Photography 101: When darkness abounds adjust the aperture.
Yes, yes,we know, we recently promised you that there was light at the end of the tunnel. And there is, even though regrettably, it persists as just a pinpoint. But take heart that during these tough times, there are good savings on offer to help the bottom line. Like Wildlight’s 30% discount on all image prices, which runs until the end of June. We hope you’ve had a chance to take advantage of the savings before now or will do so while they last in the month ahead. A penny saved is a penny earned!
We lift you up!
Using our superior knowledge of photography, we confirm that you can photograph a rainbow, although that pot of gold at its foot is a little more elusive to capture. It’s why we continue to build a library of thoroughly cheerful images that will gladden your heart and the hearts and minds of the people who see your work. After all, we all need some cheering up these days. We’re sure you can spare a couple of minutes for a good laugh out loud - so dive in here for a slideshow of 50 quick funnies from our archive.
Just in today - Water, water every where…
We’ve just received some fresh aerial images of waterlogged Lake Eyre (with a side trip to spectacular Wilpena Pound) taken by Grenville Turner, so lots to see now and to look forward to at Wildlight Photo Agency, perpetual visual chroniclers of things Australian.
Be uplifted by Brian Eno’s wonderful image projections onto the sails of the Sydney Opera House that I recently photographed and which now join our large collection of pictures of this great landmark. Pip Blackwood’s new photos of camel racing out the back of Bourke will make you laugh and Dean Cox’s gallery of close up floral images from Australian gardens is sure to brighten your day. Dean is the technical sales rep for large-format printers at AGFA Graphics and a great font of wisdom for us here at Wildlight as he is for anyone seeking picture perfect solutions in print. Jeff Drewitz takes us off the road again with an energetic series of new images of motoring derring-do in the Victorian Alpine region, where the eagles cry, on a mountain high. There’s a memorable shot of Jeff fording the uncharacteristically swiftly flowing Murray River in his newly kitted out Land Cruiser. Take a spin through our library of all-Australian images at wildlight.net; seeing a folio of spectacular scenics like Shane Pedersen’s recent pix of Tasmania is bound to make you fall in love with dear old Oz all over again.