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The Beginning

This is a big day for me – finally starting a photography blog. I was at a Christian Fletcher & Nick Rains course over the weekend in Bunker Bay. When we were packing up to head home on Sunday, Merv (another attendee) asked whether I had a blog. I was quite embarrased to say ‘no’. So to repair the damage and regain some credibility I’ve kicked off my blog with a couple of images from the weekend course. I haven’t spent much time on them and have applied some very recently learned techniques – but you have to start somewhere…

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7 responses

  1. Welcome to blog world mate … alll you have to do now is keep up the posts.

    I haven’t had time to even look at much from the weekend shoot yet.

    Cheers

    Merv.

    January 28, 2011 at 2:29 pm

    • Thanks Merv – I’ll be posting again on the weekend. I left the lappy 486 in Perth while I’m in K town so that I actually get some sleep. Otherwise I would be up to midnight fiddling with Freak Details and layer masks. I haven’t checked your blog yet as my work computer seems to think wordpress is some kind of malignant virus…

      February 3, 2011 at 2:31 am

  2. muzz

    Nice work Scott – good to see some new techniques there.

    Don’t let Merv pressure you – he’s been at me for months to start a blog but I’m winning so far.

    Looking forward to more.

    January 30, 2011 at 11:01 am

    • I bowed to the pressure. Merv’s position at the head of WA photography was too much to handle…

      February 3, 2011 at 2:29 am

  3. Welcome to the big bad world of blogging Scott. Thanks for coming to the Bunker Bay workshop. Now you need to feed the thing, get yourself linked up to others and you will start to get lots of followers and comments. I will link you up now so you should see some traffic coming your way. Nice pics too. Can’t believe I didn’t have my camera for the sunset!

    January 31, 2011 at 2:09 am

    • Hi Christian,

      Thanks for the link – much appreciated. I’m in Karratha at the moment and I went down to Hearson’s Cove yesterday at sunset so I’ll be posting something on the weekend. It’s an awesome time of year here with lot’s of thunderstorms bringing clouds in. Sugarloaf was awesome that day – I had so many good shots it was hard to tell which ones to process. Was thinking of heading down south again in a couple of weeks with a couple of mates that surf and shoot at dawn at Injidup. Should be good. I’ll see you at the Pilbara Project launch.

      Scott

      February 3, 2011 at 2:27 am

  4. Jane Bochenek

    A beautiful contrast Scott. Love the blog.

    February 1, 2011 at 12:09 am

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