Drone photography of Sailing and Boating at Franklin, Tasmania
Gorgeous wooden launchThis is the way they used to make them!Ketch me if you can!A lovely ketch sails past an old passenger vesselBirds Eye View!Looking down on the Franklin jetty and the yachts thereHomeward boundA wooden ketch heads back to the Franklin jettyPowering outA wooden ketch picks up speed as it clears the harbourCarve a turn!A wooden ketch carves a stylish trun on the Huon RiverCut the corner ;-)What a great perspective! Looking bang on straight down on a traditional sailing boat as it parallels the river bank. turn your phone to landscapeit makes for better viewingGorgeous wooden launchThis is
Birds eye of Franklin Harbour Jetty
Birds Eye ViewLooking straight down at the Franklin jetty. I love the geometry and colour! What Great Geometry! This beauty is one of my images from last Sunday at The Living Boat Trust social day. The view is looking straight down from above the Franklin jetty. I love the geometry and colour! I Provide Drone Services I offer drone services, including video, hyperlapse, geo-coded stitched aerial surveys (of acreage properties) and stills photography for tourism, real estate, local businesses, events, weddings, products (like fire prevention systems in action) and more. I am a professional photographer with a CASA licence to
The Tall Ships Are Coming!
The Australian Wooden Boat Festival is happening in Hobart starting tomorrow. I had been trying to make it to photograph the Living Boat Trust vessels, but the weather had not cooperated with the schedule! Then last night, I was alerted that Soren Larsen would be at Woodbridge in Tasmania. What I didn’t realise is three others would be there too! I was a good morning 🙂 So I took my DJI Mavic 3 Classic drone and Pentax K-1 full frame camera and headed off first thing. It was so worth it! I flew the Mavic 3 near the ships in
How to create an impact in just TEN SECONDS!
How do you make an impact in just TEN SECONDS? By planning, story telling, good editing and great post-production!
Geeveston Tasmania – Visitor Cantre video
A video of the Visitor Centre at Geeveston, Tasmania
Geeveston Tasmania – Township video
A video of the Geeveston township in Tasmania, Australia
A Remedy for the Capillary Action Business
A remedy for the push-pull and flux of business!
Images of Tasmania
Some lovely images of Tasmania, shot by Steve
Getting the right focus!
It’s about getting the right focus
More than “which portrait do you like better?”
Which image do you like better, and why?
The BPM Olympics
BPM = Business Process Management. It’s the ‘workflow’ in my Media, Web & Workflow services
What in the Windows!
I’m not really a fan of Windows 🙂
Food Photography, Slow Cooked 🙂
What makes a good food photograph? Previous Next Food photographs often make food photography look easy! I mean, what’s to it? You point at the food and shoot right? It’s not moving. The light should be steady in most cases. So why ask the question at all? What makes a good food photo? Maybe we should first ask “What makes a BAD food photograph?” Here’s a little list, and you’ll probably recognise some of these points from budget restaurants, take-aways and places where the owner obviously doesn’t want to invest a cent more than he or she has to! over-saturated
Four Foot Fotos video and marketing campaign for the Ballarat International Foto Biennale
I did a campaign for my Four Foot Fotos dog photography when invited by the Ballarat International Foto Biennale to do some event dog photography. Lots of fun!