My brother David passed away on 20/09/2011 after a short battle with pancreatic cancer. David will be sadly missed, but always remembered in our hearts, and he will live on through our memories and his photography. All future sales of David’s and my work will be donated to Pancreatic Cancer research. I will continue to administer his account. May David Rest in Peace………………………………….
I am a self-taught photographer. I originally concentrated on motor sport photography, but in recent years have concentrated on panoramic and night photography. I do however photograph sports, and other subjects that catch my eye. I try to combine my love of travelling with photography.
I feel very fortunate to live in such a beautiful city & country – and only hope that my work does it, and the other places I visit justice. My personal challenge (like those of many other photographers), is to take photos of iconic places new way. I think that it is possible, to take a unique photographs that people admire and recognise.
I would appreciate any constructive criticism on my work.
I think the main thing is to have fun, enjoy photography & not to take it too seriously !
I will upload larger file sizes for poster prints upon request
Please view large photos of PANORAMAS to appreciate them fully
If you wish to contact me, please leave your details on my contact form link below:
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- Luna Series
- “Showtime FMX Yamaha Team ":http://www.redbubble.com/people/ginoiori/art/ev...
- Sydney Australia
- Sydney New Year’s Eve Fireworks
- Far North Queensland Australia
- Black & White
- Sepia Tone
- Motorsport & Ferrari
- Boats, Sailing & Fishing
I would like to thank Redbubble for featuring my photograph ‘In Transit’ on their homepage today. / . / . / I would also like to thank everyone whom commented, favoured or viewed the work. / . / Ciao Gino
Today marks the 40th Anniversy of the Apollo 11 moon landing. / It’s hard tio believe that when John Glenn became the first American in orbit, bringing a camera into space was an afterthought. The article at site below discusses photography prior to and during Apollo missions. / http://history.nasa.gov/apollo_photo.html
A British TV show has done a comparison of a Nikon F5 and a Nkon D700. / For a look at the comparison go to the following site : / http://fwd.five.tv/videos/challenge-blow-up-part-3 / You may not agree with the way the test was performed, or of the outcome, but the results are interesting.
This week I had my first ever photographic sale. I would like to thank the person whom bought a card of ‘Flash Photography’. / A big thanks to anyone whom has looked, commented, or favored work. I really appreciate your feedback and support. / I would also like to thank Redbubble, my Groups & Group Moderators for giving me the opportunity to display and share my work with others, and allow …