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  • Attending a Sony Bird Photography Event

    Last week I went to a photography event hosted by Sony Australia. This event was focused on bird photography and let us try bodies like their A9II and A7R IV along with lenses like the FE 200-600 f/5.6-f/6.3. In this post I’ll share my thought on both the event itself along with the lenses. The Event The event started at a hotel in the city. Before the presentation started we…

  • Searching for Something More

    Here we go for another fortnightly update. The weather has been pretty crazy here so I haven’t really had much time to shoot. Work has been tiring so I haven’t had the motivation either. That is starting to change now so hopefully by the time I make the next post, I’ll have some extra high quality images for you! Finding Direction The featured image at the top of the page…

  • The Move To Mirrorless

    Back in May of last year, I finally made the move and got myself an A7III. I had wanted a Sony body for quite some time but was hesitant to switch. Before getting into my long-term review, I'll first explain what made me make the switch. When I sold my original Canon 6D, I was left to use my M5 for a little over a month. During that time, I…
  • Merlion City

    Singapore is a location I’ve wanted to visit for many years now. Last week I was luckily enough to finally put that plan into fruition. I would say I really enjoyed my trip except for one aspect, the humidity. Although Sydney isn’t the coldest place in Australia, I do prefer my cold winter days over sunny warm weather. The rain also stopped me from being able to take as many…

  • Starbucks Matcha Frappuccino

    A month or so back, I posted a photo of my new favorite dessert. Although I prefer the white chocolate drink, this is my girlfriends favorite. It is a Matcha (Green Tea) Frappuccino from Starbucks which I spend too much money at now. It wasn’t a very eventful weekend but I did get around to doing something very important.

  • Storm Over Bradleys Head

    Last weekend the weather appeared to be good so I decided to rent a car and drive to Bradleys Head to do a long exposure. Although I’m happy with the image I got, I did have some challenges.

  • Rookie Mistake

    The title for this post may seem a bit strange. Although once you read through what lead me to capturing this image then it will make perfect sense.

  • My Experience Photographing A Wedding

    A few weeks ago now, I had the opportunity to be a second shooter at a wedding. Although I have been shooting now for over 6 years, I have never tried to do any kind of paid work. There was a few lessons I learned from this 12 hour event that I found valuable to myself as a photographer. Weddings are REALLY hard work Don’t get me wrong, I never…

  • Bradleys Head

    This is Bradleys Head which is a nice small spot, just north of the Sydney CBD area. I went here a few weeks ago for the wedding shoot (a post on this is incoming real soon) and really enjoyed this spot. I actually hope to revisit this location soon so I can do some long exposures at sunset. Hopefully the weather is nice with some light clouds this weekend 😀…

  • Crossing Paths

    Back when I used to visit Sydney a long time ago, Darling Harbour was somewhere I used to love to visit. I loved just  sitting by the water and relaxing at night.