Clifton gardens

Day +882: Clifton Gardens

Clifton Gardens is located in Sydney’s north, near Taronga Zoo. It’s easily accessible by car, with parking directly at the gardens (for a fee), or in one of the nearby streets (connected by a steep stairway). It’s a great place to bring your family for a picnic, a little dip in the ocean, or for […]

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Day +720: Barangaroo

Hi guys. It’s been awhile since I last posted. Since then, we’ve been to WPPI in Las Vegas, and learnt a whole lot about wedding and portrait photography (and by the way, I’m testing out a new font for this post). I’m also in the process of updating my website to make it more user-friendly […]

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Day +573: Street Photography

I personally find street photography really difficult. It’s a controversial area of photography, where you are taking photographs of people without necessarily getting their permission first. It’s candid, but it creates a level of stress that you don’t have in other areas of photography. There are 2 basic ways to do street photography: Ask permission […]

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Day +352: Birthday Fun

Family fun day in the city, turned into a little impromptu photoshoot behind the Art Gallery (we were going to go inside, but they wanted me to check in my backpack with my camera gear to the cloak room). Sorry, I don’t post photos of my daughter here… Oh BTW, in the featured image above, […]

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Day +338: Easter

Yesterday, we went to the Royal Easter Show. It has been years since we last went, so we thought we would check it out. Historically, we have felt that the show was a crowded, hot, disorganised mess; it was a pleasant surprise that things have improved a bit. Any carnival / theme park has a […]

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Day +303: The Beach

A lot of people think that I’m strange-┬áliving in a place like Australia and not liking beaches. In fact, I’m not a fan of hot weather at all. This weekend, we decided to venture to Palm Beach. Have you ever had the feeling that when you go on vacation, you can photograph almost anything, but […]

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