Well, firstly, this newsfeed is new!
I know every photographer and their dog (or cat) has a blog, but I keep being told that to drive up awareness of your product, you need to to write or do video. I might just try both.
To start, I thought I would thank everyone who bought a 2020 calendar. I managed to raise just over $1200 for the Save Our Sons Duchenne Foundation. Next year I'd really like to double that! I already have plans for the fundraiser, but you'll find out about that closer to October...
My aim for this newsfeed is to provide updates on my photography journey and to maybe do some small tutorials on how to improve your own photos; whether that's photo composition or editing. There are an amazing number of photographers doing this, so I will be guided by you, the reader or watcher on what I put out there...
Earlier today I posted an image today on my IG of a sunrise over Melbourne. During this isolation period, my wife and I have been fortunate enough to have access to a walking trail that runs along to the shore of Port Phillip Bay.
I take my camera kit with me every day and I haven't been disappointed...check out the pier shots. Most of those were taken last week. One each day.
I am planning oo put together a series of tutorials on how to get your phone photos to stand out from the crowd. Many people don't realise it, but with just a few small tweeks, your phone images can really sing!
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COVID-19 has played havoc with all of us. Our lives have been disrupted in ways none of us could have imagined.
Now as we begin to emerge from the lock-downs and isolation protocols, I thought I would look at how I stayed creative and motivated with my photography while not being able to get in the car and go exploring...