I’m not much good at these sorts of things, so I asked a few friends of mine to write a bio for me:
David was born to 2 parents long before he can remember and blah blah boring bits ….
In a freak accident, involving a cathode ray tube, he discovered an uncanny ability to freeze time by concentrating really hard on pressing the shutter button on his camera.
Since that day, he has become known at parties as “that guy, you know, the one who always lugs a tonne of gear around”. Never one to shy away from a long exposure, even in winter, David brings a unique interpretation to urban and landscape photography.
You can also find me on Flickr and my personal site is linked below:
I’m not sure if anyone would have noticed my lack of recent updates, but I’ve been travelling (and away from the computer) Since late November. / Fortunately I should have a heap of new stuff once I get back in a few weeks.
I’m looking in to online / remote back up for my photos … so far of the ones I’ve looked at Acronis and Carbonite look decent. / Does, any one have any alternate recommendations? / PS. I’d prefer that the company charges Australian dollars if possible.
Or more specifically, one of my shots of Captain Ratz is in the paper. / The shot is question is from the first roller derby bout held at the Hordan Pavilion a few months ago. It was used to promote the roller derby horror show in the Metro section of the SMH (Sydney Morning Herald). Unfortunately I didn’t find out about this until afterwards,but luckily for me Angie Schiavone managed to organise…
I was lucky enough to get a media pass to the first Roller Derby bout for the year. / The bout itself was held at Syndey Boys High between last years winners The D’VIANTS and the runners up S.A.S (Screamin’ Assault Sirens). / The conditions really pushed the limits of my gear, particularly the low fluorescent lighting of the gym. As a result most of my shots were at ISO 6400 using my 70 – 300 VR …