12 Apr 2012 at 1:07pm
Today we went to look at the Bradshaw rock art in Swift Bay. Behind it was a fantastic cave. This is an abstract I shot. I wanted to do something different as a cave isn’t all that interesting. This looks like an Egyptian sculpture. I darkened the rocks to create a graphic design. The gold of the rocks adds to the look.
After we shot this we jumped back in the tender boats and came across a great little croc. It was very friendly and came up to the boat for a look. They are magic creatures.
25 Sep 2010 at 8:45pm
I just got back last night at Midnight from an awesome trip to Karratha shooting Altered Landscapes with some of the best Art Photographers in Australia.
Karratha is the place to go if you want to do this style of photography. I can’t show you the best stuff as it is been kept aside for an exhibition in February. This is an aerial shot from a Cessna we hired for a couple of hours. I love the simplicity of this image.
I am now repacking my bags and head off tomorrow for a couple of weeks up in the Kimbereley including a stay at James Price Point to see what it is all about. If you are meeting up with us or are wanting to, we are meeting at JPP at around lunchtime on the 1st of October. We will be camping out there for a few days at least. Come along if you can make it. Should be great fun and a good opportunity to shoot together.
I have just announced a second Bunker Bay workshop on the 15th and 16th of January 2011 with Nick Rains. The first workshop filled in 4 hours and this one is already half full. If you want to book it go to Nicks Website and register.
Lastly my email account has maxed out at over 350 when I got back last night from Karratha. It is going to be impossible to reply to everyone so if I miss you out please resend your inquiry in a couple of weeks time when I will be home. Sorry for those that have been waiting for a reply. It is just out of control at the moment.