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Murramarang coastline

19th March 2016 | Digital, Images
Murramarang coastline

Murramarang coastline

Not the most exciting image but I spent a fair bit of time getting the tonal and colour rendition on this how I wanted it. Taken last winter on a very pleasant walk from Pretty Beach to Pebbly Beach in Murramarang National Park. Fujifilm X100S, Merge HDR in Lightroom 6.

Silverton

6th September 2014 | Digital, Images
Silverton

Silverton

Silverton is an old mining town on the outskirts of Broken Hill with some fine, well-preserved buildings. In case it’s not obvious, this a reflection from across the street.

Dunes near Vigars Well, Mungo

6th September 2014 | Digital, Images
Dunes near Vigars Well, Mungo

Dunes near Vigars Well, Mungo

A semi-abstract from the dunes above Vigars Well in Mungo NP. Late afternoon.

Mungo Woolshed (detail)

2nd September 2014 | Digital, Images
Mungo Woolshed (detail)

Mungo Woolshed (detail)

OK, so it’s clich├ęd subject matter but even Ansel Adams was known to take a few of these in his off-days. A useful reminder that sharpness is more about light than anything else.

Untitled (near Wentworth)

2nd September 2014 | Digital, Images
Untitled (near Wentworth)

Untitled (near Wentworth)

I saw this dilapidated building (and the tree with shadow) as I was driving on a back road near Wentworth NSW and had to go back and take a photograph.

Men

8th November 2013 | Digital, Images
Men

Men

I had occasion to use this public convenience in Weston Park in Canberra yesterday. You’re never sure what (or who) to expect on entering. I must admit to finding some utilitarian charm in these older buildings. Note the smart double cantilevered roof. Maybe there’s a project here! The lighting was pretty difficult.

Untitled (Gillamatong Lane)

29th October 2013 | Digital, Images
Untitled

Untitled

This is the first of hopefully an ongoing set of random casual images posted purely because they took my fancy for some reason. Not belonging to a body of work they may never be printed or otherwise shown. The aim of the exercise is keeping my hand in, working on my eye and technical (camera, post processing) skills.

This was taken on a very late afternoon walk up Gillamatong Lane. What caught my eye here is pretty obvious. Snapped with a Fujifilm X100S.