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Tilt Shift – Its A Small World After All

Tilt-Shift photography or miniature faking is a creative technique whereby a photograph of a life-size location or object is manipulated to give an optical illusion of a photograph of a miniature scale model. source: www.tiltshiftphotography.net […]

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Waterfalls of Queensland

Waterfalls are one of my favourite subjects… as it gives me scope to practice one of my favourite techniques – Long Exposure with ND filters.  Part 1 is Waterfalls of Victoria Ellinjaa Falls Ellinjaa is […]

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Waterfalls of Victoria

Alongside the decaying abandoned locations my second, (equal) great photographic love is waterfalls.  I will drive miles to see one, and when going on a trip I research and hunt for any waterfalls along our […]

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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 The Outback – Day 4 – MUNGO!

Day four of our outback travels had arrived… For me… this was the highlight of the trip.. remote, isolated, heritage listed and with a landscape unlike anything I had seen before.  Mungo National Park.  Aboriginal […]

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Rambling Outback NSW – Day 3 – Silverton and DayDream Mine

Day 3 of our outback adventure –  our plans for today, were Silverton and the Daydream Mine.  Whilst I slept through the sunrise, some of the group went out hunting down a good sunrise spot […]

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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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Rambling Outback NSW – Day One – Melb to Mildura

Last week, a trip that was a year in the planning finally rolled around.  One week rambling around outback NSW, taking in Broken Hill, Silverton and Lake Mungo and all the little towns between. My […]

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Burlesque Pole Bunnies

A few weeks ago I was invited by a friend to join  her on a shoot.  The subject was Burlesque Pole Bunnies.  Mmmmmm, sounds different and interesting… I’m in! The date finally rolled around and […]

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Serendip Sanctuary

Serendip Sanctuary is open grasslands and wetlands just an hour out of Melbourne near Avalon Airport in Lara.    Some 150 species of birds visit and breed at the sanctuary, and with excellent bird hides your […]

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Princes Pier, Port Melbourne

Princes Pier in Port Melbourne is a heritage listed structure, adjacent to Station Pier.  It was originally named New Railway Pier, due to the railway lines down the centre, connecting it to the Port Melbourne […]

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Following The Silo Art Trail

The Silo Art Trail is planned to be 200km long and lies within the Wimmera Mallee Region.  A large, flat region in the North West of Victoria, that is regarded as the agricultural heart of […]

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