The success of my Bendigo War Memorial photo taken a few years ago has been nice, being published a few times, especially in the UK magazines. I also threw it up for critique a while back and based on that critique I have made a second edit of the original HDR photo. To describe the changes I decided to correct the lens distortion to make the building more realistic. Initially I really liked the perspective created by the lens distortion, but wanted to see an edit with this corrected. This was the main correction. I’ve also extended the width to […]
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I recently had the opportunity to tour a palm oil processing plant in northern Bengkulu. I originally met the owners through the Save Bona campaign. It was at first surprising to me to see these people getting so involved in the environmental aspects of the palm oil processing. But a very welcome surprise. As I got to know the owners even more it become very apparent that they were well on board with trying to co-exist with the current environment and local people. It is amazing to have met these people that I now call friends and hope to work […]
The dramatic clouds and the curvy lines leading the eye. I do like the this composition. The paddy fields of Solok in west Sumatra remind me that the simple things in life are often the best. The culture that survives by their crops and market place sales seems to be so much happier than a first world culture. The hill sides of Solok are covered in these majestic paddy fields. I love photographing them as there is something soothing about the formation and composition of these fields.