Flinders Street Station – one of the most photographed Melbourne icon, this building sits majestically on one of the busiest street corners in Melbourne. I will describe the process of how I took the picture, so that you can also replicate the shot! What you need to bring to the shoot The following are ESSENTIAL […]Read more "A Melbourne Icon: Flinders Street Station [Long Exposure Tutorial]"
barista [bəˈrɪstə] n – (Business / Professions) a person who makes and serves coffee in a coffee bar [Italian: literally, bartender] Melbournians LOVE their coffee. There’s something about a great brew, the morning greeting, the aromas in the air: all part of the morning experience that makes any morning become bearable. And the barista is […]Read more "The Coffee Capital of Australia: Melbourne Baristas"
6.30am – Arrived at Vic Market thinking that “Yup, should be only sellers here” and boy was I wrong. It was already getting busy. As they say, the early bird gets the worm. In this instance its obviously fresh non-worm veggies. Some of the sellers were really nice – I just pointed to my camera […]Read more "Early bird gets the worm… in this case fresh veggies"
Sunday, 12 degrees Celsius, and the sun is struggling to break through the clouds. Yet the crowd on the block on the corner of Peel Street and Victoria Street is far from few. There are sellers are busy luring you into a purchase, be it a scarf, $1.90/kg for egg plant, or a leather jacket […]Read more "Faces at the market"
“Looking back, my life seems like one long obstacle race, with me as the chief obstacle.” ~ by Jack Paar Sometimes, although I am fully aware of what I excel in, I second guess myself. I then realise that ultimately if I’m comfortable with myself and stopped doubting all my decisions, I am allowing myself […]Read more "On the drive home"
Although I used a D700 for a wedding photo shoot once, I’ve never experienced my own full frame goodness. Until today. The Nikon D600 captures a LOT of detail, and the 35mm f1.4 Sigma was not only incredibly sharp but also presented a new wide-angle and shallow depth of field I’m not used to (I […]Read more "Saturday afternoon with the Nikon D600 and Sigma 35mm f1.4"
It sure has been a while – and trust me when I say it has been jam packed that I haven’t had the time to update the site. But what I have in store are plenty of pics showcasing a range of street photography for your viewing pleasure. I also did a series of levitation […]Read more "Catching up on some photos"
There is no doubt that the streets of London is full of character. The streets are alive, movement everywhere, colours in abundance, the architecture amazing, and a postcard almost at every turn. I don’t think I have done this place any justice, but maybe one day I get to head there again and really take […]Read more "Streets of London"
A lot has happened since the last post: things started to ramp up at work and I’ve been under the pump to get stuff done before my two week trip to the UK! 🙂 Haven’t been to the UK in a while, and this is the first time the camera has made the trip. So […]Read more "Sights of the UK – Trip to Blackpool"
Closeby the mouth of the Yarra River, Williamstown is a picturesque area and a mix of industrial backdrop with nature. With the 1 year anniversary of Google Plus, the Melbourne Photowalk crew got together around Spotswood and started heading towards Williamstown, taking tons of pictures along the way. Apart from the torrential storm, I have […]Read more "Photowalk around Williamstown"