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Photographer catches rock fishermen being swept off rock

Thanks to David Haworth who passed me this story. A photographer called Glen Duffus was shooting some images at Maroubra of some rock fisherman, when he let rip with his motor drive and caught them being creamed by a huge wave. Click here to read the story about this. Click here to view his amazing series of photos of them …

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Canyon X update

Well I was out shooting Canyon X yesterday morning and again this morning.  In both cases the sunrises were crap, but I reckon I’ve still got some cracking photos (haven’t had chance to process them yet). This place is a lot of fun to shoot.  An awesome blowhole,  fantastic rock shelves, gorgeous rocks,  amazing cliffs! Not only that, but there …

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Canyon X.. A New discovery… a first ascent… a virgin site!

For rock/mountain climbers there is something special about being the first person to ascend a new climb,   well I love it when I discover somewhere that is new or relatively undiscovered.  In every case I am not discovering somewhere new, but in my book if I haven’t seen any photos of this location or feature, then for me this is …

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Extreme Photography – Don’t try this at home!

Last week I looked at the weather forecast for the next day and it said “big seas and possible early morning thunderstorms”. I thought that this was exactly the sort of weather that I wanted for a photo that I had in mind of Devils Cauldron. I wanted some drama in my shot… and boy did I get it!!! Now …

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Announcing a 1 Day Intensive Seascape Workshop

Hey folks Lately I’ve had a number of people enquire about whether they can get some formal training on the way I capture and process my seascape images.  I’ve done a couple of one-on-one lessons which went down well, so now I am planning an intensive 1 day workshop that will cover all aspects of seascape photography from equipment, planning, …

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The Best Photography Book I’ve Ever Read

I recently was loaned a copy of Joe McNally’s first book “The Moment It Clicks”.  I’m sure many of you have already read this book, however for those of you that have not read it, I highly recommend it.  It is without a doubt the most enjoyable and inspiring photographic books I have read.   I loved the way you can …

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Why I’ve moved my blog site

I have just moved my blog site from blogger to wordpress based on the advice of Christian Fletcher (thanks Christian).  One of the fundamental differences between the two blogging sites was the ease at which you can leave comments on WordPress blogs as opposed to the Blogger system where you needed to register etc. to leave a comment. So I …

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Pre-flight checklist

Ever been or near the cockpit when a pilot is ready to take off or land? Doesn’t matter whether they are a professional or amateur pilot, they all do the same thing… their pre-takeoff or pre-landing checklist. Doesn’t matter whether they have flown thousands of flights, they still do it to make sure they don’t forget something silly. So have …

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Getting some Traction With Freephotoguides

Well in between family, work, taking photos, processing photos, building light painting rigs, in my spare time I am pretty passionate about the Free photoguides project. The project is beginning to gain momentum. We now have 16 stunning guides written for NSW alone, and quite a few more being written for other states in Australia. On top of that UK …

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Another Open Source Photo Guide

I had some very positive feedback on the Open Source Guide concept… I’ve just created another one for Forresters beach which is by far the most comprehensive one yet. Check out The Photographer’s guide to Forresters Beach Let me know what you think. Brent

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