Strobist is a great site for information about using strobes in photography, unfortunately it will probably induce the compulsion to spend money. http://www.strobist.blogspot.com/2006/03/lighting-101.html
This photo was taken at Albert Park Lake from an observation tower near the edge of the shore. The lake has concrete walls and the sailors know that they can sail right up to the edge, allowing you to take shots that look as though they are from directly above.
Another Friday, another photo. Again a shot from a while back, I hope to get some new shots up soon. After a couple of days of heavy rain these mushrooms had grown out of the top of a wooden post at the entry to Blackburn Lake. I returned the next day but the sun had fried them...
This is another photo from a walk between Bitangabee Bay and Boyds Tower in Southern NSW. These pilars were erected by other bushwalker to guide people to the path on the other side of a small bay. The smooth rocks made it easy to create a stack of rocks.
This spider had made it’s web across a path that we were walking along. He was found along the walk from Bittangabee Bay to Saltwater Creek in Southern NSW. Along the way their were heaps of spiders, obviously we were the first people to walk along the path for the day.
I am hoping to show off a photo each Friday. This photo is of the rear cluster of my road bike, just after I had the rear cluster and chain replaced. The photo was converted from color to black and white using The Gimp.
I have produced a couple of photo books using iPhoto. The books look fantastic and are a beautiful way to present your photos. Obviously not everyone has a Mac and such a simple way to produce these books. In Australia, Apple doesn’t provide photo printing services, and the...