Last week I did a pop up gallery at one of Brisbane’s newest riverside office towers. This is new ground for me, I’m used to having my own gallery and attending art fairs and markets but setting up for a short period with massive amounts of traffic was a great experience.
This was a great spot that Tony showed us when we were in the Flinders Ranges. It was an interesting afternoon instead of looking for a location to shoot for sunset we ended up looking for somewhere that sold Coopers Tyres as one of ours got a huge slab of beer bottle in it! Of course nowhere had the size we needed so we did a quick repair and headed for this spot.
I’m happy with my results from this years Epson International Pano Awards, I entered 4 images and they all got awards, I won 1 silver and 3 bronze for the following images.
Here’s another one from South Australia that caught my eye, captured just near Burra. Single image hand held with my 70-200 2.8L.
This is another image from our travels through the Flinders Ranges, South Australia. This spot was one of my favorites as it has 360 degree views of the Flinders great for sunrise, sunset, night shooting. Hills of gold is shot handheld with the 5d mk2 and a 70-200 2.8 lens. There’s a roo and joey in the image that is a bit hard to see in the web image but look’s great in print.
This image is of Cathedral Rock just outside of Hawker, South Australia, captured on a trip I did through S.A, N.S.W and QLD last year. This one is a 9 image stitch with the 5d mk2 and the 50 1.4