sageimages

Tom Harvey

has been a member since Jun 2011 and goes by sageimages.

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).

Elemental, my dear...#1 Water
Photo Essay

Elemental, my dear...#1 Water

10 Sep 2014651 views

Water, water, everywhere...

Ruins
Photo Essay

Ruins

30 Aug 2014628 views

Abandoned places, ruins, timeless beauty...

Places in My Heart
Photo Essay

Places in My Heart

26 Oct 2012958 views

The places we love are more than a blank canvas upon which we live, they make us who we are.

Getting the 'Grunge' Look
How To

Getting the 'Grunge' Look

29 Sep 20121959 views

Editing techniques to get the 'grunge' look into your work.

Artistic Wonderland
Photo Essay

Artistic Wonderland

1 Jul 20121749 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.

To See a World in a Grain of Sand, and Heaven in a Wildflower
Photo Essay

To See a World in a Grain of Sand, and Heaven in a Wildflower

18 Jun 20121983 views

Floral photography is not just about a pretty face...

An Orroral Valley Sunrise
Photo Essay

An Orroral Valley Sunrise

24 May 20121602 views

Poetry and Photography inspired by one of my favourite places.

The Ghosts of St. John's
Photo Essay

The Ghosts of St. John's

22 May 20123379 views

The abandoned St. John's Orphanage, in Goulburn, New South Wales, is a haunting experience.

Lest We Forget: The Importance of Anzac Day
Photo Essay

Lest We Forget: The Importance of Anzac Day

25 Apr 20121474 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.

Cave Walls in City Streets: Urban Art
Photo Essay

Cave Walls in City Streets: Urban Art

13 Feb 20121557 views

The urban artworks in the city laneways of Melbourne are a living, breathing connection between people and the landscape.

Tasmania: Thoughts and Images
Photo Essay

Tasmania: Thoughts and Images

9 Oct 20112153 views

Australia's island state is a place of contrast - great beauty and incredible sadness.