Here are more photos of Northwest Australia in part four.
Part 3 of this photo dump from Northwestern Australia.
The second part of a photo dump from Australia’s Northwest.
Here we go.
Right. I have 63 photos to show you that haven’t made it onto this webpage yet. They are either forgotten images, they didn’t make the cut at the time or they have been put up elsewhere and never made it here. I will be dumping 10 or so images at a time untill i have the full 63 uploaded. This will give you a good flow of pictures for the week or whatever. I’ll try to give a title or description on each photo so you have an idea about it, or some backstory to ‘paint’ a better picture in your head. They are all from my time in North Western Australia over the Last two years. Mostly the Pilbara and a couple from Exmouth. Enjoy…
Here is a short video i made of some BMX talent in Karratha, Western Australia.
This short clip is made up of every photo i took on Jason and Lizzy’s wedding weekend and the 2 days before. About 40gb in 4 minutes, around 1300 images. On location in Whananaki, Northland, New Zealand.
This is my way of saying thanks for a great time up there. Beautiful place, Beautiful people. Cheers guys!
Music: Ween – I fell in love today
Camera: Canon 5DMKIII with 50mm ƒ/1.4, 14mm ƒ/2.8 and 70-200 ƒ/2.8 taken in RAW and converted to JPG, unedited except the first and last images in video.
Oh, and definitely watch this in full screen and with the speakers turned up!
Here are images from a visit to the old abandoned Claremont mental hospital in Perth. We jumped the fence around the outside, but the doors and windows were all boarded up real well making it impossible to get inside the building without bolt cutters or a drill. A friend got on the roof but there was no way down on the other side. He had been inside a few weeks earlier and the photos i’ve seen from in there are pretty cool. So many rooms with old stuff left behind and graffiti on the walls. I hope to get inside properly one day. The following photos are just from the outside last week.
I recently went to Perth for a few days, armed with my camera, a 50mm ƒ/1.4 lens and a few days to spare in the city streets. I had other lenses with me but only used this 50mm fixed as it is new and i wanted to learn it well. I saw a lot of great old buildings in the city that i would have loved to photograph with a wide angle, but i’m kinda happy with sticking to one lens this time. It was nice knowing what the image would fit in before bringing the viewfinder to my eye. I got used to it. It’s my new favorite lens. Following this are a few of the images i captured during my few days in Perth. I think some show the City’s not so much hidden but not so seen aspects, others show everyday life. Perth’s City alleyways connecting the streets together were my favorite to photograph.