Author:sengmah

Shooting New Zealand – Part 2

Part 2: Travel and photography in the land of the long white cloud Those of you following this series will know that Part 1 focused on photographic equipment and shooting locations in the South Island. The thing about New Zealand is that you could easily turn your...

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Shooting New Zealand – Part 1

Part 1: What was in the bag and where did I shoot? I'm just back from a photographic expedition in New Zealand and I thought I'd share some thoughts on shooting travel landscapes in New Zealand. It was an inspiring (nay, mind-blowing) trip and I'll guarantee...

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REVIEW: Olympus OM-D E-M1

The Olympus OM-D E-M1 has been growing in popularity since its launch in September last year. It's Olympus's flagship Micro Four Thirds (MFT) camera and is aimed at photographers looking for a high-performance professional-level camera without the weight and bulk of higher-end DSLRs on the...

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Bunbury Photo Walk 2014: Competition Winners

It was a tough job picking the winners in the Bunbury Photo Walk 2014 Competition. There was a real variety of images submitted - from streetscapes to detail abstracts to landscapes taken at sunset at Back Beach. However, a core group of submissions stood out...

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Bunbury Photo Walk 2014 Competition Entries

The Bunbury Photo Walk 2014 was our biggest yet and we also had a record number of entries in the photo competition. And, here they are! Thanks to everyone who participated and especially those who entered this competition. There's certainly a very varied collection of...

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Fremantle Twilight Trek Competition Entries

We received lots of entries to the Fremantle Twilight Trek Photo Competition -- and here they are for your viewing! What an fantastic effort from all participants and entrants! Here are images with a lot of character, colour, boldness and energy. Stay tuned for the...

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You want 15 stops? You got it!

Anyone who knows me knows that I love using ND filters (neutral-density filters) for long exposures -- and why wouldn't you? An ND filter stops off a certain amount of light entering the lens, letting you shoot at longer exposures in available light so that...

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