Category Archive: Photography tips

Mar 25 2014

Raindrops on roses, and fuschias and frangipani

Contrary to forecasts the rain has stopped. The sun is shining and the garden is awash. There’s only one thing to do – get out the micro lens. Stupidly, even though I was taking photos in my own garden – or perhaps because I was taking photos in my own garden – I didn’t cover …

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Aug 01 2013

Wedding photography

My life isn’t all fun and games just travelling and taking photos. Sometimes it’s also fun and games taking photos of people’s weddings. With a boutique photographic studio I can design your wedding photography to suit your individual style. See “Weddings” under “Photography” on the top toolbar or more information and sample photos, or just …

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Jul 07 2013

Oops – always double check your camera settings!

There’s always one day when you leave your camera on the wrong setting, and today was that day. We were travelling along the back road from Winton to Jundah. Doc and I came this way on our trip to the Cape and we loved it, so it was a bit of a trip down memory …

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Mar 11 2013

How to take good photos in outback Australia

i love taking photos in outback Australia, but it can be tricky. While I think the bright sunlight shows Australian landscapes at thehir best, if you’re not careful it can wash out too much colour, making your landscapes appear faded and dull. Or you can end up with lens flare where it’s not wanted, or …

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