On This Day

On This Day: Metro Fog

On This Day: Metro Fog

I didn’t used to worry so much about noisy photos, I was just so inthralled in shooting whatever I wanted. Fuck the rules! I was really going through that stage. Though I’m well aware must it is balancing on the on the edge of acceptability. I was visiting a friend in who was living in a new apartment in Melbourne’s Southbank.

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On This Day: Day Break

On This Day: Day Break

The night before I captured this photo I could not sleep a wink. Nothing was really bothering me that much that I could easily pinpoint. I was just going through a bit of insomnia. This can be triggered by too much coffee too late in the afternoon. Except this time Instead of staying in the comfort of my home, I just wanted to get out and explore.

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On This Day: Foliage

On This Day: Foliage

Not a whole lot to say here. A bit of experimenting going on and in all honesty, It looks a little like I’m just passing some time with whatever I had at hand. I’ve have always spent a lot of my time self learning to expand my skills and knowledge.

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On This Day: Change Over

On This Day: Change Over

Easily some of my fondest memories are flying low in helicopters over the many neighbourhoods of Melbourne’s suburbs. Because this city is so familiar to me, I get lost in my thoughts how far I can see and navigate to my next location. I really think this is something I've been able to challenge myself with. It has helped me take and make better photography and thus turning it into a career.

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On This Day: Balance

On This Day: Balance

Documenting worksites is one of my favourite subject matter. Any size project always has so much going on. The client requested images of their beautiful rose gold window panels being installed. I got many great photos from in and outside the construction site but there was no better way to show this extreme choreographed routine from here. It was quite amazing as they worked row by row to beat their deadline.

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