Most of you know of my orchid images and love seeing them so I will add some at the end of the post as this is what this is all about. As most of you would know from my absence that inspiration and motivation have been sadly lacking in my life since my hubby, Colin, passed away. Yes I am living, doing new things and trying to move on, but sadly inspiration and motivation have been a long way away, Continue reading Inspiration
Let the treasure hunt begin…. For those of you who have been following my photography for a while you will know how much I enjoy going out looking for the tiny terrestrial orchids that grow in Australia.Well it’s that time again and here are a few we have found so far. This is just a few to wet Continue reading Orchid Season is here
This is an orchid that is found in winter wet areas and this one we found in the Busselton area around Ruabon Rd. It was a rainy day so we had to dodge showers but it enabled us to get them with raindrops and water on them. When photographing any flower you should try to get as many angles as possible especially if you will be using the photos to identify the Continue reading Swamp Spider Orchid, Caladenia paludosa
Do you wish you could take better photos or were motivated to take more? I have good news for you and it’s not going to cost you a cent!!! Yep totally free. I am going to be posting tips, tricks, walkthroughs and more to help you when taking the image and when processing it. If you are subscribed to my newsletter you will receive a link to any articles I have put up during the week. If you want to Continue reading Do you love taking photos?
Macro either excites people or terrifies them. Flowers are a favourite starting point for many people wanting to get into macro photography, for two reasons. One is that they are readily available and two there are lots that aren’t really small. For others it is their love of gardening that draws them to photography and eventually macro as they want to record the changes that happen in their garden. Flowers are favourites for photographers Continue reading Learn how to Photograph Flowers and/or Night Photography
We have had a week of travelling the wildflower way in Western Australia’s mid north and have had a ball and seen lots of beautiful flowers. We have seen many traditional and well known wildflowers, but also some tiny and elusive orchids. I love hunting for terrestrial orchids, it feels like a great treasure hunt that is sometimes very rewarding and sometimes very disappointing. This area of Western Australia is one of the most diverse wildflower areas in the world. Continue reading Wildflower Country