Mrs Macquaries Chair PhotoWALK

Another Success with The PhotoWALK Guys Saturday afternoon myself and Rob Potter hosted another photo walk, this time it was back in Sydney at Mrs Macquarie’s Chair. One of THE best locations for shooting the city skyline. We had a good size turnout plus Rob Potter and Rob Lam kicked off the post walk entertainment […]

A Night at the Shangri La

Dreaming of a higher floor I spent the weekend in the city, and decided to stay overnight at the Shangri La, I had seen so many great photo’s form there that I decided I wanted to try and get my own ‘Shangri La’ shots… I had been looking forward to it with excitement, I even […]

VIVID Sydney 2014

Into the VIVID Spirit… It seems every year this guy finds himself a nice comfy spot and busks during Vivid Sydney. This year though, was the first time I had seen him pimp up his flute! He was happy for me to take a photo after I had dropped a gold coin into his hat… […]

an email from Dave

Vivid Sydney PhotoWORKSHOP G’day peeps, Ben here… I have had a lot of requests to run another workshop at VIVID in Sydney, last wednesday I had 6 participants and they had a great time and took some great shots! Rather than me tell you how good I thought it was I have copy and pasted […]

Two Black Swans

A misty morning on Lake Burley Griffin I am going to start by giving you a ‘Heads Up’… You’re going to see a lot of VIVID Sydney Pics on my blog and social media pages over the next 2 weeks. I really enjoy shooting VIVID and will spend a fair bit of my time in […]

Vivid Sydney 2014

My first Vivid Visit for 2014 I arrived home from Canberra around 3pm yesterday, and at 4pm jumped in the car and headed to Lavender Bay to have a look at Vivid. I will go into Sydney several times over the coming 2 weeks, I really like Vivid, it gives me a different perspective to […]

The Ordinary becomes Extraordinary

Natures Curve Ball I love the unpredictability of Nature, even though it can be wild, dangerous and damaging, the weather can surprise us with something we did not expect. On this day, It was grey and the cloud cover was thick on the horizon, and normally, this would mean that the sunset would be a […]

Photography Tip 7 of 10

Tip #7: Learn from your mistakes I know it can be frustrating when you take a photo, and its blurry or over exposed, maybe something else ruined it for you…  so you delete it. If you’re keen on improving your photography skills I think you should look at your bad photos and study them. Try […]

Photography Tip 6 of 10

Tip #6: Use Aperture to your advantage This photography tip is sort of related to tip number one, understanding exposure, but I’m going to give you a couple tips about understanding aperture. Aperture is a fantastic tool for creativity. I shoot a lot of my images in Aperture Priority, in fact 90% of the time […]