Monday, May 9, 2011

3 Tips…

1. Always take your camera

2. Trust your eye

3. Know your camera

If you do not take your camera with you where ever you go, you will always miss the perfect picture. Trust your eye and take the photo when it feels right to you. Get to know your camera so it becomes second nature to you.


 Aug 2010 005[2]

Monday, May 2, 2011

This was taken Australia Day 2010 from the top of Mount Warning
Tweed Coast Hinterland NSW, Australia

Bluedog Photography Course

I was lucky enough to receive a Bluedog photography course gift voucher yesterday, had a look on their site and now the hard decision is what kind of course I want to pick, so far I am tossing up between the

Early Morning Light @ Springbrook or Wellington Point

Brisbane & Gold Coast @ Dusk

Landscape Photography - Morning Light @ Springbrook or Wellington Point

All the courses look like a lot of fun but one I would love to do eventually is the Story Bridge Adventure Climb, where you join a Bluedog tutor to climb the bridge. Its a 4 hour climb that allows you to have extended periods along the climb to take photographs.

Saturday, April 30, 2011

What I use..

I am a cannon girl through and through

Canon EOS 500 (100mm macro lens) by Mountain/\Ash

I have only ever owned Cannon EOS cameras, my first was a EOS 500, you know the kind you actually had to put film into. I loved using the dark room and watching the pictures appear on the white page, the smell of the chemicals and the silence. 

350D by Sami Taipale
350D, a photo by Sami Taipale on Flickr.

I have had my Cannon EOS 350D for about 6 years now, and unfortuntly lately it has not had much use. Well not as much as I would like.
I have never been very good with the manual side of the camera however I do try and play with the settings as much as possible.

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

A day at the beach

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