Photo Archive

Like everyone else, I’ve got a bit of extra time on my hands at the moment due to the COVID-19 situation here in Australia. So to try and use this extra time somewhat productively I’ve decided I’m going to organise, re-edit, and post, all the band photos I used to shoot in the mid-2000’s when I was the house photographer at The Cambo…stay tuned 🤟🏼

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After shooting 12 games of football on the weekend, approximately 3,500 photos, I am out of my feet today… 😑

🔗 Would You Spend $8,000 on a Compact Camera That Only Shoots Black and White? Leica Announces the M10 Monochrom | Fstoppers

Definitely! It looks like an amazing bit of kit, and the challenge of only being able to capture in black and white would make most photographers so much better at seeing their subject. I just wish it came with some form of guarantee against divorce…my wife would definitely divorce me if I bought this! 😢

Drone captures chilling moment Great White shark stalks swimmers at NSW beach

I love that there are sharks in the waters, it’s a good sign of an eco system beginning to recover…but the video that Sunrise put together for the story is disgusting!

I don’t understand why the media needs to constantly demonise these animals! Why the flashing red, why call it a scene “straight from a horror movie”, why the menacing tone? There’s no way those swimmers are in danger from the shark, it’s not “stalking” them, it’s trying to find fish amongst the breakers. If it wanted to eat the people, this video would not be safe to view!

The media just needs to stop the over dramatisation of these events. Embrace that our waters are starting to recover from over fishing, embrace the environmental aspect of this, and for crying out loud, let’s try to educate people!