The term, pronounced BOH-KA is Japanese in origin and Boke means blur and boke-aji is blur quality. Prettier in Japanese I think The type of lens and shape of the blades determine the shape and size of the bokeh whether… Continue Reading
What I thought this was a photography tips website? Hehe well it is actually, but there is more than just giving tips. I find photography to be a creative outlet for me and I was inspired to write this post… Continue Reading
Sunset that make you feel warm in Winter by Justine King on 500px On a cold Winter’s afternoon, I stood on a mountain top and took photos. I then took a few steps back and saw these amazing rainbows in… Continue Reading
You may be familiar with the moodiness and starkness of black and white photography, but I also have a special soft spot for Sepia tones In researching this post, (which I have been wanting to write for a while), I… Continue Reading
When I first starting using a camera I adopted the usual pose ~ stand there, take the shot, no thought about it just point and shoot I took ok photographs but sometimes I had missed capturing the subject at it’s best!… Continue Reading
I think I have reached the end of all the photos I could have possibly taken over Autumn in the mountains I have never seen so many different hues and shades or orange, burgundy, yellow and even charcoal! I got… Continue Reading
I didn’t blog post for most of May as I took some time off to get married. New blog post will be on it’s way this morning!
Do you take landscape photo’s when you are out on an adventure? We sure do. Nothing like stopping for a cup of tea and cake on the edge of a valley near sunset This is where I get out the… Continue Reading
Very happy to have trended on Google+ on Friday night Sydney time With over 730 likes on my post of close up shot of a pansy This was one of the very first shots I took with my new macro lens last… Continue Reading
Nothing makes you appreciate the sun more than Autumn Hope you are all having a great holiday!