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Sunday, August 16, 2015

Wilsons Promontory

Approximately 3-4 hours drive away. The weather was dry, albeit cloudy. Highlights of the trip:
Up close with Wombat (a few of them actually)
Caught the milkway
View of beautiful sunrise right outside of the cabin (Sun rises over Wilson Prom!)
Walked on super fine sand.

Cloudy day over Tidal River

Black & White version of Tidal River.

Sunset along the road from the Prom

Milkyway shot right outside the Cabin. 
Needless to say, the light pollution at this end of the earth is extremely low.

What a view to wake up to! The sun just rises over the Prom.

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Sunday, June 21, 2015

Phillip Island

Made a road trip to Phillip Island on Saturday. It drizzled a little bit when we reached. Made a pit stop at the Koala Conservation Centre & The Nobbies before going to the Penguin Parade. Alas, no photography permitted at the PP, but it was a great sight nonetheless! Penguins were literally within reach. That made the long wait in the cold totally worth it.




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Monday, April 20, 2015

Portfolio - Product Photography

Following are photography samples of product, both commissioned & non-commissioned.
















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Sunday, April 19, 2015

Mount Macedon, Lavandula

Source: http://www.visitmacedonranges.com/natural-attractions/hanging-rock/about-the-reserve/

"Hanging Rock is said to be one of the best examples in the world of a volcanic feature known as a mamelon (French lit. nipple). It was formed six million years ago when a particularly stiff type of lava formed a rounded pile of layers on the surface as it was squeezed through a narrow vent in the earth.

The lava in Hanging Rock has a particularly high soda content and the action of rainwater has resulted in an unusual rock known as solvsbergite, or soda trachyte, which is the same rock found at the nearby Camel's Hump on Mt. Macedon.
(This type of rock is only found in outside of the region in Norway & Sweden.)

Since its formation, the mamelon has been exposed to considerable weathering and erosion, resulting in the unusual rock formations that can now be seen on the site."

On to the photos..


Hanging Rock Reserve @ Mt Macedon


Greenery along the summit walk

Challenging to climb up this mamelon

More close up of the mamelon, backed with great weather

More close up of the mamelon, backed with great weather

More close up of the mamelon, backed with great weather


More close up of the mamelon, backed with great weather

View from near top of the summit

View from near top of the summit

Lavandula Lavender Farm near Hepburn Springs





One of my favorite photo

Great opportunity for selfie


Another one of my favourite!

Another one of my favourite!

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Friday, April 17, 2015

Portfolio

Following are display of portfolio which will be updated periodically. These serve to portray skills and technique used and is not exhaustive as some of the works are restricted by client privilege.

Commissioned food photography by a restaurant for new menu

Photography of shapeless object with lighting controls

High speed interactive photography for canvas prints

High speed, time sensitive photography for canvas prints

Commissioned product photo for poster print

Landscape photography to compliment subject with nature

Landscape photography by use of filters & natural light

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