Archive for the 'Landscape' Category

Moody Sky

My Sunday photographic shoot turned out to be a very foggy day, however, this provided some excellent opportunities for moody shots on the fringes of the fog. Looking down into the valleys covered in their bed of fog is always an inviting view. I took quite a number of shots overlooking Queenstown, Arrowtown, the Gibbston […]

Panorama Shots

The Canon G3 like most compact digital cameras has a panorama feature which allows you to align the next shot in the sequence with part of the previous image. Ideally, you’d want to use a tripod to ensure the most accurate results, but good results can still be achieved with hand held shots. Obviously, the […]

Canon G3 and 300D comparison

Generally, I take both my Canon G3 and Canon 300D cameras with me on photographic shoots. I often use the G3 for quick shots like taking a photo of an information sign so that I view the details of the area I’ve been. With the 300D being a larger camera, I usually reserve it for […]

Day out in the Maniototo

Today dawned as a crisp blue day. I was tossing up between heading out to Glenorchy where there was possibly some good new snow (most of the recent snow missed the Queenstown area), or heading out to Blue Lake at St Bathans. In the end, St Bathans won out as it was a very still […]