11 Jul 2013 at 3:12pm
Isn’t it awesome when you have this location 10 minutes from your front door. Sugarloaf rock never fails to impress and is like a magnet drawing me in when I shoot be shooting other places.
Phase One IQ180 45mm lens, F/8, 1min exposure.
13 Apr 2012 at 7:46am
This is another view of the amazing location Markie and I found. All around this area is like ancient ruins. Amazing huge rocks and waterholes. It is paradise for a landscape photographer. These cliffs are actually really high. Not for the faint hearted. It was a pretty hard core scramble and on more than one occasion I had to check I had that spare pair of undies in my camera bag. We shot till it was almost dark but still had to get back to the beach on the other side of this headland. It was getting pretty hard to see as I touched down on flat sand and relative safety. It was worth it though.
11 Jul 2011 at 9:02am
Firstly one for the landscape purists!
Then one for the Altered thinkers out there.
Which one do you like the best? I know which I like the best!
21 Jun 2011 at 6:46pm
Another image from this afternoon. It was brilliant to watch the snow fall around us. As a West Australian it was a bit of a novelty. Temp at the top of the hill was 0 degrees with an apparent temp of -6.1.
16 Feb 2011 at 12:15pm
Another variation on the morning I had a Cervantes during the drive home from James Price Point. Focus stack of 3 images. The detail of the dunes is spectacular. What do you get for $50K? this is what you get!
Phase One 645DF, P65+, 45mm f/2.8
11 Jan 2011 at 7:31pm
Ok so the shot of some skip bins behind the shops didn’t cut it with the viewers. Here is another one I was working on that I shelved because it was getting a bit over cooked. Tell me you like the skip bins better. Surely you must. Merv please give me a NUP. It deserves it!
24 Dec 2010 at 9:22pm
This is the haunted lighthouse we slept at on Monday night. Was pretty awesome once it stopped raining. The clouds were perfect the moon was almost full. Everything you want for some night photography. Everyone nailed some great pics. We didn’t see the ghost, pretty happy about that! This was a 30 second exposure. I had Merv and Pete next to me so this shot is pretty special! It is for sale, 15K and I’ll get Merv and Pete to co sign it for that price!!! One off, original. Any takers?
5 Jul 2010 at 9:25am
This old shack was on the main street in Bright, Victoria. I think old stuff is great to photograph, and that Australian Landscapes can include urban scenes as well. It was a pretty cold morning, this house would have been pretty miserable. Don’t think anyone was living there.
19 Jun 2010 at 8:08pm
More of the sunrise over “Jurrasic Park”. This would be a place to spend a few days. lots to explore and dramatic scenery. My wife told me I screwed the pooch on this shot. I added a cracked paint look to the sky and she said it didn’t work with the rest of the image because that was relatively straight. Of course I had flattened it by then and I worked bloody long and hard to get this look. Now I have to go back and try and remember what I did! Bummer! Love this scene though. It really struck me when I was standing there waiting for the sun to do its thing.
5 May 2010 at 9:45pm
This is a pic from last year. This was a pretty big lake popular with boaties, no photographers!! just me!! Was pretty cool this morning as it is pretty high up there in the Tablelands, Well thats my scientific observation and I’m sticking to it!
I can imagine it would be a good shot to have a sword sticking out of the lake! King Arthur style! Or maybe just a big arsed Croc!!