Photography… what’s biosecurity got to do with it? It’s Springtime and, in some places, canola crops are coming into flower in all their spectacular glory. Inevitably, people stop to take photos because those endless fields of almost iridescent yellow are amazing. As such, it’s timely to be reminded about biosecurity. Don't let your desire for a photo overtake the importance of biosecurity.
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Always wondered where charter flight can take you? This is just three days with Airspeed Aviation, based at Scone. Day 1: Leaving behind a frosty Orange, NSW we flew to Hay in the western Riverina to pick up passengers. From Hay we flew over Menindee and the Darling River, and on to Broken Hill for lunch, including an excellent town tour guided by Clark
"What does professional photography cost?" ...is such a common question, and the answer can vary greatly. So, let’s reword the question to: “What does unprofessional photography cost?” As I’ve said in an earlier post: Photographs have value. Good photographs have even more value. A common example is photographs for your website. Your website is working for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Telling
Let’s talk about photography competitions and, specifically, Terms & Conditions There is a photography competition doing the rounds at the moment, that I’ve been tagged in or sent about seven times in the past couple of days “Hey, you should enter this!” The very first thing I do, and the very first thing anyone considering entering any competition should do, is read the Terms &
We live in a digital age… why do I need prints? On my desk is a photo in a frame. It’s not a particularly overwhelming piece of art. It’s a nice photo of a cat. My cat, in fact, whom I had when I was a child. His name was Fred, and he resembled Horse from Footrot Flats in personality. He had all the dogs