Well what a year it’s been! Raging bushfires along the east coast of Australia during December and January; those harrowing videos of the outbreak of COVID in China in February; the global spread of the disease to Spain and Italy during March and its escalation into a global pandemic; the curtailing of international travel and … More 2020 – A Photo Retrospective
For some time now I’ve been irked by the way my images appear on Instagram after I upload them from my computer. On first glance they look fine on the small iPhone screen, but when I zoom in I noticed the resolution is poor and the image lacks much of the fine detail I see … More Uploading a Quality Image to Instagram
A couple of years ago I started a new photographic project drawing on my academic writing on climate change. While this issue has become my main research focus, I’ve also been thinking about how I could also bring my interest in photography into this research. There are of course lots of amazing photographers who have … More Photographing climate change?
A few weeks ago, I had the chance to visit the famous Warrumbungle National Park for two days of landscape photography. Prior to this trip I knew very little about the area nor its famous bush walks and volcanic peaks. However, once the chance to visit firmed up, I immersed myself in blogs and websites … More Photographing the Warrumbungles
Over the last few months I’ve been exploring new landscape photography options. Much of this has been driven by my growing appreciation of the Olympus M.Zuiko 7-14PRO lens which has really opened my eyes to the advantages of an ultra-wide angle lenses for landscape compositions. I’d been holding off on purchasing the 7-14PRO lens for several years. However, … More Landscape Photography Kit