Whales documented and pictured

July 04, 2017  •  5 Comments
It's peak hour on the humpback highway and record numbers of whales are passing the coast where I live. What a spectacle and privilege to witness the recovery of a population that was down to a few hundred at the close of the whaling industry in 1963. These days the humpback whale population migrating along Australia's east coast is estimated to ex...
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King music

June 27, 2017  •  4 Comments
Music and sound can punch above their weight as components of an audiovisual production. I know this, but have been emphatically reminded of the synergy in recent days. I was privileged to be invited by Emeritus Professor Des Crawley to deliver a presentation titled "Integrating Image, Text, Sound and Movement" as a component of St George Leagues...
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Produce your own greeting cards

December 21, 2016  •  2 Comments
If you're a photographer, a wonderful way to share your work is to produce greeting cards. I've been doing it for years, printing them at home on good quality paper with an Epson Stylus Pro 3800 inkjet printer. The results are excellent. I can change the designs at will. But I've decided to go another way and have them printed on demand by an Austr...
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Dark Point ages

December 15, 2016  •  3 Comments
In October I stopped off at one of my favourite locations in the Myall Lakes National Park and spent an hour or so wandering with a camera and a wide angle lens and nothing particular in mind except to find things that looked interesting. I was returning from a couple of days spent photographing in the Port Stephens area with friends Des and Roy....
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Myall Creek Part 2

December 11, 2016  •  4 Comments
Responding to an awakening prompted by reading Mark Tedeschi's book 'Murder at Myall Creek—The trial that defined a nation' (see Myall Creek Part 1), I stopped, en route to Gilgandra, for the first time in my life at the site of the Myall Creek massacre to pay my respects and contemplate the possibility of a photographic project that could represen...
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