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Autumn

There’s still three weeks left to see the exhibition of limited edition prints by David Bigwood and Deb Paton, sponsored by Snowy Mountains Creative, in the exhibition space at the Jindabyne Visitor Centre. Here are two of the prints each image measuring 42x30cms and matted in frames.

I realise that many of you are unable to visit this exhibition so for those who would like to see the limited edition pictures of the Snowy Mountains that I will be displaying I shall put together an e-book which I will send free of charge to those who send me an e-mail address (use the form under the Contact tab) to which they want the e-book sent. Those e-mail addresses will never be divulged to any other person or corporation.

Snowy Mountains Creative invites you to an exhibition of limited edition prints by photographer David Bigwood and graphic artist Deb Paton, at the gallery in the Snowy Region Visitor Centre in Jindabyne.
The exhibition will be open all March, the centre opening hours are 8.30 am to 5pm each day

Two pictures added to the Home Decor page (Shop>Photographic prints>Home decor)

Newly added to the prints for sale in a variety of sizes. (Shop>Photographic Prints>Snowy Mountains, Australia) Click on the picture for a larger image.

I was lucky enough to be taken recently to Delegate, a small town in the Snowy Mountains region, by a friend. It was an opportunity for me to take my camera out and shoot a few pictures which I have been neglecting to do for a long time. The town was interesting and although the weather was so so I managed to make some pictures that I was reasonably happy with. It was good to be behind the camera again and my enthusiasm for photography has been rekindled. Thank goodness for friends! These pictures are now available for licensing through Alamy.

Another of my e-books that is popular.

In the days of film BD (before digital) no self-respecting landscape photographer would leave home without an armoury of filters. Then came digital and Photoshop and it seemed that the days of filters for every occasion were numbered. My expensive collection of Lee filters was consigned to my spare camera bag.
But, keen reader of photography books as I am, I noted that filters were getting mentioned again and again and again. The final straw was when I was browsing through a book by one of my favourite photographers, David Noton, who mentioned time and time again the use of his polariser, neutral density (ND) graduated and neutral density full filters. (David Noton: Full Frame (David and Charles) 978-0-7153-3614-4) If they were good enough for a brilliant photographer like him, who was I to forego them. So a scrabble through my spare bag ensued and I went forth suitably filtered.
Not, I hasten to add, with the full arsenal that I used to carry in film days but with those that are proving useful in digital days to improve the results out of the camera so that less time has to be spent in processing in front of the computer.

To buy, go to my ‘Home’ page tab above and click on ‘To see my e-books on photography available for tablet readers, including Kindle, and for reading on your computer’. Then click on ‘Introduction to Filters for Digital Photography’.

You are invited to view my photography Facebook page at https://tinyurl.com/y92z65a9

Just added to the prints for sale under the ‘Shop’ and ‘Photographic Prints’ tabs.

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One of the prints available through the ‘Shop’ tab. There are many others so do have a look. You never know what you might find.

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