I regularly update old works with new ideas (there is no rhyme or reason to my work), I am never totally satisfied with an image (see previous comment), I break rules (what rules), I use Photoshop (Elements 10), I don't have an expensive camera (Canon EOS 1000D), I waste too much time editing (I should be doing the work I am paid to do...teaching), I wish I spent more time commenting on others' work (I am working on this), I see so much beauty in the world (but I don't film plastic bags).
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26 Oct 2012 — 831 views
The places we love are more than a blank canvas upon which we live, they make us who we are.
29 Sep 2012 — 1808 views
Editing techniques to get the 'grunge' look into your work.
1 Jul 2012 — 1629 views
William Ricketts' Sanctuary, in Victoria's Dandenong Ranges, just on the eastern outskirts of the suburbs of Melbourne, is an unexpected artistic and spiritual delight.
18 Jun 2012 — 1855 views
Floral photography is not just about a pretty face...
24 May 2012 — 1519 views
Poetry and Photography inspired by one of my favourite places.
22 May 2012 — 3051 views
The abandoned St. John's Orphanage, in Goulburn, New South Wales, is a haunting experience.
25 Apr 2012 — 1401 views
Anzac Day is one of the most important events in the Australian National calendar, commemorating and remembering the sacrifices made by Australians in wartime.
13 Feb 2012 — 1438 views
The urban artworks in the city laneways of Melbourne are a living, breathing connection between people and the landscape.
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