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  • Barangaroo Sunrise

    Sunrise shoots are something I’ve rarely done over the past 7 years. 3 times I had made the effort to wake up early and head out to capture the different light. This past weekend was the fourth time and I have to say, it was really enjoyable. Being that I like many post photos online to social media sites, I have made many friends online over the years. One of…

  • Bridge

    These images were taken at Circular Quay last month. We went for a short walk and I took the Tamron 28-75¬†rather than take my 35mm. I have a trip next month to Hawaii and San Francisco and will only be taking the Tamron. The portrait above I took with the Tamron as well. I really like the way it renders images at 75mm. The more I use this lens the…

  • What Season Is It?

    The weather here in Sydney has been a bit crazy. Some people may even be asking, what season is it? This will be my second summer here in Sydney and I am loving this cold rainy weather. Back in Perth the summers were always dry and really hot. I find it funny that there seems to be more rain in summer here than there is in winter. This photo was…

  • Australian Hotel

    While walking home I took this shoot to see how much of the Central Park buildings I could fit in. As there was nothing exciting happening with the colors in the sky, I decided a black and white edit was appropriate.

  • 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!

  • 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.

  • Keep Walking

    This is a shot that I thought wouldn’t turn out too well but thankfully did. On this bridge, there was people walking past constantly and it was made of wood which means vibration would be an issue. I was very surprised that my new travel tripod managed 30 second exposures with no issues. If anyone is looking for a stable travel tripod, the Sirui T-025x is highly recommended.

  • Singapore

    It’s been a little over one week since I got back from Singapore now and I surprisingly miss it. This shot was taken on my first day there and it was when I met up with Joey of lastlights.net. I was trying to do some very long exposures and accidently underexposed this so it took quite a bit of work to get it to look how I wanted it to.

  • Merlion City

    Singapore is a location I’ve wanted to visit for many years now. Last week I was luckily enough to finally put that plan into fruition. I would say I really enjoyed my trip except for one aspect, the humidity. Although Sydney isn’t the coldest place in Australia, I do prefer my cold winter days over sunny warm weather. The rain also stopped me from being able to take as many…

  • Rookie Mistake

    The title for this post may seem a bit strange. Although once you read through what lead me to capturing this image then it will make perfect sense.