Month: October 2013

The making of a landscape image – Floating Crumbs

By Mel Sinclair (One Stop Photo Workshops tutor for Brisbane) “How lucky are you right now?” my alter ego spoke to me in disbelief. “Seriously! Shake your head, bat your eyelids, yes kiddo, this is real, you are really standing at the edge of a glacial lagoon on the other side of the world!” There […]

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The making of a landscape image – Miners Beach

By Ricardo Da Cunha (One Stop Photo Workshops tutor for Melbourne) For a long time the vast majority of my images came as a result of planning. They were born from a pre-visualisation in my head and patience for the right conditions to come together. However these days I must admit I do very little […]

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The making of a landscape image – Granite Bay

by Bob Simpson (One Stop Photo Workshops tutor for the Sunshine Coast) Over the coming months we plan to highlight the work of our photography workshop tutors by posting behind-the-scenes looks at some of their favourite images. Every image we create as photographers is the result of a series of practical, technical and artistic decisions […]

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