Melbourne Star and Catching Up
It has been a busy week, and I’m running very behind. I almost thought I wouldn’t get a post done today, but here I am, late, but here.
This last week I’ve been out a couple of times to take photos and if you follow my blog you will know that I went on the Melbourne Star, but more on that later. Let’s catch up on other things.
Dynamic Range Magazine
Yes, the magazine is still available for sale. It has been fantastic to hear from several people how much they have enjoyed, so thank you to those.
If you wish to purchase your copy then follow this link.
I have had two articles published in the last week.
First of all, one for Digital Photography School:
The second article has been for Photographers.com.au
I hope you find them helpful.
I’m planning another trip. Somewhere a lot closer to home this time. I have wanted to go to Tasmania for a long time and now I think the time is right.
The trip is planned for June, winter. I have had a lot of people say I’m crazy to go then, but I love the idea of winter there. I think I will be able to get lots of moody images.
Now I am starting to look for sponsors. I need to work out some things, but once again, as I did with my trip to the US I will keep you updated with the trip and what sponsors I manage to get.
It is on again and starts on the 16th of March. I really enjoyed it last year and I’m looking forward to going again. I have been getting the macro lens out again to practice so I can get the best shots possible.
I’m also hoping that Tamron Australia might lend me a macro lens for the week. It would be nice to try it again. I hear it is being updated and there is a new version of it, but not sure I will be able to get it in time for the MIFGS.
The photos today are from my trip on the Melbourne Star. A friend and I went up on it earlier this week. You can see from the photos that it was a very warm day. It was also hazy. I used the rubber lens hood idea for taking photos on it, you can read about how in the article above about Photographing through Windows. I still have the Nikon 28-300mm lens and it has hardly been off my camera, so as you can probably guess all the photos in this post were taken with it.
I hope you have had a good weekend. It is almost over here.