Articles Tagged 'New South Wales'

Away with David and Clare Oliver

Last weekend I ventured off to the Hunter Valley to attend a portrait and landscape workshop hosted by David Oliver, GM Photog., and his daughter Clare — the creative father-daughter team behind David Oliver Photography.  The two-day workshop consisted of two portraiture sessions using natural light, an afternoon landscape shoot, an early-morning aerial landscape shoot and [ continue reading ]

Highlights of Jenolan Caves

In May we headed to Jenolan Caves for a few days as a getaway.  That was almost two months ago, but time has sure flown since then.  We drove down to Jenolan on Thursday, and had two cave tours booked for the day.  After arriving mid-morning, we soon headed to our tour of the Lucas Cave [ continue reading ]

Blue Lagoon

Last weekend I decided to work on an image I shot years ago, but had never touched.  This older image was captured at Long Reef in 2010, on what turned out to be a spectacular morning which yielded pleasing images.  This particular location is on the outer part of the reef near the breaking waves [ continue reading ]

Time for a Sea Change?

It is no secret to those who know me well, in a photographic sense, that my motivation for photography in general, and seascapes in particular, has been distinctly lacking for the past year or so.  Additionally, time has been lacking for a few years, and my ability to get out regularly for a shoot, even [ continue reading ]

The Changing Face of Sydney

I captured this twilight view of Sydney on 18/12/2013, which was the first photography outing for me in over six months.  It has been an even longer time since I photographed the Sydney skyline, and the presence of a substantial number of cranes at Barangaroo, which is now a major development site, is testimony to [ continue reading ]