The results are in! I achieved a Highly Commended in this years Photographer of the Year 2019 by Australian Photography Magazine. Follow the link to read about my thoughts and see my entries.
Bundamba Lagoon in Ipswich Queensland Australia running during drought by Queensland and Australian Large Format Landscape photographer Murray Fox
Bundamba Lagoon, Ipswich, Queensland at sunrise, photographed by Queensland Landscape Photographer Murray Fox based in Australia on Large Format 4×5 Film Kodak Portra 160.
Two years ago there was a golden field of wheat as far as the eye could see around this old house. Now, the land is bone dry and barren. There will be no winter crop this season, there is no […]
I had a wonderful morning walking around Mt French near Boonah in the Scenic Rim of Queensland Australia. I captured this photograph of the top of the mountain, through the heather using Kodak Ektar 100 on my Crown Graphic 4×5 […]
I made a big mistake when photographing this old shack, but thankfully film is so forgiving and I was still able to get a usable image. 4×5 Large Format landscape photography. Read the blog for all the details.
I was fortunate enough to come across a great deal and as an end result I am now the happy owner of a 50+ something year old Crown Graphic 4×5 camera. Simplicity itself to use, it’s basically a light tight […]
Back home from our month long trip to the USA and it was amazing. We experienced so much and to be honest, it was a good break from photography. That’s not to say I didn’t take photos, in fact I […]
How to Photograph the Stars – In this tutorial Australian Landscape Photographer Murray Fox shows you how to work out the best settings to use, for the camera equipment you own now.
Sometimes the stars align, literally! I headed out with my good friend Craig Bachmann Photography and we met up with the owner of this fantastic private property. He had told us he had a great old shack we could photograph […]