Aussie Photo Adventures
The advantahges of walking with your camera, candid photo of tourists in Melbourne.

Walking with your camera

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Apart from the obvious health benefits of walking with your camera, there are hidden advantages as well. For instance, we can practice anyone of the […]

tips and tricks

FOTO TIP FRIDAYS

Just in time for your weekend viewing. Short videos aimed at beginners but often useful to more advanced photographers.

Click on the image to see the video.

 


TIP OF THE WEEK

What is Colour Space?

Most of us don’t give a seconds thought to the subject of Colour Space. Our cameras come pre-set with the colour space assigned, most often Srgb.
There are hundreds of colour spaces or colour recipes if you like. They are simply a set of instructions that your camera embeds into every photo you create. Instructions that tell other devices how to render the code of a digital file, so that the colours reproduce as accurately as possible.


HOLDING YOUR CAMERA STEADY…TIPS
Young woman holding her camera looking out ofver Murray River. Prom image for Excitations Photo Adventures youtube tips and tricks.

Click the image above for 3 minute video: camera holding tricks.


About Ian

Excitations Photo Adventures, photography instructor, Ian Mckenzie

Learn a little more about our chief instructor, Ian McKenzie. That’s the old bloke above, we have a Q&A session with him. Just click on the picture.

Vision

Golden sunset over Murray River near Mildura with water-skiers. Promotional image for Excitations Beginners Photography Course.

NEXT EVENT MARCH 2020

Details listed under Events


image file resolutions cover picture of twilight dusk landscape western NSW Australia. By Australian Photo Adventures and Excitations.
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Events

  1. Sunraysia Beginners Photography Workshop

    March 21 @ 1:00 pm - 5:30 pm

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happenings

TOP END ADVENTURE

Red mountains late afternoon light advertising a photo adventure to the top end by Excitations.
Late afternoon on hills near Georges Creek, on the Oodnadata Track, South Australia.

I’m contemplating a trip to the top-end of our beautiful island and intending to photograph some bloody big thunderstorms. We are currently looking at early November 2020. Our intention to capture build-up storms, not the wet variety which is often not photogenic.
Our group will consist of a maximum of 4-5 photographers, two vehicles, travelling from Victoria by road through South Australia into the Territory via a non-direct route. Non-direct because we are photographers, not tourists. Return by air.
Accommodation will be a mix of camping and hard roof motels/cabins. Tents will be a two-person size with single occupancy.
Pricing and logistics still to be finalized. Duration around 14 days.
If you are interested in joining us, please let us know, early. There is no cost for expressions of interest.