Posts Tagged Landscape Photography
A thousand photographers must have made countless photographs of the iconic 'Camel Rock' off the southern New South Wales coast of Australia. Some of these photographs are wonderful. It is always disconcerting to try and photograph a location where you know many have come before you. What could I do that might be even slightly different?
These photographs below are hand held captures, in early light, using long exposures together with a movement of the camera. This technique has the effect of conveying much of the motion of light and water which is iconic of the ocean’s edge. The result is a painterly effect, captured in camera, without the help of Photoshop.
The Sydney Beaches Project: Every photograph in this series is captured on traditional photographic film (Velvia 50) using either a Mamiya7II or Horseman SW612 film camera.
What is it about photography which draws me into its realm with such passion. I ponder this question often. I feel like I need to find my own answers. Yet a satisfactory answer always seems out of reach of me. I feel as if I am searching for something unknown along my photographic journey; that the journey has some kind of purpose.... read more