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I’ve always wanted to create a global space for photo enthusiasts to come together to share work, get inspired and learn all manner of things that come with following photography as a hobby. I set up a group on Facebook to get that ball rolling and it’s called The Photo Hive. So now it’s up […]

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Some people say, what’s the point in art? Or, I don’t ‘get it’ or I could have done that. Art by defininition is the expression of something you want to say. I think you’d struggle to find a better case for art than at the William Ricketts Sanctuary, located up in the gorgeous hills of […]

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Abbotsford Convent is, if not already, fast becoming a Melbourne institution. From 1863 to 1975 it was managed by the Sisters of the Good Shepherd who provided shelter, food and work for disadvantaged women and girls. They cared for orphans, girls considered to be in moral danger and wards of the State.  After the local […]

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I just returned to Canberra from the amazing The 2012 AIPP Nikon Event. The third year it’s been run, it’s a continuing professional development activity that can rack up enough points alone to cover the CPD annual requirement held by the Australian Institute of Professional Photography. It’s a full, 4 day program with 28 speakers, […]

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This morning I was guided by my friend Anna that keeps a coffee blog to Bonanza Coffee at Oderburger Strasse 35 in Prenzlauer Berg. They grind all their special Bonanza coffee on site and they are true coffee purists. The perfect blend of coffee and milk, not too hot, not too cold, and magically finessed […]

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Today I met with some participants in my group Photography in Berlin for a photo critique session. This time the point of discussion was depth of field. Everyone brought images and we looked at how depth of field worked in their images, the settings they used and made suggestions for improvements. We went to a […]

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I do Bikram yoga.  I discovered it when I was working in London in 2007. It’s basically power yoga performed in a room heated to around 38 degrees. You are in there for 90 mins, and each of the 26 postures is performed twice in a row. Why in the hell would someone do that, […]

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