Tag Archives: light painting


Light Painting with Urban Explorers

Just after christmas I admired a location shared on a FB page and asked privately where it was as I thought it would be a great lightpainting location….. the reply, while polite was a firm […]

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Rambling The Outback – Day 5 Mungo to Swan Hill

After a very comfortable nights sleep in the big king sized beds at Mungo Lodge I was up around 5.30 and out the door just after six… along with Lisa and Amy we jumped in […]

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Rambling Outback NSW – Day 2, Mildura to Broken Hill

Mildura Tuesday morning, as pre-arranged the night before, everyone was up in the dark, out the door by 6am and heading down to the Mildura Wharf for sunrise.  The river was still and quiet, save […]

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Warburton Jam

Being a card-carrying introvert (not same as shy or reclusive)  I do not make friends quickly or easily, and need my space and quiet times.  I have often joked you could hold my wake in […]

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Long Exposure Photography

Long Exposure Photography or slow shutter photography is using long shutter speeds to capture stationary, static objects while blurring out the moving elements. Most commonly used for night photography, stars and moving water, it is […]

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Apollo Bay & Otway Ranges

Midway along the Great Ocean Road is the seaside town of Apollo Bay. With the lush green slopes of the Otway Ranges at her back, and the blue seas of Cape Otway at her feet, […]

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Bradmill Factory and Lightpainting

After the first highly successful, and totally fun light painting evening in August another one was scheduled for October. The old Bradmill Factory in Yarraville, has been sold to a chinese developer for $160m.  Its […]

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