Backyard Astro – Orion Nebula

Well I’m starting to get everything dialed in, learning a new workflow from setup to capture to post processing is always a challenge, but oh so rewarding! Tthe weather predictions (I use cloudfreenight.com) said the clouds would stay away last […]

Staying home – Time for Astrophotography

Well the world has gone crazy and many changes have come into effect and many people are suffering. For myself we are as safe and secure as we can be. We only visit the outside world for work and necessities, […]

Running Dry

Australian Landscape Photography - Murray Fox - Bundamba Lagoon in Ipswich Queensland Australia at very low water levels on New Years Day 2020. It is very drought affected. Photograph by Queensland Large Format Landscape Photographer Murray Fox.

Bundamba Lagoon in Ipswich Queensland Australia running during drought by Queensland and Australian Large Format Landscape photographer Murray Fox

Drought House

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

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 […]

Mt French

Australian Landscape Photography - Murray Fox -Mt French near Boonah in the Scenic Rim of Queensland captured in beautiful spring colours on Kodak Ektar 100 film by Australian Landscape photographer Murray Fox

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 […]

This Old Shack – Making Mistakes & Loving it

Australian Landscape Photography - Murray Fox -This Old Shack sits on a property near Ipswich Queensland Australia. 4x5 Large Format Black and White Film photograph on Kodak Tmax 100 by Australian Landscape photographer Murray Fox

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.