ANZAC Day – 25 April – is probably Australia’s most important national occasion. It marks the anniversary of the first major military action fought by Australian and New Zealand forces during the First World War.
The 2013 Brisbane ANZAC Day Parade commences at 10am Thursday 25th April at the corner of George and Elizabeth Streets and will finish at approximately 1pm. A large amount of people went to the city and follow the events.
In this bolg, I will publish some of photos which taken by me on ANZAC day.
There were lots of photographers went to the event and use their cameras to record the event on that day. However, I want to shoot somthing special. In my images I use B&W to make them look more memorable and I use wide angle lens in the majority of my images. I paied more attention on normal people who were watching the event rather than recording…
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The most lively time!
In this blog I will share some of my photos which are taken at Friday night.
Skateboarding to me isn’t just a sport I picked up growing up as a kid, but has been a passion of mine. The combination of skating and photography has been going around for many years now – capturing those moments and action shots. Most skateboarding magazines are visually intended to show a lot of skaters doing tricks at spots mainly found in the streets.
I recently came upon a book titled ‘Full Bleed – NEW YORK CITY SKATEBOARD PHOTOGRAPHY’ by Alex Corporan, Andre Razo and Ivory Serra, which I first read an article online on VICE’s website. This book really hit me, not only because it was based around skateboarding, but because the book is generally based in the heart of New York City. Which there skating the streets is a singular experience for one individual. The images produced in New York are quite unique due to the skaters and the vast…
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