I’ve been working on an exciting new project for the last few months……My first book! It’s called Light on the Land and has 100 of my favorite and most popular images. I’ve done the design and layout myself with the help of Renee Creative from the Sunshine Coast. I’ve gone down the self-publishing route so that I have complete control over the whole process, which also means it’s being printed 100% in Australia. It’s going to print this week and should be ready for sale towards the end of next month. With the book so close I’ve decided to offer my customers, blog and facebook followers a special pre-release offer. If you order your copy of Light on the Land for $46.00 inc delivery to anywhere in Australia before the 15th of July, I’m going to include a 30cm x 22cm signed, unframed fine art print valued at $125.00 at no extra cost (five prints to choose from). Please follow the link below to my website to get your copy and choose your free print. Thanks in advance for your support.
Camera- Nikon d800e
Lens- Nikkor 16-35
I decided to go the Black and White for this one, another great part of Victoria. The Pinnacles, Cape Woolamai, Phillip Island, Victoria.
This image is from the same location as my last post, just before sunrise. It’s a 20+ image double row stitch with the 50mm 1.4 lens then cropped to give an image size of 200cm wide @ 300dpi.
Here’s another image from Victoria looking out from Mount Buffalo, as warm as this image looks we got down to -4 on the way up to this spot.
This image is from Mount Buffalo, Victoria. Taken well after sunset with the last bit of warm light hitting the rock face.
Another image from my recent shoot in Victoria. We spent a day at Wilsons Promontory, what an amazing place I can see why Victorian’s love it so much.
I’ve just returned from a trip down to Victoria to go shooting images with my good mate Tony Middleton, this image of a Great Egret is from the South Gippsland region of Victoria.
The third Epson International Pano Awards is dedicated to the art of panoramic photography. Advances in digital photography and software such as PTGui, Adobe Photoshop, Kolor Autopano and Easypano Panoweaver has resulted in an explosion in image stitching, especially in the panoramic format.
The Epson International Pano Awards showcases the work of panoramic photographers worldwide and is the largest competition for panoramic photography.
I entered 4 images for this years Pano awards and they all scored well, here are the images and results.
My Noosa Storm image also made it into the top 50 coming in at 40th. Here’s the link for the top 50 in the Open Award Nature (including landscapes).