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iPhoneography – everbody’s doing it man! And I mean, everybody. There are so many Apps out there, easily downloadable at the click of an App Store button.  Take your photo, apply a certain ‘look’ to it, share it to your favourite social media site(s), and you’re away. Yes, I am a professional photographer, and I […]

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Yes, that’s right! Blurb is coming to Australia on a real live experiential events tour! Blurb are all about bringing your personal stories to life in your very own bookstore-quality book, photo book, magazine or ebook. You simply download their free software, start a new book, load up your photos and text, hit ‘order’ and […]

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Amanda - May 20, 2013 - 11:53 am

It was a pleasure to meet you at the Blogger meetup last last Friday. Your photography is stunning – will definitely try to practice your great advice :)

Beth Jennings - May 21, 2013 - 9:47 am

Hi Amanda it was great meeting you too! Thank you for stopping by here and good luck with your book writing! x

Yesterday I took my group The Melbourne Walk and Shoot Group on an outing to Mount Dandenong. We were in search of autumn colour so we went to the RJ Hamer Arboretum. Thanks to Robert and Peter in the group we had an easy meeting point and a very unstrenuous walk into the forest. We […]

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Richard Paulsen - May 12, 2014 - 6:53 am

Wish l had of seen your post for Autumn colour, l have a book by Thom Hogan and adjusted my settings for landscapes using s tripod but forgot to look at b/4 you shoot part o well it’s all apart of learning

Yesterday I hosted a two hour camera workshop for a small group from The Melbourne Walk & Shoot Group for two hours in Williamstown. We crammed in ISO, shutter speed and aperture. Then we looked at what achieving correct exposure means followed by using the camera’s histogram to get consistent results.  All very tecchie but […]

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I think Joyce had a pretty good point. Weddings, a baby’s birth, birthdays, reunions, Christmas, they often do seem to be when family come together and that are the happiest of occasions. How awesome is this picture? (If I do say so myself!) Everyone is doing something so your eye doesn’t get tired of moving […]

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Late last year before Christmas, Elaine decided to book me to photograph her with all her siblings. She said her Mum and Dad had no current pictures that beautifully captured all their children together. Elaine warned me – this was not going to be a walk in the park – no pun intended. It would […]

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I just got back tonight from a whirlwind three week trip in Canberra. I worked on a recipe book that serves as a tribute to an Italian couple (no longer with us) who left an extraordinary legacy in the form of authentic recipes. I documented a gorgeous family story for a family I have worked […]

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I reckon about every three years you need to do a professional portrait update. Your body and face change, you grow your hair, you get glasses, you drop some weight (or put on, as is the case for me!). I’m a bit slow on that uptake and have been using the same portrait (a selfie, […]

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