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  • The Rain Continues

    As the title suggests, we’ve had a lot of rain recently. In fact we had so much rain and flooding last weekend that the NSW government declared it as CAT212. Because of this, I didn’t get to shoot much aside from two days. Here are the images from those two photo outings. First up is a quick food photo from a cafe called Two Sis & Co. This is fairly…

  • A Game Changer for My Photography

    If you listen to my podcast you would know we recently got our car sent over from Perth. Although a car isn’t photography related, it is a game changer for my photography. The initial thought may be that it’s something related to automotive photography but that is also incorrect. The plain and simple reason a car is game changing to me is because I can now get to locations much…

  • Like Learning from Scratch

    Greetings and salutations! As always I’m here to present my images from the past few weeks. I’ve been using the R6 a lot, I’ve found myself shooting everything I can around the house just like when I first started photography which is a great feeling to have. Out and About The R6 has been coming out with me more again when I go on my daily activities. For these images,…

  • Welcome to 2021!!

    Welcome to my first post of 2021! One thing you might notice right off the bat is that I have a much larger amount of images compared to usual. This is all thanks to the fact I got the Canon R6 a little over a week ago. If you’re interested in my first impressions of the R6, you can find them here. I will say this is a phenomenal camera…

  • Reflecting on 2020 and Goodbye Sony

    Welcome to my final post for the (thoroughly hated by most) year of 2020. This post will be very light on images and more discussing how I’ve sold all my Sony gear, how I felt 2020 went for my photography and what is in store for 2021! If you prefer to listen to this rather than read, I did discuss all of this in my latest podcast which can be…

  • My Top 5 Images of 2020

    With a few weeks left in 2020 I figure it’s time for my top images of the year. Although there are a few weeks to go, I don’t see myself getting any other top imagines in that remaining time. Below are my top 5 images in no particular order. Anna Bay NSW This photo was taken during my road trip to Newcastle and Hunter Valley which was about 170km from…

  • One Year With the Sony FE 35mm f/1.8

    After a little over a year of owning this lens, I think it’s time to write a review. This will be no way a technical review but based more on actual usability and real world use. Big Shoes To Fill With 35mm being my favorite focal length, I’ve owned quite a few different lenses over the years. I think my current favorite 35mm lens to date would be the Canon…

  • The Art Has Arrived

    Welcome to my fortnightly update! This post will be a bit shorter than usual. It has been one of those fortnights were life has got in the way. By the time this is posted I will hopefully be done with my assignment. This particular unit has been stressing me out so hopefully things can go back to normal soon. Below you will see some images I took when I attended…

  • I’m Now One Lens Lighter

    Welcome to October and my latest post! As you can see, this will be a lot shorter compared to the last fortnights update. Every photo in this post was taken with the Sony FE 35mm f/1.8. I wanted to get a few more photos with it to use in my review. The featured image at the top of the page is one of my favorite shots I’ve taken with this…

  • The Weekend Back

    As you can probably see by this post, I’m finally back to taking photos regularly! I always find that I stop for a bit then get a resurgence and then balance it out a bit. The majority of the images here are taken with my Samyang AF 85mm f/1.4 and the FE 35mm f/1.8. The below three images were taken around Darling Harbour and Darling Square. An 85mm isn’t usually…