This post is in a way sponsored by the 3rd Grade Women hockey team I coached this year, who were kind enough to present me with a gift voucher following the season.
With it, I bought an ND (Natural Density) filter - in my terms, a dark film for the camera to enable longer shutter speeds and a different perspective during the day time.
With the majestic Emerald Princess in town, I seized a quick opportunity to zip down to the Hobart waterfront en route to work on Friday to capture some moments through the lens. The mass of visitors disembarking the ship set up some great shots and some even better conversations about what I was doing.
Many a people were also found dodging the line of sight to not interrupt each shot, but were warmly welcomed to provide movement and context.
It's been great experimenting with the new equipment, and forgetting the tripod provided an opportunity to get low to the ground and provide a lower view on things. Not being a swanky photographer, it's nice to add another tool to the arsenal to be able to use when the situation requires it.
July 14, 2018
In this post I share a clutch find clothing item that covered rail, hail or shine during six weeks travelling Europe.
June 15, 2018
Forgetting to update my Instagram bio link each time I'd change it, and wanted to share with you a resource that solves this problem.