Having always had an appreciation for photography, visual and fine arts, I now find myself fortunate to be able to share my own vision on life through my passion – photography. I enjoy nature, wildlife, people and culture, in fact all things living, and adore my pets.
Thank you for viewing my work: I am still very much on the learning curve, and sometimes overwhelmed by how steep that curve is! All feedback and tips are welcome.

To travel hopefully is a better thing than to arrive, and the true success is to labour Robert Louis Stephenson.

Luck prefers the man whos searches for it Tony Vaccaro

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  • Joined: March 2009

Journal

Bubblers Zoo Trip

Shots from an enjoyable trip to Melbourne Zoo with fellow bubblers on13th June. A steep learning curve for me, and a lesson learned which won’t be forgotten – check your camera settings frequently, especially shutter speed! The overcast day produced quite low lighting, I had many abstract shots resulting from a slow shutter! These are what I salvaged. Most were taken around 1/50s handheld. / 1. 4…
Posted about 5 years – 12 comments

Lessons Learned

…..When shooting rainbows whilst standing on a picnic table, never forget where you are and keep walking. / …..When using wide angles at widest aperture, waves and cliff edges are a lot closer than you think. Oh, and so are trees. / …..When fighting with your tripod, do not hold the shutter release cable between your teeth, it doesn’t work in two pieces. / …..A remot…
Posted about 5 years – 15 comments

Bannockburn Festival

Well…here’s my first journal. / These shots were taken at the Battle of Bannockburn Festival 14th June. / This was my first experience taking candid shots with my Nikon D90. I used the 55-200mm kit lens, all manual. I found the ‘busy’ environment tricky, with aperture selection & DOF, and learned a lot! Thanks Lisa for help in creating Journal – another challen…
Posted about 5 years – 17 comments

When interest turns to addiction

You know photography has become an addiction when: / …You go out at 5pm to shop for dinner, and return 3 hours later, to make it worse you bought a roast or forgot to buy something at all. / ….When you are up to your knees fully clothed in water, and waves are crashing around you in the middle of winter. / ….When you remember to look around you and realise it’s dark and yo…
Posted over 5 years – 20 comments

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