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  • VERNACULAR ARCHITECTURE
    on Sep 3, 2011
    A group of derelict farm building in rural South Australia. It was an overcast day but I wanted to shoot them from different angles, including the interiors. They were all vacant except for a community of pigeons that had taken over - they scattered,...
  • VERNACULAR ARCHITECTURE & THE LUMINOUS LANDSCAPE
    on Sep 3, 2011
    A group of derelict farm building in rural South Australia. It was an overcast day but I wanted to shoot them from different angles, including the interiors. They were all vacant except for a community of pigeons that had taken over - they scattered,...
  • DINOSAUR VALLEY
    on Aug 7, 2011
    Dinosaur Provincial Park in Alberta, Canada. The park is well known for being one of the greatest dinosaur fossil beds in the world. Thirty-nine dinosaur species have been discovered at the park and more than 500 specimens have been removed and ex...
  • FARMER'S MARKET
    on May 19, 2011
    Rain didn't keep away the stallholders selling their fresh rural produce, nor the enthusiastic buyers at this country market - caught between showers. I've realised that the low level and eveness of light available on overcast days can be a bonus for...
  • A BYGONE ERA
    on Mar 25, 2011
    In 1850, Queenscliff on the coast of Port Phillip Bay in Victoria, Australia, was a pastoral run. It became a shipping port by 1860, fishermen moved in and the goldrush brought an influx of migrants seeking their fortune. Later the railway acceler...
  • PALM HOUSE
    on Dec 11, 2010
    The Palm House in Adelaide Botanic Gardens – South Australia. An exquisite restored Victorian glasshouse imported from Bremen in Germany in 1875 and thought to be the only one of its kind in the world. It was opened in 1877 and has been a focus...
  • FAIRGROUND SERIES
    on Jun 20, 2010
    I've been working on a group of images intermittently for a few weeks, not realising that they would form the basis for a series. Most of the subjects were brightly coloured as is usually the case in fairgrounds and amusement parks - obviously to fir...
  • IMAGE MANIPULATION - Pt 3
    on May 30, 2010
    For me, photography is all about creativity. How I get to what I'm after each time is irrelevant, just the same as it was when I had darkrooms and processed film images. Access to digital cameras and software has made output easier and cleaner, but a...
  • RAW and HDR
    on May 26, 2010
    High in the Canadian Rockies, taken looking into the sun without a filter - not a good practice. As a consequence the sky was white and the whole scene was washed out. To resurrect the shot, I took three exposures (16 bit tiffs) from the raw data...
  • A CLOUDED ISSUE
    on Apr 15, 2010
    Well I'm back shooting again after about five months break. One thing I have gleaned from editing using tritone images is that clouds can be accentuated and expressed in a very dramatic manner, becoming an important element rather than a mere bac...
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