I started my photographic journey when I was 12 with an Agfamatic and in complete ignorance of the instruction book. I took it to the school and took lots of pictures of my friends. I was very pleased with myself until the slides arrived in the post some time later and most of my friends had their heads missing. Since then I have progressed through a number of SLR cameras and into digital. Along the way I’ve shot many, many images and I’m glad to say that these days my friends keep their heads.

My camera kit includes a Nikon D800, D300, my old Nikon D70s, Sigma 50mm macro, Tamron 11-18mm (DX), Tamron 18-200mm (DX), Tamron 200-500mm and Nikkor 70-200mm 2.8 lenses (I dream of adding to this), SB-600 flash, tripod and assorted ND, variable density, CPL and UV filters.

I love bright colours and you will see that in many of my images. This love of colour has now led me down the path of adding digital art to my repertoire. If I could draw or paint I would but alas I can’t. To overcome this lack of talent I have chosen to dabble in the world of fractals with the help of Ultra Fractal 5. I’m only at the start of this journey and from viewing the works of others I can see there is much to learn. The results of this new journey can be found in my iPhone Covers collection. Other products (eg iPad cases) can be viewed in my other online store

© Susan Adey. All rights reserved
All photographs and digital art are the exclusive property of Susan Adey and are protected under Australian and international copyright laws.

The images may NOT be reproduced, saved, pinned, shared, stored, printed, manipulated in any way, or used as the basis for another photographic concept or illustration without prior written permission.
Most Memorable Moments

My most popular image Grevillea won a Certificate of Merit in the inaugural 2010 Millicent Rotary Photographic Art Exhibition.

Another popular image Cactus won First Prize in the 2013 Blackwood Rotary Art & Photography Exhibition.

Another of my images, River Torrens Precinct, Adelaide, South Australia was selected for inclusion in the 2011 edition of Footprints SA Off the beaten track. The book is available from Dymocks for 34.95AUD and showcases South Australia through the eyes of the locals. More details can be found at www.footprint-sa.com.

  • Joined: May 2009


Woohoo! I made a sale

It’s a wonderful feeling to wake up in the morning, start up the computer and be greeted by an email from RB titled “You’ve made a sale”. So to the anonymous buyer in the UK who bought 3 copies of my Leen Van Der Mark Tulip poster I say THANK YOU, You’ve made my day. I hope you enjoy them. / I also thank those who ordered my calendars and a tote bag;
Posted over 2 years – 8 comments

Stolen Work

We’ve all heard about it and many of us have experienced it first hand like I have. Pinterest is an annoying bug bear but so far they removed everything of mine that I’ve asked them to. I’ve placed a copyright notice on my RB profile and in the short bio which can be seen when the description option is chosen and I’ve updated this to specifically mention Pinterest but it d…
Posted about 4 years – 13 comments

A new personal best - 5 features within 24 hrs

Wow what a surprise to logon on and find that my fractal design work has achieved 5 features in one day. What is even more surprising is that I only got the software (Ultra Fractal) a week ago and before that had never attempted fractals before. So to get so many features so quickly was beyond my wildest dreams. There is some truly wonderful fractal art on RedBubble and I hope to learn some of th…
Posted over 4 years – 4 comments

Postcards from Home - March 2011 Challenge

The Challenge / We’ve all seen those cheap & tacky postcards & t-shirts aimed at the hapless tourist. They all look the same no matter where you are and none of them do the location justice. And even all that information from the tourist information seems to sound the same after a while. Well here’s your chance to fix that. / Design your own postcard. It can be a photograph, a t-shirt, or…
Posted about 6 years – Leave a comment
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