Colour or B&W is the question ? The answers is subject to personal opinion . There is no wright or wrong , however you don’t want to make the wrong choice before purchasing a piece of art . The digital age is perfect for superimposing photos on walls to get a perfect perception of how […]
The rule of thirds may help you try to balance your pictures. Placing objects on the intersection of imaginary lines that cut the frame into thirds is a good way to start when trying to balance composition in a shot. Remember rules are not always meant to be followed!
Shooting a mud crab for a restaurant last week, It looked so interesting i thought i might take a shot for the Gallery Shot in natural soft light . I had the light coming in from the side very low to produce the highlight on the claw. I bounced some light back in from the […]
This is another pic taken at Terrigal in two parts One exposed for the rocks f4.5 @.30 sec The other for the sky f4.5 @1/10 sec Taken on the 25 /2/11 parts of the horizon were thick with cloud … I was lucky to go to the scallion to pick the sun breaking through this […]
Terrigal An amazing part of the NSW Central coast Lens 16-32 f2.8 shot a @ 16mm This shot was taken in two parts , one for the water which was with a slower shutter .8 of a second f16 the second shot for the sky was @ 1/10th ofa sec. at f 16
27-2-2011 my birthday morning and i am not sure how my sensor got this filthy ! I really like this image and it took me just under an hour to remove all the dust marks !! Or five minutes cleaning the sensor ……… Damn !! Before After
As a photographer in the digital age, i have notice how many people have a digital camera. The costs of film are no longer an issue and people can snap away to their heart’s content. Many people now have their computers packed with digital images and unfortunately, don’t utilise them.Printing your images seem like a it […]