Clean Your Windscreen ?(Monochrome) - Yackandandah, Victoria - The HDR Experience by Philip Johnson
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Some of us remember driveway service , when you got SERVICE at service stations

Today, the township of Yackandandah stands as testimony to those early gold mining days. Our story however, begins long before the discovery of gold in April 1852, and the ensuing gold fever that followed. It is thought that this valley was used seasonally by Aboriginal tribes in the area for food and hunting needs.

There are thirty seven National Trust buildings for you to explore in our High Street. Ten of which are listed on the National Estate Register; Athenaeum, Courthouse, ANZ Bank, Bank of Australia, Uniting Church, Holy Trinity Church, Bank/Saddlery, Dean’s Grocery Store and the Stone Bridge.

Yackandandah Website:

Support the towns effected by the Black Saturday Victorian bushfire , Yack and other town such as Beechworth need tourists. Once threatened by the fires but thankfully saved these towns rely on tourist trade , so get out and support these towns and surrounds by visiting,staying enjoying.

Equipment: Nikon D300, Sigma 10-20mm lens, tripod
Technique: HDR, 5 bracketted images, Photomatix, Nikon Capture NX

Philip Johnson is a Photographer located on the Northern Beaches of Sydney. Specialising in HDR photography his works have been shown in galleries,published in Tourism campaigns. His work will also be available as Jig Saws through Crown & Andrews

Winner of the Art Unlimited Photography prize 2011

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  • Christine  Wilson Photography
    Christine Wil...over 5 years ago

    nice been there many times

  • Rosalie Dale
    Rosalie Daleover 5 years ago

    Works well in mono also …

  • ozzzywoman
    ozzzywomanover 5 years ago

    b&w works really well here.

  • thanks Mandy one of the nikon photographers at PMA has inspired me to do more B&W

    – Philip Johnson

  • ozzzywoman
    ozzzywomanover 5 years ago

    Personally I think HDR really comes into it’s own in mono, I look forward to seeing more of your b&w.

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