G’day All, The Greschls came into the FFX Studio for a fun shooting session. There are always good shots to sort out when you’re just mucking around and having a little play in the studio. Some get serious, some get goofy, and some get niiiiice! I also want to show off my hand-painted backdrop off […]
G’day all, I went and threw the cash at a Sigma Art lens finally. I have been talking about it for months, when trying to decide on which I should get! What a rough couple of months, I tell you. I use the Canon C100 and I wanted some flexibility from wide to standard portrait […]
G’day Ghosties, I will attach some Drum’n’Bass lyrics to this Ghost Series numbah 95! I am almost to the Century! I cannot believe that it is officially to that number already! However, I have 100’s of photos backed up, but without stories to connect. As we all know the creative process is sometimes difficult to […]
Mini-Portrait series. “Let your heart pour out and feel what is truly inside. Step into the water and walk up to your knees. Feel that pull, pulling you deep within. Know, no, trust that you will be fine, no matter which way you decide to go.” Lore Danger, Am See.
G’day all! Annika is currently looking out over the sunrise, but still having the comforts of bed with her – Great! It was so worth rolling off the drivers seat slumber! Whipping out the camera, I set the bugger up and took in some of natures finest! The light changed very quickly! When the blue […]
G’day peeps! So, this little drop is about using flash on location (a very cool location) with a subject and a vista for your background. Adding drama to your photos can be very difficult sometimes, especially when you have a mixture of light and shadows and weather. With a few little extra items in your […]
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G’day all, this picture was photographed in Austria, on the way to a glacier with a Canon 5D mark II, 35mm Lens, and a variable-ND filter. So, I have a little advice when photographing in the daylight hours with long exposure, as it can create beautiful and unique images that can really only be taken […]
Wandering the lovely nature sites that Germany has to offer makes me say differently to that old opinion: “Cold, rainy place.” to “A beauty that isn’t that much of a secret, but often overlooked.” There are some amazing places to see here in this plump, green land called Deutschland.