Craig Goldsmith

Sydney, Australia

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Red Bubble Sydney Meet (Warning Ducks shot in the making of this Journal)

Well the turn out was a little disappointing but for the first Sydney meet but the trains, and that it was the first meet we still had a good showing and enjoyed a great day in the city with like minded folk. In attendance was Macro Britti, Bodymechanic, Miloman, Ozcloggie and the every charming MBartworks (that stands for MB Artworks, not Bartworks…incase like me you were confused). Well I decided for the first time to opperate the D200 in Black and White mode only (I shot RAW+Jpeg so I could always get at the colour if I wanted too). I really liked Hien’s photos of the melbourne meet, so decided to try my hand at Black and White, and mix up the ISO to introduce what I hoped was some complimentary noise. So here are my top 20 shots from the day, no PP except resizing for the web.

  1. The Rubber Duckie made famous by Ozcloggie (this duck seems to go everywhere.
  1. Macro Britti sitting on the Town Hall Steps
  1. Ozcloggie sizing up his Rubber Duckie on Town Hall Steps
  1. The Gang loose out on the streets (L-R, Marco, Miloman, MBartworks, Bodymechanic hiding behind MBartworks and finally Ozcloggie)
  1. Interesting sculpture
  1. The Park was a great place to relax
  1. This Varigated Plant was begging for it’s own photo.
  1. A Holy Fence
  1. The Walkers (L-R ,Bodymechanic, MBartworks, Marco)
  1. Tree Texture
  1. Ever happy to Model, Rubber Duckie poses for Ozcloggie
  1. Marco wishes he bought a sketch pad as the cameras come out over lunch.
  1. MBartworks and Marco review images on Marco’s phone
  1. Bodymechanic caught mid conversation with Miloman
  1. Miloman poses for the camera, hands on chins seemed a popular pose.
  1. Ozcloggie enjoying lunch and a social chat.
  1. Duckie again the centre of attention.
  1. Duckie being waited on
  1. The Duck is amused at it’s own reflection.
  1. The Gang walk off into the distance… figuratively

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