Introduction I apologise to my non-Australian or non-Melbournian followers, but this article is dedicated solely to Melbourne, my hometown location as I focus on some of my favourite Melbourne photography locations for shooting. Most of these are portrait locations as I can’t cover any of the sports stuff. These locations
Over the past month you may notice some changes to the page. I’ve been experimenting with various themes and unfortunately some of them haven’t really made the grade so I have had to turf them. I apologise to anyone who is getting frustrated by this.
There have been a floury of Sony apologist rushing to defend Sony with the disappointed fan base and the A9ii release. The excuses provided have been along the lines of: Sony needed a better backend workflow for professional users The A9 was good enough that not much was required This
Introduction I’m often asked how I get my gear photos. People like showing off their gear and as a result, camera photos have become more popular. There is obviously a lot of work (and gear) that goes into good stock camera photos, but are also ways to produce good photos
The A9ii announcement has come and gone. There has been a floury of people saying Sony under-delivered and a number defending Sony and saying the user expectations were too high. So who is right? At the risk of opening myself up to criticism, when you have to ask the question
I can’t count the number of times I’ve heard the phrase “I only shoot natural light”. In photography circles its normally use for one two reasons: The photographer in question knows how to use off camera flash but prefers natural light because it works better for the way they take
As mentioned, I’m doing some writing for Shotkit so this is the first article I’ve put out. There should be some more articles coming soon What is ISO? (via Shotkit.com) The shift from automatic to manual can be pretty daunting for many new photographers. As you start to get your