Sunday, December 8, 2013

Beginning of the Wet-Season

We had plenty of rain yesterday, bucket loads, so Steven Nowakowski Panoscapes & I went on a photographic mission search of frogs and other creatures. In between the down pours we managed to find some interesting animals, mainly katydids & a few frogs. Shooting macro while holding an umbrella, camera and flash can be a bit challenging at times, but occasionally its worth it. Spent most of our time at Crystal Cascades & then stoney creek. Looking forward to more trips like this. Let the wet-season fun and games begin. Croak.
white lipped green-treefrog


Sunday, February 17, 2013

Testing New Flash (macro shots)

This started out like a normal night trip with photography friend Steven Nowakowski & I walking up a rainforest creek in search of frogs and other creatures. I was on a mission to test a new flash I had & also experiment with the new bracket arms mounted under my camera. Everything was going well until one of the flashes stopped working consistently. I also had a rather hard fall onto a granite boulder damaging my knee and also wacking the flash so hard it has not worked since. Anyway, here are a few shots from that excursion in the wet tropics of far north Queensland.

Monday, February 11, 2013

Frogs, butterflies and Spiders

I have been focussing on a few other things lately and become a bit slack with posting new images. Here are a few shots taken from a  small rainforest creek in the area and around the backyard.

Bumpy Rocketfrog (Litoria inermis)

This blog is intended to showcase some of my latest photos taken on photographic expeditions. If you wish to see what I use some of the photos for please visit my online Gallery shop at Naturesface Art.