Horse Photography
Mar 01

Horse Appearing from Nowhere

By Ade | Landscape

Started an outing to Moore River.
Followed a pair of eagle to a tree ridge line.
Parked in a hollow on side of road and my Photo buddy called out Horse As I was shooting birds I didn’t have much time to focus on the horse as it came from the top of the ridge around some trees flew past down the embankment and up the other side gone.
Just never appeared again.

Overcast day ISO too high as i was shooting birds in a tree of shadows.
Split second shot used LR to remove highlights put into Photoshop tweaked in NIk collection of detail extractor then added saturation and a Vignette

Equipment & Settings used:
Nikon D800 paired with the Sigma Lens 4.5-6.3 APO HSM 50-500mm
Shutter Speed : 640 secs
Aperture : f/6.3
ISO : 640
Focal Length : 380 mm

Susan Kay

Macro Photography
Mar 01

Hopper Garder

By Ade | Landscape

“I hurt my back on the weekend and was disappointed about not being able to go out and take pictures. But on Sunday morning I noticed it had been raining and was quite still so I thought it would be good for macro photos in the backyard. That way I could still get my photography fix without having to drive anywhere. So I took out my camera and macro lens and attached my flash and started looking for good photos of droplets on flowers. While I was doing this I stumbled across this tiny grasshopper (about 5mm long) in the middle of a daisy and tried to get his photo. Continue reading

Landscape Photography
Dec 31

Perth City Skyline basks in Golden Glow

By Ade | Landscape

Perth, the City of Lights from the hills taken by Perth photographer Noel Davidson. Although this was taken earlier in the year, we thought it was a perfect way to end 2015 basking in the glorious sunset of the golden west.

This image was taken up from Zig Zag Hill during Australia Day earlier this year. I figured I would go up the hills to get a good vantage point from the distance and get a wider perspective of the city during the firework display.

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Landscape Photography
Dec 23

Nature’s Window

By Ade | Landscape

Richard Choong is an avid landscape photographer based in Perth, Western Australia. Here is a breathtaking shot of Nature’s Window photographed in Kalbarri National Park, a must visit for overseas tourists and local cityfolk.

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Dec 09

Hello world!

By Kelvin Chong | News

We've finally launched it! 

After tinkering around with our website for well over a year, we've finally updated with a more modern, bright and bold website for fellow photographers to get involved in.  We'll be adding more features in the coming weeks so be sure to subscribe to our newsletter to keep in touch.

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