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Showing motion in your photos

Posted by on Jun 1, 2016 in Techniques, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Showing motion in your photos

The ability to catch and portray movement in a photo is a critical skill to learn, it can help elevate your photography and provide an engaging focal point for the viewer. The skill when learnt can be easily applied to a wide range of photography but becomes an essential component of sports or action type photos. Ranging from kids playing in the backyard through to pro-surfers or motor racing, exciting and engaging photos can be crafted by controlling the way motion is shown. As a photographer you have a number of options open to you when it comes to showing how things are moving within your photo’s frame and your camera settings become critical to achieving the desired...

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Capturing History in Tasmania

Posted by on Jun 24, 2013 in Uncategorized | 1 comment

Capturing History in Tasmania

Looking into our history books can make for an interesting holiday.  If you look beyond surface you will find all sorts of photo opportunities…. Staying at Koonya near Port Arthur, we started our history lessons in our accommodation house.  This house was built in 1850 as the married officers quarters for the officers who were in charge of the prisons at Cascade Probation Station.  The original building consisted of 3 buildings of which only the middle section remains and this was restored suitable for accommodation in 2004. The two end chimneys are all that remains of the end structures of the original building. Inside the house the boys were able to see first...

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