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The Kimberley

26 May 2014 at 11:01am

The Kimberley

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We had a brilliant Kimberley workshop last week with lots of repeat customers and some new people too. A great group and a great time had by all. We will be running this workshop again next year so if you like the Kimberley region you will like this.

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Sigma DP2 Merrill the Super Camera

4 May 2014 at 3:50pm

Sigma DP2 Merrill the Super Camera

_SDI0325 I have been completely blown away by my new Sigma DP2 Merrill. Loving the B&W it is capable of, reminds me of the good old days of shooting film. Image quality wise this is probably the best mirror less camera I have ever used. I cannot believe what this thing can do. Combined with Iridient Developer it has been a fun ride. Edge to edge sharpness is the best I have seen period, no lens I have used beats this. Check it out for yourself, you won’t be disappointed.

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Lofoten a photographers paradise

1 May 2014 at 8:38pm

Lofoten a photographers paradise

[vimeo]https://vimeo.com/93449710[/vimeo]

In February 2014 I was invited along to tour Norway’s North Western island chain known as the Lofoten Islands. I must admit I was a bit nervous about going into the Arctic Circle in their winter as I come from one of the flattest, driest, and hottest countries on the planet. Snow with all it’s associated blizzards is totally foreign to me just as trekking through the Pilbara in our summer would be to visitors from Norway.

Much to our surprise we landed in Norway to one of their lowest snowfall seasons in years which gave me a small bit of comfort but left me wanting to come back to try again next winter. It wasn’t even that cold with the temperatures maxing out at 6 degrees on some days. Now you have to remember we are in the Arctic Circle in winter so I guess thats Global Warming for you.

Man! what an amazing country. I can’t begin to describe how grand this landscape is. This video just doesn’t do it justice in my opinion. The fiord systems around these Islands is everything you would hope for. I feel I have been spoilt forever after visiting this place. It’s like a Milford Sound in New Zealand around every corner.

Good friend Rod Thomas is organising a tour here next February so if you have any desire to see a bit of whats in this video look him up at rodthomas.com.au

Everything was shot on Canon products. C300, 5Dmk3, all Canon lenses. It was a bit lonely out there with only a few Canon still shooters wandering around looking lost wondering why everyone else was shooting Nikon. Not a problem for me though.

The soundtrack was licensed from The Music Bed. Next time I pick a soundtrack I best do a search of how many times it has been used on Vimeo. I was thinking to myself, “I have heard this before somewhere?”

Sorry to all of those people who are sick of this score. It’s still a great track though.

“Rise” by Tony Anderson

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