November 14, 2013
Not overall... but there are always aspects of it that are new to me.
All of it, but mainly landscapes and architecture. I'm more concerned with time than place... I think when you take a photo is as important, if not more, than what you photograph... it's all about the light.
Motivation. My cameras only ever seem to come out for work-related projects or family get-togethers. I need the kick up the bum to get out there and do more creative stuff.
Not at the moment, but always thinking. My only suggestion is more early morning/late evening shoots.
Canon DSLRs, bunch of zooms, a few primes and a Canon Powershot S110 (digital compact that shoots RAW) that I carry all the time (they say the best camera is the one you have with you).
I've been a graphic designer for over 30 years and I've been interested in photography all of that time. Unfortunately I'm a lazy photographer and I've only just worked out you'll never get that magic shot unless you get out there and take photos!
I think Adelaide Photography is a great group of friendly, like-minded people (i.e. photography enthusiasts). There's a good mix of expertise levels from novice to expert so it's a great place to learn skills or share them with others (even experts still have something to learn!). How much you learn is up to you... if you don't know - ask! Everyone's willing to share their knowledge.