Author Archives: Fletchie


Tasmania East Coast – Freycinet

I finally had the time to get down to Tasmania for a small photo trip. Planning out the itinerary, you don’t realise how big Tassie actually is! I had to cull down a few spots on the to-see list to fit things in for the 9 days I was there. I ended up settling to mostly the east coast to cover Freycinet and the Bay […]

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Sunshine Coast

Another quick trip, this time up to the Sunshine Coast for a bit of a break and photo opportunity. I was looking forward to escaping the cold weather of Melbourne and getting a bit of sun…. but the weather had other ideas and unfortunately was windy and rainy for most of the time! Making the most of it, I went on a bit of drive […]

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I was lucky enough to get up to the Northern Territory for a quick 4 day escape in November. Uluru (Ayres Rock) has always been on my photo bucket list, so I was pretty excited to be able to see it in person. It is huge! A lot bigger than I thought it was anyway. The base walk around the bottom is just over 10Kms […]

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Bridgewater Bay

On the search for another sunset spot; this time further down the Mornington Peninsula cost at a place called Blairgowrie. Around the backside facing Bass Strait there is a place called Bridgewater Bay. This spot is a little popular with photographers as it provides some great long exposure opportunities with many rock formations and the sun setting in the backdrop. I was a little pessimistic […]

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Seaford Pier

After a bit of a lull in shooting, I kicked myself into gear and jumped onto google maps to try and find a new great spot to capture at sunset. I wanted something pointing West where the sun would set, so looked over towards the east part of Port Phillip Bay. Google maps is so handy! Found Seaford Pier which looked perfect – it was […]

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This week I managed to get to a couple of friend’s places to take a few shots of the new additions to their families. Taking photos of kids is always a challenge, but very rewarding. Like everything, light is the main factor I consider when out on location. I try to get away with just natural light from a window or similar, but have my […]

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Something New – Real Estate

I was recently asked if I could take some photos of a holiday rental property to be used in brochures and the like. Well… this was a first for me! My mind instantly started to think of what kind of photos this required. Being a holiday house down in Rye, I thought I’d need loads of light to make it bright and ‘summery’. I also […]

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Had a quick escape up north to Hamilton Island to flee the cold winter in Melbourne. The weather was perfect for the first couple of days, so made the most of it getting up early for some sunrises and taking a helicopter trip out to Hardy Reef via Whitehaven beach; something that has been on my photo to-do list for a while now. The first […]

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Search4Hurt Magazine

A few weeks ago I was asked to help out Australian Water Polo with some photos for a magazine called Search 4 Hurt. I caught up with the superstar Rowie Webster who is a member of the Australian Womens Water Polo team the Stingers. Here are some of the images that we came up with, including the front page cover of the Search 4 Hurt […]

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NWPL – Vic Seals in Wodonga

Waves, Wodonga played host to the Victorian Seals for their home games against the Cronulla Sharks for round 5 of the National Water Polo League. This is the second year that the Vic Seals have headed up to the border town to promote the sport of Water Polo. The new outdoor pool up there is a ripper! Here are some of the shots  

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