Articles Tagged 'Australia'
The view of Sydney's skyline from the western side of Darling Harbour is always a beautiful spectacle as the evening twilight descends. I have photographed it before, and I will photograph it again. This time, I captured a view of that same skyline from the south-western corner of Cockle Bay, right outside the new International [ read more ]
Early this year, we took a trip to Featherdale Wildlife Park for the first time, and photographed a number of animals and birds. Having recently bought a new Canon EOS 5D Mark IV and a new Canon EF 200mm f/2L IS USM, I was keen to head back to Featherdale Wildlife Park to shoot with my [ read more ]
I rarely capture photographs of the gear I use to capture photographs, but this year has seen some changes to my camera and lens rig. These are two of my latest 'lovelies': a Canon EF 14mm f/2.8L II USM, which I purchased on 12/01/2017 to replace my long-serving Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM; and [ read more ]
On the day I bought my new Canon EF 14mm f/2.8L II lens, I had planned a shoot for that evening. Just before Christmas, we were around the King Street and Barangaroo area, and it was the first time I had seen the new skyscrapers since development concluded. Looking up, I spotted some interestiong compositions [ read more ]
A view of the Sydney Harbour Bridge from Milson's Point at twilight. This year I have decided to make more of an effort to get out and shoot regularly. For this most recent weeknight shoot (my third of 2017), I decided to re-visit the Sydney Harbour Bridge, which I rarely photograph any more. The last [ read more ]
For the Australia Day weekend, we decided to take a trip to Mudgee for a few days. Mudgee is a large regional town in the central west of New South Wales, and it is a three-to-four-hour drive from Sydney. The main purpose of the trip, other than getting away for a few days, was wine [ read more ]