The Start of a new project entitled Night Landscapes. On Tuesday night 15th May 2012 we started a new project. The aim is to produce a body of work that is shot at different locations around Melbourne. The first location was along the Merri Creek in Clifton Hill.
Recieved my new Nikon D800E on friday. These are some of images from the weekend using a B+W 77mm 3.0 ND 110 Filter. The file size and quality of these digital negatives are amazing I edited the images with Lightroom 4.1 and Nik software Silver Efex Pro 2
The 365 Day Experiment has now been developed into a fantastic book. I have produced a 226 Page book that contains all the images from the experiment. Over the last two months I have been working on the design and layout of the book which has culminated in a exciting softcover coffee table book. The cost of the book is $75.84 plus postage and handling.
Originally the inception for the experiment started with a change in our lives with the birth of our son. With each walk made came with it a number of images, which culminated in a single image, which encapsulated the daily journey. The hardest part of the 365 day experiment was making the decision about which image would represent the day.
I would like to thank my lovely supportive wife Anne who reluctantly become my chief editor and motivator. Also to Stefan Raabe for believing in the project and making an amazing documentary which not only showed my relationship with my son but also my love for photography. Finally I would like to thank my son Edmund for accompanying me on the walks and who was the inspiration for me embarking on this experiment.
My next project will be to publish a book containing all the images from the 365 Day Experiment. I hope to have the book completed by March 2012. If you would like to keep up to date with news regarding the book please subscribe to my website email:
If you have not seen the documentary made by Stefan Raabe called ‘Today Is This‘ follow the link: