Tag: Digital macro photography
After squeezing a wonderful Canon 1Ds MkII for some 8 years for every bit of quality it could give, it’s time we started looking around again.… Read the rest
A loan camera arrived from Nikon recently, complete with 105mm macro lens (thank you Nikon and PhotoContinental). It was the D800e, sporting 36.3 megapixels. Total Australian value is around $3,600. For our impressions of the Nikon D800e see our article here.… Read the rest
Stan is not usually superstitious. But Friday 13th has been an unlucky day in his family history: one Friday 13th many years ago, his grandfather was dressing for work and noticed he’d put his waistcoat on inside-out. Thinking that perhaps it was a bad omen, he decided to stay home.… Read the rest
Our publisher, Fremantle Press, are running a competition to win a signed, sublime fine art print from Rainforest Country valued at $260. For a limited time, so get over there now.
Herewith a small slideshow of just some of the photographs you’ll find in our new book, Rainforest Country:
Wildflower Country has a friend!
Pygmy Possum on the cover of our new book, Rainforest Country. Don’t tell me that’s not the cutest. A mouse-sized trembling under a leaf, bright cheeky bauble eyes, whiskers whiskering and pushy as a bulldozer.… Read the rest
Want to know how we do it?
I think e-Books featuring the making of an image “from go to woah” would be valuable to a lot of people, with notes on focus stacking, HDR photography and decisions made along the way.… Read the rest