Focus on the Fagus 2017

April 29, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Fagus leaves: Minimalistic: Double Exposure taken on the D750 Focus on the Fagus was back on again this year, and after three years since I had been to the event at Cradle Mountain, I just had to go back. I took my mum with me this time, as she had never been to Cradle Mountain before. I knew that she would be welcomed into the group as a non-seri...
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BENQ SW2700PT Colour Management Monitor

December 26, 2016  •  1 Comment
Over the last few weeks I've been busy making a number of changes to my website, as I felt they were long overdue. One of those major changes were the readability of this blog, and after much feedback, I decided to take it back to white background and black text, it needs to be easy on the eyes so the content can be enjoyed. I hope you like the new...
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On Writing.

December 03, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
I have never really considered myself a professional writer. I am a dabbler, a hobbyist. I have an interest in describing factual events, in unorthodox and fruity ways. Much like how my photography started, it was an experiment, another outlet in which to create in. It was somewhat accidental. I have forever been a grammar nazi, one of you who fe...
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Saved my Bacon! Some useful tools for Photographers with PCs

October 05, 2016  •  2 Comments
I've been thinking about writing some more useful blogs in the coming months, mostly centered around some of the things that I've come across that are worthy of a mention, a review or a closer look at. I'd like to start this trend by posting about some of the programs that have saved me from certain failure, really cool tools that everyone should...
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Why are we still asking: “What settings should I use?”

September 21, 2016  •  1 Comment
This question has been grinding on me for some time now, and it is predominantly one that I come across in camera clubs and casual meetup groups. For clarification, I’m not attempting to lessen the experience of photography for anyone, merely putting the idea out there that answering this question is potentially misleading for the person asking it,...
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