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Golf course trees, 2011 Calendar shoot

Here is just a few images from the years calendar shoot for TreeLogic. They chose to focus on significant trees from 12 of the top courses in the Melbourne “sandbelt”. One of these images may well appear in the print catalog soon. Keysborough Golf Club, 55 Hutton Road, Keysborough 1st Green The Metropolitan Golf Club.…

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Moving into Big studio

The Big Trousers office in Essex Street has been creaking at the seams for a while and so with it’s sale comes the opportunity to stretch out in the new warehouse conversion in Seddon. The Green screen studio will be a fantastic opportunity and save my back from having to carry all that lighting equipment…

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HD video system near complete

I have been sorting out the Canon 5D Mk11 so that I can get it to work for video that I want to shoot. At the moment it is nearly there but the look if the image is interesting to say the least. The Zacuto Z-Finder helps a lot as does the new Firmware that…

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Cussonia spicata

A very odd, rare tree in Caulfield Park, Caulfield. This one is an the Significant trees list because of it’s rarity and age. Cussonia spicata (Cabbage Tree) Cnr Inkerman and Hawthorn Rd. I am testing this as an A2 Panoramic print.

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Heritage trees in Melbourne

We shot a number of trees that are on the list as significant trees in Melbourne. These are protected trees and of importance for rarity, age and historical reference. I will post others and give correct the names as I get the selections from the Arborist at Tree Logic. Have a look in the shop…

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River Red Gum in Epping

This set of two images of an ancient River Red in Epping have been modified slightly and are now available as a large format prints. Fantastic late afternoon light on the gnarled branches that twisted and turned all the way to the ground.  

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Police clamp down on tall photographers

Kent Police set a new legal precedent last week, as they arrested a photographer on the unusual grounds of “being too tall”. This follows a year of increasingly unhappy incidents, in which continued reassurances from on high appear to have had little impact on how Police Forces deal with photographers – and reinforces a growing…

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