Stayed at Mum and Dad's last weekend, and took the dSLR out there, mostly for a change of scenery. After a couple sets of City photos, I wanted some different subjects. And shooting the pets was the perfect opportunity to play around with a narrow depth-of-field. Got a few really good looking shots, and some beautiful colour — none of these have been post-processed.
I'm telling myself this isn't really cat blogging, because they're not my cats, and I don't intend to make them a regular feature. Nor shall I anthropomorphicise them if I can help it.
A couple more photos in the Cats, and Bird album.
I was thinking the other day, Why not just get a robotic dog? We keep pets because we like to pretend they love us in return (not that centuries of selective breeding have made them dependent on us), and of course it's crazy to talk to oneself out loud, but not quite so crazy to talk to a pet. Another generation and I expect talking to robots will be quite normal, and I'm not sure how I feel about that.
- Four Cities (26Dec2013)
In which I photograph Singapore, Shanghai, Hong Kong, and Sydney Harbour
- Dream City (30Apr2009)
In which I find a city that isn’t a City, and only really exists in a dream of itself
- Wangaratta 2009 (07Jan2009)
In which I snap family, and play with light
- WYD 2008 (23Jul2008)
In which I photograph a crowd, but can’t bring myself to join it
- Getting Lost in Victoria (14Apr2008)
In which I explore Torquay and Melbourne, and attempt to capture some of Victoria with light and glass
- Chinese New Year 2008 (24Mar2008)
- Sydney, NYE 2008 (03Jan2008)
In which the pretty colours make the fireworks worthwhile, and in which I shoot in near darkness
- Soominch Fashion Shoot (30Dec2007)
In which I am a fashion photographer
- Cat Blogging (22Sep2007)
In which I photograph much smaller subjects
- The City In Lockdown (08Sep2007)
In which I walk the long way around protesters, police lines, and labyrinthine wire fences, snapping images as I go
- A Day in the Life of the City (27Aug2007)
In which I break in the new dSLR