Bowenwood - 23rd June 2007 - Bowen, QLD Bowen was so happy to have the production of 'Australia' in town, that they created their own version of the hollywood sign on the local water-reservoir. I remember chatting with the unit stills-photographer about his amazing photography, being absolutely fascinated with his skills. Knowing less-than-nothing about computer processing images, he gave me a few basic concepts to play with, and off I went to mess with my photos. I really like the over-the-top 's-curve' applied to this photo's histogram. Nikon D50 + kit lens (@18mm), f5.6 for 1/125 sec ISO unknown
Baz Directs - 3rd September 2007 - somewhere about an hour-and-a-half from Kununurra, WA This was towards the end of our Location shooting, and I think the Main Boom Op had just returned to Sydney, I was bumped up from Utility. I find it both hilarious, and a little silly, that our set safety supervisor is 'helping' Baz maintain his balance atop the truck. Pentax Optio W10 point and shoot (35 equiv.) 38mm, f5.6 for 1/500 sec ISO 64
Gelato - 11th september 2011 - Circular Quay, Sydney Australia
Stopped for a quick icy-treat while walking around the touristy areas with a co-worker.
Captured with a Nikon D7000, 18-200 (at 44mm), f11, 1/500th sec, ISO 3200
(no idea why I used such inappropriate settings. Might have been due to the fact that I wasn't really a thoughtful photographer, it's mostly about the framing. So I might have just used the last settings the camera was on? Essentially over did both the shutter speed, and the depth of field for what I was trying to achieve, and the result is a whole bunch of unnecessary sensor noise)
Climbing the Bridge - 20th April 2010 - Story Bridge, Brisbane QLD I was fortunate enough to be able to capture this group climbing the bridge while on a photo-walk around the city. Love everything about this picture - from the framing, to the groups position, to the dark and moody skies. Nikon D50 +70-300mm kit lens (@300mm), f5.6 for 1/2000 sec ISO 200
Wyndham Races - 12th August 2007 - Wyndham, WA A bunch of the crew took a weekend day trip to go and see one of the only commercial race-tracks still operating on dirt. It was a smorgasbord of visual awesomeness Nikon D50+70-300 kit lens (@300mm), f 5.6 for 1/750 sec ISO unknown