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  • How My Cityscapes Have Changed

    Last weekend I went out to shoot Cityscapes for the first time since daylight savings ended. I decided to use the Canon RF 16mm f/2.8 for the image above and I realized something interesting, I actually prefer telephotos for Cityscapes now. Just to see if this was true I thought I’d also go out with the Canon RF 100-400mm F5.6-8 IS USM which is another lens I own but haven’t…

  • The Goods Have Arrived

    It’s been an exciting few weeks for me with saying goodbye to a lens, getting some new gear and learning an interesting new technique. To start off, the featured image at the top of the page was taken a few weeks ago at a place called Mann Point which has been on my list of places to visit all year. I originally wanted to shoot here with my 100-400mm but…

  • Let’s Call It a Day

    Welcome to my first post for November 2021! The year is almost up which means it’s time to really get out there and try get some more images for my top 5 of 2021. There’s a few images I wanted to take the past few days but either didn’t have the time or the weather didn’t permit. Here are my images from the past fortnight. Different Views Below is a…

  • Seeing the World at 50mm

    Welcome to my second post for the month of May. It’s been a busy few weeks and I’ve got quite a few more images to share. I’ve been trying to focus on using particular gear so I can write more reviews so I’m sad to say some lenses aren’t getting as much attention as they should. Growing on Me Like many when I first started photography my first lens was…

  • The Rain Continues

    As the title suggests, we’ve had a lot of rain recently. In fact we had so much rain and flooding last weekend that the NSW government declared it as CAT212. Because of this, I didn’t get to shoot much aside from two days. Here are the images from those two photo outings. First up is a quick food photo from a cafe called Two Sis & Co. This is fairly…

  • Sydney Light Trails

    The above image was a photo I made for a tutorial over at The Photography Enthusiast. It is made of 7 individual photos merged using the lighten blend mode in Photoshop. If you want more insight into how I made the image, you can watch my video above.

  • Mrs Macquaries Point

    Have you ever been to a location to try something new, then leave feeling like the shots didn’t work out? That’s how I felt after taking the above image. I wanted to try a HDR panorama in Lightroom which is a feature I’ve never tried. Above you’ll see the original merged image before cropping. It is comprised of 18 images, 3 exposures each frame. Due to the nature of a…

  • Vivid 2018

    I am happy to say I finished my exams today and can finally get back to uploading. I will make sure to have my Sony A7III impressions out in the next week. In the mean time, here’s a few shots from Vivid Sydney!

  • Darling Sunset

    Here is another sunset long exposure from Darling Harbour. While down there, I tried using S&Q mode on my A7III to do a timelapse of sorts. I used the 1fps video mode to create this short video below. It turned out okay but the quality would be much better shooting the timelapse a more traditional way.

  • Barangaroo

    Here is my very first long exposure with the Sony A7III. I had wanted to shoot from this viewpoint for several weeks now and I’m glad I did as it gave me the opportunity to test out what the A7III can do.