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Boats with a view....and a book in Docklands, Melbourne

Boats with a view….and a book in Docklands, Melbourne

Docklands is becoming the place to be when you have a boat. It's quite a trip to go to the bay, but hey, the water is so still that it…
8 years travelling the world and working as photographer, yes you can

8 years travelling the world and working as photographer, yes you can – Part 2

In the first part of my short story I covered from how to become a cruiser photographer to the first cruise…
Sunset on the new breakwater in St.Kilda, Melbourne

Sunset on the new breakwater in St.Kilda, Melbourne

The new St.Kilda pier for the local Royal Melbourne Yacht Squadron is now finished, there are just few pieces here and…
Capture movement in the landscape

Capture movement in the landscape

There’s no better way of bringing a dramatic scene to life than with a hint of movement. Whether it’s a…
post-soviet countries of Central Asia

5 photographers, 5 exciting stories from post soviet countries in Central Asia

The formal Soviet Union always fascinated me. Unfortunately I was never able to travel to Russia. I visited few times the…

PHOTO EVENT OF THE MONTH

VIDEO NASTY - Ian Haig

VIDEO NASTY – Ian Haig

OPENING NIGHT: FRIDAY APRIL 3, 6 – 9PM Strange Neighbour is pleased to presentVideo Nasty, a solo exhibition by Ian Haig. The…