You often get amazing sunsets on Seven Mile Beach, but throw in a gap on the horizon and a winter lee wave and you get some incredible sky light.Read More
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.
I sometimes turn my opinions into words and add some nice pictures and share it.
Occasionally I get cool new toys or software to play with. Here’s my latest purchase …
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.
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.
You often get amazing sunsets on Seven Mile Beach, but throw in a gap on the horizon and a winter lee wave and you get some incredible sky light.
It might have been blowing a gale but on the beach it was a pleasant sunrise – vibrant colours splashed across the sky burning reds, oranges and pinks from horizon to horizon.
The Vienna Tourist Board created an awesome campaign designed to encourage travelers to break free from “rating pressure” and focus on what really matters on vacation. Inspired by them I sought out reviews of our local beaches and visitor hotspots and created my own Unrating campaign for beautiful South Coast NSW.
Has the online sharing of photography destroyed the pure heart of this artform? Let’s look at the evidence.