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AIPP NSW Photography Awards
Well I managed to ‘one up’ my previous efforts at the NSW AIPP Photography awards, this time I was awarded two silvers (as apposed to one). I hope these images do just as well in the APPA’s (Australia wide competition) next month. I’m looking for at least two silvers and the associated points to go […]

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Date: April 10, 2012
Freshwater Reserve, Australia
The first light this morning, about 45 minutes before dawn the sky was a really deep orange, worth a photograph on an otherwise uninteresting cloudless sunrise. I went out to my local beach with the Northern Beaches, Seascape Flickr group (check them out here) who are out most weekends, check out the video and you […]

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Date: March 24, 2012
Lee Duguid Photography – Corporate Video
If you ever wondered how good my acting was, well now you can find out with the release of my Photography Education promotional video. I know what you are thinking, what a natural! Or was it…he doesn’t smile much and wow he talks a lot! Well I was actually training the basics to my willing […]

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Date: March 21, 2012
Mona Vale, Sydney, Australia
I don’t think I will ever be good at getting up in the morning. Even with these late starts, as winter finds its way South, I struggle. On Sunday high tide pretty much coincided with sunrise so myself and another local photographer Nick Fletcher decided to shoot Mona Vale rock pool. Arriving at 6am (45 […]

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Date: March 19, 2012
Dee Why, Northern Beaches, Australia
The waves were massive at Dee Why when I arrived, I knew they would be big but hadn’t see anything like it for a while. The great thing about Dee Why is that you can literally stand only a few feet away from the surfers as they ride the break near the rock shelf. Around the back […]

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Date: March 17, 2012
Time-lapse Tilt-shift Cole Classic
I’m pleased to finally release this years Cole Classic time-lapse tilt-shift video. Thanks to Danny Irvine for helping me out on this one, between us we managed to get some interesting perspectives and sequences. Danny drove down from the Central Coast to meet me at 5.30am, quite an achievement considering I struggled to roll out […]

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Date: March 1, 2012
Long Reef – Sea Turtle
I was out teaching time lapse last night at Long Reef and decided to stick around for sunset. It gets very windy out there and last night was no exception. I decided to seek some shelter walking to the Northern side, my camera/tripod was getting blown over making it impossible to take long exposures. As […]

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Date: February 22, 2012
Long Reef Sunrise
An early morning visit to Long Reef didn’t result in the colourful sunrise I had hoped for. Instead the sun didn’t even make an apperance. Seeing the large band of cloud sat on the horizon most photographers would have given up favouring more sleep. A reassuring lesson on my part, good photos can be taken in […]

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Date: February 1, 2012
Wollogorang Canola Fields
A simple yet striking composition, a yellow canola field, grey sky and a lone tree. Photographed on route back from a weekend trip from Canberra the canola fields lined the road South of Goulburn. With a fixed 50mm I wondered the edge of the field looking to compose the lone tree off centre with a […]

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Date: October 14, 2011
Coogee, Australia
I’ve wanted to shoot Coogee for some time now. I lived there as a backpacker (don’t we all?) in 2003 so it’s somewhere close to my heart. The rock pool is an obvious focal point but I wanted to represent it in a unique way and choose a more minimalistic composition photographing from high above […]

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