Soaked... Yep that's pretty much how i ended up after this wave crashed over the rocks.
Wet from the waste down with socks,shoes and jeans on it was cold enough to pack up and head home for a warm shower after that. :) Please take extreme caution when shooting close to the waves. Although some cameras are waterproof to some extent they don't like to get to wet, and the salt water is probably your cameras worst enemy. I got covered one morning and my camera got saturated, it
I love to shoot seascapes, even more so if the area has seaweed covered rocks. I have noticed on stormy overcast days with gaps in the clouds allowing minimal sunlight through that the greens, weather it be grass or trees and shrubs seem to glow, the green becomes very vibrant. On this morning the skies were relatively clear and when the sun rose beyond the horizon, the rays hit the seaweed covered rocks and they began to almost glow. Take plenty of caution though as i nearly
My exhibition featuring some of my local landscape images is up and going now at the North Shore Community Centre at the Sunshine Coast Airport traffic lights. Thirteen pieces including framed prints and stretched canvas's and of course all artworks are reproduced using the finest archival and museum grade materials. The exhibition will run from now until the end of August. Visit my facebook page to see some of the images on display. #BlackandWhitePhotography #longexposurepho
Photography has come a long way as technology evolves rapidly around us. There was no colour many years ago with the first cameras. Many additive colour screen products were available between the 1890's and the 1950's, but none, with the possible exception of Dufaycolor, introduced as film for still photography in 1935, The introduction of Digital technology changed almost everything in the photography world. The first digital camera was created in December 1975 by an enginee
Its inevitable, we cant help it at some point in our lives we have accidents some worse than others, its human nature, we aren't perfect. This was a 1.8m framed image of the Milky Way galactic core rising over Mudjimba Beach titled endless. It was purchased by the awesome owners of Forty Winks at Kawana. For such a large framed print i use a bracket technique to hang it. My bracket on the back of the frame and on the wall where in place. I climbed up the ladder and sat the la
This beautiful part of the Sunshine Coast is Cotton Tree in Maroochydore. Calm waters and a picture perfect stretch of sand makes this spot popular for families with children. The Boat Shed restaurant and take away is situated right along the riverbank. Its a perfect place for grabbing some fish and chips, a bottle of wine and sitting back taking in the gorgeous scenery. #SunshineCoast #Photography #Weather #Maroochydore #CottonTree #Palms #Boats #Kayak
Holidays can be both good and bad for photography, depending on your style. With all the holiday folk around it gets harder to capture clean minimalist of empty beaches, no matter what time of day there always seems to be someone around. On the other hand it can be a good time to get out with your camera, as people help to add subject matter and make an image more interesting it also can help an image tell a story. During holiday season I often head down to the ocean where th
Happy New Year to you all, I hope 2018 is a safe and prosperous new year for everyone. I have witnessed many beautiful sunrises and sunsets throughout 2017 and hope you have enjoyed looking at my images thus far. All images are available for purchase, to enquire just fill out one of the contact forms or visit the contact us page for relevant information in contacting Kaptured Images. Cheers all the best for 2018. #Pinkskies #photographytips #Sunsets #Photography
I don't normally post images that i haven't edited, but last nights sunset on the was nothing short of spectacular. These images are straight from my camera unedited with no Photoshop, just in camera settings.
The colours changed from pastel blue's, to deeper blues, then when the sun started to disappear, the clouds started to reflect the deep reds and oranges before turning again into vibrant almost fluorescent pinks.
The colours change by the minute and is something tha
If its one thing i have learned from shooting a lot of long exposure's around the ocean and rocks, and that's to always take a good quality cloth. This is a must as you will need to keep your lense clean and free from all the constant sea mist, and sometimes spray. I take two cloths. One for wiping down first, then a drier, cleaner one that is kept in my camera bag to remove the smears and smudges. Its the least expensive piece of equipment i have in my bag, but yet is most i
One of the most rewarding parts of my job is being able to work with my clients to achieve exactly what they are after for there home or office. Happy clients Jason and Michelle standing under their newly hung artwork. A 2.2m stretched canvas titled Beached. Some recent clients are interested in some of my Twisted abstract art, but are unsure on what final piece to choose and the size to best suit their decor. After receiving an email with pictures of the wall, i then placed