Port Huon, Tasmania

Posted by Alex Wise on July 27, 2008

Port Huon, Tasmania

A little under an hour out of Hobart and is worth the early morning drive for photographers as the fog sits in the valley until lunch time which is quite stunning but a little cold. I find composing a shot to include reflections can make the shot much more visually appealing which would otherwise been quite boring? Just something which might be worth considering when composing.

I’ve been on the hunt for a new bookshelf recently to house my growing photography book collection. Some stunning books by Peter Dombrovskis, Wolfgang Glowacki and more sit underneath my desk collecting dusk which should be on a bookshelf so others can appreciate them also. Anyhow I’ve been looking at designs and over at WebUrbanist designs were on the interesting side (Click) which may be of interest..

I want a job at google! This behind the scenes is quite amazing, jealous! (Click)

Alex Wise (551 Posts)

I'm a twenty something male that currently lives in Melbourne, Australia. Originally from Tasmania, I moved to Melbourne in January 2011 and have since been shooting urban and seascape long exposures around Victoria. Away from photography I'm a sucker for a nice coffee, yoyo's and a good tv series.

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