site so it doesn’t get any easier than that. Go and get some!!

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Nannup Today

28 Apr 2011 at 9:39pm

Shot this in Nannup today in between rain storms. I have photographed this scene before so I knew exactly where to go. I am trying to make images that look like old paintings. Lots of gold frames to be filled!!

I love my Phase, I love my Phase, I love my Phase………..

 

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Bringing back the Bling

27 Apr 2011 at 7:46pm

This photo of Karlamilyi National Park always reminded me of an old painting. So I wanted to help it along with an appropriate frame. This is the first time in my history doing photography that I have chosen a gold ornate frame. I must say I love it and will be doing more like this in the coming months. This image is 70″ wide and printed on the best art paper in the world, Cansons Rag Photographique.

What do you think?, and be honest. I would love to gage the reaction of other photographers.

 

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Yesterdays Sky

27 Apr 2011 at 4:00pm

I have been looking at the work of Bill Henson in recent days and have gained some inspiration from what he does and why. I recommend you check his work yourself it is beautiful and so different to what we are used to. His landscapes are amazing, lots of black which is totally against what I have been doing in the past. I have been going for detail, show everything. Bill hides stuff away from the viewer which adds to the mystery and what he is trying to say with his work. Don’t discount it, this guy sells work for tens of thousands of dollars. It is true Fine Art Photography!

I took this image yesterday whilst I was waiting for the rain to stop. I had the back tailgate open and I was sheltering from getting wet. As I looked up I thought what the hell. I saw an image my good mate Tony Hewitt took in the US recently that had all these gulls in it. It was typical creative genius from Tony that I have gained inspiration from. Thanks Tony.

Phase One P65+, 80mm Schneider F/2.8, 645DF body. My dream rig!

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Storm last night shot on the Fuji X100

24 Apr 2011 at 7:16am

We had some great lightning come through last night. By the time I got the car packed most of it had gone. Didn’t notice any forks but the light show was still pretty impressive. Shot this just around midnight from the top of Mount Duckworth in Yallingup. Need to get a cable release for the x100. It performed well considering the low light and long exposure. iso 1600 showed a bit of noise especially at 1.5 minutes. Need to run some noise ninja over them to see what happens. This one was shot at iso 400 F/5.6, 20sec.

 

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Memories from my Childhood

18 Apr 2011 at 8:53pm

As a kid I grew up going to Leighton and Cottesloe Beach for swims. I remember driving past these tanks and thinking I hope they don’t blow up. Well they never did. I also remember thinking I’ll never get to drive because there won’t be enough petrol left when I get old. Now I wish it did run out and for the past 40 years we had been running our cars on something other than oil.

Fuji X100

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From the Banal to the Ridiculous

18 Apr 2011 at 8:19pm

 

I love this. Don’t know why but I just do. I must be loosing it. I was listening to Cavatina at the time! No booze, no drugs just pure creative juices let leash on an unsuspecting road side sign!

There must be a message for us all in there somewhere, wish I could work it out! I must be in the wrong zone!!!

Fuji x100, shot with great care from the car window.

 

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Somewhere to Call Home

18 Apr 2011 at 7:59pm

I love this place, it would be my worst nightmare to stay there but photographically it is very cool. You could probably do some great work of the building and the inhabitants!

Shot on the lovely Fuji X100 handheld.

They must be available soon. Ring Ben at Team Digital to find out where yours is. Mine goes everywhere I go, yes including the toilet! I have to get some crap shots some how!

 

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The Moving Landscape

16 Apr 2011 at 1:48pm

 

This short production has been put together as an addition to our up and coming DVD. Yep thats right…. The DVD will be on the shelves for easter. Now it hasn’t got there yet but hopefully it will be the culmination of almost three years of excuses and procrastination. Hey Rome wasn’t built in a day.

 

Dedicated to all those who have been pestering me for the last three years. You know who you are…..

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