Not much colour forecast on this particular evening but I fancied a fly of my drone and so headed down to Gerroa to capture the sunset.
Where I’ve been going and what I’ve been photographing. When I head out to photograph a sunrise or a sunset, or spend some time on a particular beach or in a particular town, I put them in collections.
The forecast wasn't great for sunrise, but I didn't care, I went anyway. And as it happened some surprise visitors showed up on Seven Mile.
With a great sunset in prospect, I headed out early down into Booderee National Park and the stunning Green Patch beach.
I sometimes turn my opinions into words and add some nice pictures and share it.
Time for a reality check - drones are not spying on you and they never have been. Here's why.
Occasionally I get cool new toys or software to play with. Here’s my latest purchase …
The days of scrambling around in Soundcloud, YouTube or Facebook's free music libraries are over - you can improve your videos with top-notch music that …
How to do stuff and how to use stuff. Probably not how to immobilise an armed assailant, but, you know, photography related tips and tricks.
This is a guide to the OzRunways app which can be used by Australian drone pilots to ensure they are not flying in restricted airspace. …
Bioluminescent algae is an amazing and rare natural phenomenon and an amazing occurence to photograph. Here's how to maximise your chances of seeing it and …
My lightning shot got a bit of attention and I was asked how best to capture such scenes, so here's a little guide.
Hey there. I’m Andy Hutchinson and for the last 14 years I’ve been photographing, blogging (and more recently vlogging) about everything I find, see and enjoy here in South Coast, New South Wales. This is my blogging site focused on my hobby (and part-time job) of photography. Please enjoy my little writing and my photography and I’d love to hear your feedback.