18 Jun 2009 at 12:54am
Yep, thats what they have plenty of over here. No wonder Flemming doesn’t come to the east coast. I’m starting to think that WA is a better location for landscapes. Well beachscapes at least. I’m in a bit of a rut over here at the moment. Not getting great light, and finding it hard to get a scene where there isn’t a house, a tree, a freeway, a person, a powerline, a sugar cane field or something else in the way of what could possibly be a great shot. At least in WA there is less to clutter your images. Maybe I’m just missing my home town, which after all my travels so far, is still, in my mind, the best place to live. Ok the weather here in QLD is unreal, but there is a trade off. Hmmm could WA be the mecca of Landscape photography in Australia???
18 Jun 2009 at 12:44am
This is the beach just south of Fingal Head. I saw Mark Stothard checking out this scene and thought I’d better have a look myself. That is the good thing about shooting with someone else. See what their looking at and if it is better than what you have been doing steal it and claim it for yourself!! Ha, Mark was getting the good angles and I’ll get the glory, thanks mate!! hehe.
18 Jun 2009 at 12:33am
Not since the day when KISS finally took their make up off has there been a more anticipated unveiling. Here at last for your viewing pleasure is the full Flemming Bo Jensen. You have read his posts, seen his images and viewed only the top of his head. This exclusive has been possible thanks to Casey Smith. At last the legend has a face. I said to the boys, make sure you get a shot of Flemming and they came through with the goods. I must say Flemming your a lot younger than I thought you were going to be, must be that soft Danish light. Us Aussies cop it here, especially us on the west coast! We look old but are actually really young!! Hope you don’t mind the world knowing your secret identity.
15 Jun 2009 at 9:57am
How cool is this, the TNFP shirt in action. The fellas are sure to get brilliant pics with this secret weapon on their computers.
Sounds as though Rod, Flemming and Casey had some fun.
You can see Rod’s stuff here
You can see Casey’s stuff here
You can see Flemming’s stuff here
Thanks fellas for helping the myth of the TNFP grow. Remember it can’t be seen or touched, it lives within us and demands the best. Rod that shot of Cape Leveque is a cracker!
12 Jun 2009 at 12:49am
Don’t worry about a blown out sky. Some times it is nice to have a white sky. In this photo it works as it adds to the abstract nature of the landscape. I really like the little tree growing out of the rock and the rock that has broken off and wedged itself in the gap. What do you think?
11 Jun 2009 at 11:40am
Point the camera at something else. The rocks on Magnetic Island are fantastic. I like the colour in this shot. I had an idea when I took this photo of what I would do in photoshop. It wasn’t a wasted afternoon. Will it sell, nup! well maybe! Who knows.
11 Jun 2009 at 12:07am
This is a small selection of things we have seen and done on our Eastern States sojourn. More adventures to come but boy am I tired.
9 Jun 2009 at 11:15am
I bet Ken Duncan wished he had thought of this first. Mint shots of Churches to sell to the congregations, I have stumbled onto the next big thing I think. Don’t tell anyone, this is a secret! Now, technical notes. Is this a Brent Pearson inspired nightscape??? Is it the TNFP filter at work??? or is it just bloody amazing, you tell me. Pray you find the path to the truth before it’s too late and you can’t sleep tonight thinking about it. oh dear I think it’s time for my warm milk before doo doo’s (thats what we call bed time, not what your thinking sicko)
9 Jun 2009 at 10:30am
More strolling around Bellingen. This was in the main street and was shot handheld in bright sunlight. A black and white layer blended over the base image gave me the effect I was looking for. Hmmm might just photograph buildings from now on. Goes to show there is an image in just about anything. Again will it sell, nah probably not, but I bloody like it so thats all that matters. We can make our money on blue water and Blue sky. Lashings of the TNFP filter on this one.
9 Jun 2009 at 9:50am
This photo has struck a cord with me. Probably sums up my personality. A little dark, but fuzzy and warm at the same time, like a pussy cat with an attitude, not scary enough to be a problem. This was shot handheld into an old building in the backstreets of Bellingen. Pretty cool what you can get walking the streets. Not to mention getting arrested! Sorry Merv I know this is way too dark for you. You need to listen to some of my music, will get you in the mood.