I might be one of those annoying people who likes to take a photo of their lunch or dinner before eating it. Is it a great way to practice food photography? Is it appreciation of food styling and presentation? Is it a way to remember some amazing meals? Is it annoying? For me, taking photos of my food is all of the above!
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We spent a lovely two weeks in Melbourne over the Christmas / New Year break, housesitting at my cousin's place in Box Hill, Melbourne. Here are some photos from that holiday.
7 Vignettes is an Instagram photo challenge where the idea is to create and photograph a little scene (vignette) that tells a story, in response to a daily word that is given.
I thought it might be interesting to see BTS (Behind the Scenes) on a retro swimsuit studio photo shoot. I always look around to see what the setup is like and it's fun to see things from another view.
The Aboriginal Memorial at the National Gallery of Australia is an installation of 200 hollow log coffins from Central Arnhem Land. It commemorates all the indigenous people who, since 1788, have lost their lives defending their land.
The work of Richard Avedon is perhaps most readily associated with intimate images of very famous people. These portraits of 20th century superstars are well known because they resist the idealisation of celebrity and reveal the humanness of revered individuals.
My husband cut me a rose from the garden yesterday. When we first started going out he brought me a new rose from the garden every day.
You can get some great looks in your portrait photography with a basic prop such as a hat. Here are some fantastic inspiration photos to inspire your next photography shoot.
It's really fun to use a photo to inspire a colour palette. Colour Combo from a photo: Blue and Orange, Choose a Color Palette from a photograph.