Tag Archive for photography

Back to various aspects of photography

For many months now I’ve often tended to post in a linear style on my wanderings and follies, whereas a few years ago I made the emphasis landscape photography. So back to the roots, be they a bit broader now, but who knows… I’m attending the annual Wanaka Autumn Art School next week, and my…

Autumn light and Likes, and how people search

Well autumn is here, and with a vengeance! But I love the lower angle tangental light this offers for landscape photography – especially in New Zealand and at latitude 45 degrees south. It’s the long shadows… I uploaded a similar shot to FaceBook midweek – this one has a greater sense of energy in the…

Motion, and impulse

Much has been written about the fact that photography is a two dimensional representation of three dimensional scene, or at least if we walk among our “landscape” it’s not flat! But everything in my perceived world is dynamic [and becoming more so], so I’ve been playing about with ways to capture how I see landscapes,…

The vibrancy of spring

From a landscape photography perspective [no pun intended], you might recall around autumn and ANZAC day I posted several images of golden leaves portraying motion. Well, what better time than spring to refine these techniques again with a few shots incorporating motion, and where colour is used as a compositional tool. But another unique property…