Freelance writing. Out of the urban clutter of the East and now situated on the Pittwater.
Published March 10th 2015
An Odessey of Photography at Chatswood
You can explore a plethora of amazing, stunning, light filled, adventurous, natural, nature inspired, travel and manipulated images at the Exploring Different Perspectives' Photography Exhibition.
Produced by an enthusiastic and inspiring group of amateur photographers who cover all areas of photographic exploration, from storm chasing with thunderstorms striking, to the antarctic exploration and stunning ice formations.
The delicate yet strong ballet dancers movements playing with the concept of shadow is simplistically beautiful.
There are amazing shots of street life in Cuba that are stuck in an era that blends old, new and everything inbetween. I did not see any Cuban cigars, but I did see a number of blue Cuban cars and effects created with photoshop.
Paper work can be all consuming, especially if masses of colour and beautiful lighting effects fill your images. Making something beyond what has been simply made.
Families and friends as well as photographic enthusiasts were present for the opening. Three generations were present with at least one photographer.
There is the black and white depiction of the fading flowers. This selection of images moved me the most, not just because of the images explored, but that there was something more precious in the process of the conceptualisation of these images.
See the cockatoos against the clouds? This is a gentle image of a scene that involves the searching out of clouds and storm shots that the photographer has been prepared to take a bit of risk to get perfect.
Muted beach scenes were beautifully calming, watch work images and a display of water and sky, manipulated by the photographer to create images beyond what we normally see.
Ice Lines - Images of Antarctica
The Parallaxis Photography Group are 9 very enthusiastic and focused local amateur photographers who do really enjoy the process of creating images that are expressive fine art photographs.
The exhibition consists of a wide variety of images and techniques including colour and monochrome. The photographs explore different perspectives, communications and meaning.