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hobart and surrounds

Happy New Year!

Happy new year everyone! Best wishes for 2020. Here are some shots of the early (family friendly time of 9:30) fireworks last night from Bellerive, hence the bright sky. I was already asleep by midnight… For anyone playing along at home, my settings were: 6 second exposures at f16. ISO100. If this had been the...Read More

Myrtle Gully Falls

Myrtle Gully Falls is very close to Hobart and a great place to get some experience photographing waterfalls. It is found on the Myrtle Gully track which begins at the end of Old Farm Road, which is conveniently located right at the rear of the Cascade Brewery, so you can reward yourself with a cold...Read More

Hobart and Surrounds Workshop

My Hobart and Surrounds photography workshop is a beginner level session which includes a waterfall shoot on Mt Wellington followed by a  sunset session on Hobart’s eastern shore. I have adjusted the format of the workshop a little with the main change being that there is no longer a minimum of two participants required for...Read More

Tasmanian Devil

The Tasmanian Devil is without a doubt Tasmania’s most well known critter. Seeing (and photographing) them in the wild is a tough ask as not only are they nocturnal, but their numbers have been massively diminished in the wild due to a terrible cancer-like disease known as Devil Facial Tumor Disease (DFTD) which is fatal...Read More

Hobart and Surrounds Photography Workshop

The Hobart and Surrounds photography workshop is a half day workshop which covers two of the most visually rewarding aspects of landscape photography. We start the afternoon exploring a couple of waterfalls in the foothills of Mt Wellington only a short drive from central Hobart. During this session you will be encouraged to use manual...Read More

MONA Hobart: The Red Queen Exhibition

The Red Queen is the current exhibition at Hobart’s world beating museum and art gallery, MONA (the Museum of Old & New Art). The Red Queen is a reference to the Lewis Carroll classic “Through the Looking Glass” and the exhibition runs until April 21, 2014. Please forgive the lack of writing today and feel...Read More

Sunset Photography Courses Tasmania

Sunrise and sunset photography is traditionally a favourite among landscape photographers – beginners and pros alike. The colour of the sunset sky and the visually rewarding nature of long exposure results in some truly stunning images. I run a half day “Hobart & Surrounds” photographic workshop here in Hobart which finishes with a sunset shoot...Read More

MONA

MONA – the Museum of Old & New Art in Berriedale, Hobart. Sunset tonight from across the water. The afternoon was quite grey and dull, but a fiery orange sunset burnt the sky briefly this evening resulting in these shots. As with pretty much all sunset photo shoots I shot the above with my ND...Read More