Month: February 2019

In the field Video – Photographing the Together Panorama

One of my aims this year is to record and share with you in the field videos as I capture my photographs. I’ll also be doing more editing videos with the aim of sharing my knowledge with you all. All my videos will be shared here from Youtube, head to my channel there and be sure to like this video (if you do!) and subscribe to my channel if you would like to see more.

The editing of this photograph ended up being over 3 hours long due to the amount of sets of panos I captured so I haven’t recorded it for this photograph, will try again for the next one.

Anyway, enjoy this beautiful morning, and learn just what went into getting the shot.

Until next time, be sure to visit again soon to keep up to date with all my work.

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Photographer of the Year 2018 - Commended - Murray Fox Australian Landscape, Astro & Weather Photographer

Commended in Australian Photographer of the Year 2018

I’m very happy to let you all know I received a commendation for my entry into this years Australian Photographer of the Year. My entry was 4 photographs from my Nightscape portfolio entered under the title, Rural Nights. With thousands of entries all competing, I’ve very happy with the result.

Astro season is starting again now, I look forward to capturing many more creative photographs using all the techniques I devised and put into practice last season. I have quite a few ideas already planned, as for me if I’m not out there taking the photos, I’m thinking about taking the photos.

Here is a copy of the award I received, and the photographs I entered. All of these photos are available for purchase as an open edition print on Acrylic, contact me for pricing and details (free shipping Australia wide!)


Let me know in the comments below which is your favourite photo!

I’m out hunting for more panoramic landscapes this weekend as we finally appear to have clouds. This morning was a failed attempt but I’ll keep trying until I get the photographs I want. That’s the fun of working with mother nature, you can never truly predict what happens next. Until next time, thank you for reading.

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