Wordless Wednesday - Dreaming of Blue Skies & Holidays | Kylie Purtell - Capturing Life

Wednesday, 21 November 2012

Wordless Wednesday - Dreaming of Blue Skies & Holidays

My cousin's wedding, Clovelly, NSW, November 17th 2012

First Family Holiday, Port Stephens, NSW, June 2012

Port Stephens, NSW, August 2011 (straight out of camera, no edit)

Port Stephens, NSW, August 2011 (straight out of camera, no edit)

Windang, NSW, February 2011, Cross Process filter applied

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26 comments:

  1. wow you have a real talent for photography! have you done a course or anything? Im trying to find a good one to help me take better pics! x

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    1. Thanks Sarah!

      I haven't done any courses, it's mostly just been a lot of practice, practice, practice and lots of reading. The internet is fantastic for articles and examples of how to improve you photo-taking skills. You've made me think that I might put together a post of some of the best information and articles I've found. I also read a lot of photography books, well, I look through a lot of them and take note of the different settings and lenses that used to create a certain picture and then try to apply that to my own photographs.

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  2. what a beautiful place for the wedding! Congrats to the family :)

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    1. Thanks Ai, it really was the most beautiful backdrop you could imagine for a wedding. I can't wait to see their professional shots.

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  3. What lovely shots! Looks like a great place to have a wedding!

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  4. I'm dreaming of holidays now too!

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    1. I think I am always dreaming of holidays when I am at work! Lol!

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  5. I love the sky in the first and fourth shot!

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  6. Magic!!! Love the Port Stephens photos. That second last one is breathtaking!
    And congrats to your cousin! What a great place to get married :) x

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    1. Thanks Grace. Clovelly really was a stunning place for a wedding, and the view from the bowling club next door where the reception was held was the perfect backdrop.

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  7. Such gorgeous photos - love , love Port Stephens sunset !

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    1. Thanks Trish! Yep, that Port Stephens sunset was truly one of the best I've seen

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  8. Lovely photos! Looks like it was a gorgeous day for a wedding too :)

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    1. It turned out to be the perfect day for a wedding. It was rainy and cold the day before, and the morning didn't look promising, but by the time the bride walked down the aisle is was just brilliant!

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  9. Beautiful blue sunny skies! Love the sunsets, great photos :)

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  10. Thanks Alicia! There is nothing quite so happiness-inducing as a beautiful blue sunny sky is there?!

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  11. So, u want a comment?! I'm gonna comment the crap out of this thing!! Firstly, ur photos are beautiful! U've got a real natural skill. Secondly, Mia is such a cutey. The most adorable face and cherubic cheeks.....are we certain shes yours?! Thirdly, thats a great photo of the fishing, and I particularly like how it shows the true skill required in fishing....i.e. A rod holder???! Fishing rod? Check! Bait? Check! Bucket for the copious amounts of fish we will catch? Check!....Fishing rod holder so I dont actually hav to participate in the act of fishing but can sit on my fold out chair and drink wine? Check!....oh and fold out chair and wine? Double check! Hmmmm, I may hav to look into this whole fishing thing, I DO LIKE ME SUM WINE! Rin out!

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  12. Spectacular photos! Love Port Stephens :-)

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