Tag: colour

Australian Landscape Photography - Murray Fox -Bundamba Lagoon, Ipswich, Queensland, Australia at sunrise on Kodak Portra 160 4x5 Large Format Film by Australian Landscape Photographer Murray Fox

My colour 4×5 large format film Journey begins – Lagoon Sunrise

Bundamba Lagoon, Ipswich, Queensland at sunrise, photographed by Queensland Landscape Photographer Murray Fox based in Australia on Large Format 4x5 Film Kodak Portra 160.

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Australian Landscape Photography - Murray Fox -An old farm house sits in a drought dry field near Gatton in the Lockyer Valley of Queensland Australia. Photographed by Australian Landscape photographer Murray Fox

Drought House

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 water. The drought continues on and we pray for rain. Photographed with my Crown Graphic 4×5 Camera on Kodak Portra 160 film.

An old farm house sits in a drought dry field near Gatton in the Lockyer Valley of Queensland Australia. Photographed by Australian Landscape photographer Murray Fox

Australian Landscape Photography - Murray Fox A gigantic eagles nest sits at the top of the largest tree in the area, highlighted by the core of the milkyway as photographed by Australian Landscape photographer Murray Fox in the Lockyer Valley of Queensland Australia.

Where Eagles Dare – Astro Photograph

A gigantic Eagles Nest sits at the top of the tallest tree in the area, beautifully surrounded by the amazing core of the Milkyway. A photograph by Australian Landscape Photography Murray Fox, captured in Queensland Australia.

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Australian Landscape Photography - Murray Fox The perfect Australian night scene with an old shack overlooking the landscape and a wonderful dead tree, under the core of the Milky Way in Queensland Australia as photographed by Australian landscape photographer Murray Fox

Rural Nights – Astro Photograph

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 and we had no idea what we were in for. As soon as I saw the shack I let out a whoop, then I saw the tree and instantly an idea formed of how I wanted to frame this.

It took a few minutes for our eyes to adjust and really locate the core of the Milky Way. OMG! Straight out from the tree! Quickly we set about shooting, getting the multiple shots for the stars to stack and reduce noise, and one of them captured a meteorite! Geez talk about winning.

Next we set about light painting, and this was the first test of my new Lumanzi L1 light cube, WOW! This tiny little thing puts out a tonne of light, and it has gels. We used an orange one to light up the inside of the shack.

Combined with the air glow in the distance, passing cloud and some haze, there was colour everywhere in this photo. A few hours on the computer brought all 21 frames together to create the final image I had envisioned. Love it!

Thank you again to the owner for not only telling us about this location and opening your gates to us, but for running around with my light, painting the scene at my direction lol! Gotta love a free recruit 🙂

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Thank you very much for taking the time to read, leave a comment below if you think this really is a great Aussie landscape 🙂

The perfect Australian night scene with an old shack overlooking the landscape and a wonderful dead tree, under the core of the Milky Way in Queensland Australia as photographed by Australian landscape photographer Murray Fox

Gear used : Sony A7 and Samyang 14mm, Lumanzi L1 Light cube, Manfrotto Tripod, Shutter Boss cabled remote trigger, and one property owner! 🙂

Australian Landscape Photography - Murray Fox Down The Line - Skylines by Murray Fox. A landscape photograph of train lines near Rosewood in Ipswich Queensland Australia through the fog as sunrise approaches throwing wonderful light rays into the sky. Photographed by Australian Landscape Photographer Murray Fox

Down The Line – Skylines by Murray Fox

Rays of light shine through the sky as sunrise approaches down the train line in this latest Skylines Photograph by Australian Landscape photographer Murray Fox in Queensland Australia. Suitably titled Down The Line.

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