Monday, 30 May 2011


I've done lots of leaves and some trees. Trees have so much character, but they are big and its hard to capture the size, shape, detail in bark and leaves and of course they are alive and moving and change with time of day and wind and sun. So here a a few multiple exposures of trees at La Perouse and some of the bamboo that grows along Frenchman's Bay. The last picture is of mangroves at Tarban Creek.

People play

I recently had some old friends visiting and we had some fun playing with multiple exposures. Finding a way to put faces and people into multiple exposures is a bit of a challenge - there was lots of posing and lots of strange results  - so here are a few of the more intriguing.

Saturday, 14 May 2011

If you go down to the woods today

This is my adult section. If you go down to the woods, and the light is right and you are quiet, you will see them posing and frolicking.

Sunday, 8 May 2011

Tarban creek

While attending my son's soccer game at Gladesville I took these pictures along Tarban creek in gorgeous autumn weather. I've played with reflections and used multiple exposures in all these pictures to introduce a softness and some mystery into the bright afternoon colours.