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Our State Of Mind Affects Our Creativity

Have you ever noticed how often your moods change over a single day? I find mine can swing rapidly, even when it seems nothing has happened to change my mood. No bad news. No good news. Maybe it’s the lack of news? There is a myriad of emotional states that apply to the human condition. […]

The Eagles Eye

THE EAGLE’S EYE Ears that can hear the breaking of a day. Eyes that can see a shadow as it shifts across an empty sky. Energy drawn from the dark recesses of the earth, held in reserve for every waking moment, waiting for the need to feel the fear, to flee to stay alive, a […]

Ten Top Creative Life Tips

1    Start with the small goals and get into the habit of setting them, achieving them, and celebrating their achievement is a good way to proceed. 2   Creative self-doubt is healthy. Learn to love it. It is a fundamental element of the creative process. 3   This year you may lose something you […]

Save The Tarkine

Just returned from Tasmania and after two weeks wandering too and from I return with that same feeling as I always do, emotionally uplifted and depressed both at the same time. On the one hand, I see so many tourists just ecstatic about their daily connections with the wonders of nature. In fact, we sat […]

Fine Art Photography: Definition and Style

The opportunity for photographers to explore their favourite artistic styles through both the capture and manipulation of images has never been possible than in more recent times; as an example the joy of a wildflower bloom after rain (above).  Through photoshop and a wide range of plug-in software like Topaz, On1, Alien Skin and many […]

Tarkine Patrol

An image from the Pieman River and poem inspired by a trip to the Tarkine in 2015 I will be taking a small group of photographers through the Tarkine in a few weeks and we are all excited as a child’s first visit to a candy store.  None the less as with many of Australia’s […]

Over Time – A Photographers Connection with Landscape

Not so very long ago the most commonly made remark I heard from photographers was, ‘I made this picture, which is sort of OK, but it does not reflect what I felt when I took it!’ “Where’s the wind in my hair? The smell of eucalyptus or desert oaks and the bird that chattered in […]

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