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
Photographer of the Year 2018 - Commended - Murray Fox Australian Landscape, Astro & Weather Photographer
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
Stunning Panorama of the Together Trees near Fernvale in Queensland Australia. Sunrise / Dawn landscape Australian Panoramic Panorama Photographer Murray Fox

January 28, 2019

Together

A friend first shared a photo of these trees with me a few weeks back. Ever since then I’ve been chomping at the bit to get out and shoot them at sunrise. The location, the vista, the rolling hills behind
A stunning rural sunrise in South East Queensland Australia near Boonah in the Scenic Rim captured by Australian Landscape photographer Murray Fox

January 20, 2019

Rural Sunrise

I’m a very technical photographer. I tend to research a lot before venturing into the field and sometimes you can focus on these things too much, rather than just getting out there and taking photos. This weekend was a little
A beautiful sunflower in the early morning light. Captured by Australian Landscape, Storm & Weather photographer near Toowoomba on the Darling Downs of Queensland Australia

January 6, 2019

Sunflowers

Well a very Happy New Year to you all. For me the start of any new year is a great time not only for a well deserved break, but a great time to reflect on the previous 12 months and
Stunning Dead Trees captured on Fuji Acros 100 Black and White Medium Format Film using a Mamiya 645 1000s Camera by Australian Landscape, Storm and Weather Photographer Murray Fox in the Ipswich and Scenic Rim Area of Queensland Australia
On this morning I loaded up my Mamiya 1000s 645 medium format camera with a roll of Fuji Acros 100 Black and White film. Now sadly discontinued, this is a beautiful fine grain film that I find perfect for landscapes.
A simply amazing and super saturated sunrise over Moreton Bay at Redcliffe Peninsula north of Brisbane Queensland Australia captured on a Mamiya 645 Medium Format Film camera and Kodak Ektar 100 film
Well another roll of Kodak Ektar 100 Film in 120 Medium format done and dusted. I was very much looking forward to seeing how the shots on this roll came out. I actually had quite a variety of shoots on
Fast moving cell captured on Gopro Hero 7 Black video timelapse at Purga near Ipswich Queensland Australia.
Well pretty much out of no-where some cells started forming off the range west of home heading for the coast. They moved extremely fast and chasing was almost impossible. I gave up on even trying to get a photograph, instead
Finally got around to getting a roll developed and I’m 3/4 of the way through shooting another roll. I’m starting to get the hang of shooting film. For my film of choice for landscapes, Kodak Ektar 100, I’ve found you
A black and white long exposure photograph of the end of the train line in Ipswich Queensland Australia by Australian Landscape, Storm and Weather photographer Murray Fox
This weekend I felt like shooting something a little different. As we don’t have daylight savings here in Queensland, sunrise can be a hard thing to capture as it usually requires getting up at 3:30am to be on location in