After exploring Horse Head Rock on NSW's Sapphire Coast, my father and I returned to Kiama's Cathedral Rocks—an old favourite seascape location of ours. Scoping out the rocks and lighting in the evening, we were determined to visit again at sunrise on the higher tide.
In mid-2017 my father and I drove into the heart of Australia to capture some astrophotography of Uluru. I’ve already shared those images, yet this image at the base of Uluru has been left untouched on my hard drive. Why?
When we have an idealised concept of the “perfect image”, our shortcomings in failing to produce it can be paralysing. What’s the solution? Continual improvement. Showing up to practice, and giving yourself the freedom to fail.
The sophomore guest on Ask A Photographer is none other than Mr Green Senior himself, Craig Green. In this interview, I turn the spotlight over to him, picking his brain for his own approach to photography.
Like many fellow enthusiast photographers, I'm sure, I've struggled with how to transform something that's enjoyable, into something that actually produces a significant amount of money. With how to turn the hobby I love into a living.