I took Ruby for a walk at the Victoria Park race course site on Sunday. For those that don’t know, this was a horse racing track and is situated in our parkland green belt around the city of Adelaide. There is a fiercely protective parks lands group who ensure that there is no new permanent… Continue reading Wandering Victoria Park
Hipatamatic is a funky little retro app that provides square images with a neat border. The app opens as a camera – front (above) or back. One can purchase additional films/filters/effects There is an option to establish a Hipstaccount that lets you enter competitions, order prints and other ‘nifty things’ in the Hipsta online… Continue reading AppsApril#4 Hipstamatic
So today I thought I’d introduce 5 apps I have in my Photo Tools folder … (I am not sure if I have mentioned that I have 80+ apps to cover in 30 days, so some days there will be a bonus edition!) There are 2 light metres. The ‘Pocket Light Metre’ is in the… Continue reading AppsApril#2 Photography Tools
My last series called “Seeing” had a number of great images that highlighted something in the foreground of an image, rather than the background. My favourite from that series was the post at Ayres Rock (Uluru – in the set again). In this series I have extended that idea. I selected a number of Adelaide… Continue reading Aessessment time again!
People collect stamps, posters, cameras, jewelry, shoes, antiques … all sorts of things!! I have to admit to collecting a few cameras, but more importantly I collect photos of things … 10s, reflections, letterboxes … and ABANDONED LOUNGES!! Many friends have let me know where there is a curbside reject and I have lovingly captured the… Continue reading Abandoned Lounges in Adelaide
Lomography.com is encouraging lomographers to carry a camera each week and to post something for the 52 weeks of 2013 – from a range of different cameras. Thought I’d play – #project52, week one, here I am! These images were taken with my Holga 120N. I jerry rigged it to take 35mm black and white… Continue reading Week 1: #project52
Colebrook was a children’s home for Aboriginal children stolen from their parents under government policy. These beautiful memorials are to mark parents’ and children’s pain at these dreadful separations.
Had fun last night shooting a Hen’s Night for the gorgeous Amanda Gilligan. Wedding in 3 weeks! These girls know how to party, so might need a good chunk of that time to recover!!
A horrid wet day with heavy cloud, but fun with my camera all the same. Out amid the orchards, vines and apple boxes, some features of our Sunday drive through Basket Range to Lenswood.
I have been studying Photoshop at the Centre for Creative Photography this term. I have achieved much more than I’d have thought possible – just LOVE it – would like more time to ‘play’!!!!