Fine Art Prints Available.

My latest addition to my favourite print collection is now available through my website.

 

This stunning image was captured a little closer to home, Williamstown to be exact. Conditions were just perfect to be out taking photos with no wind  giving the water a crystal clear finish which helps to create the wonderful reflections and extra depth needed to help bring this image  to life.

Williamstown is located at the mouth of the Yarra River where it enters Hobsons Bay and Port Phillip, south-west of the Melbourne city centre.

Originally Melbourne’s first sea port, Williamstown has developed from what was a neglected industrialised centre into a popular and fashionable maritime village.

The beaches are usually a great spot to catch sunrise or sunset depending where you choose to shoot, City views to the East and Ocean views to the West.

 

Darren J.

Williamstown Beach, Victoria.

The Grampians, Halls Gap.

Hi Friends,

 

A couple more pics from my week camping in The Grampians National Park, Halls Gap, Victoria.

These particular images were captured over at Reids Lookout and the Balconies. The Balconies are only a short stroll from the carpark, 10-15 minutes each way, its an easy trek on a gravel sand path and some lovely views along the way.

The views are really spectacular, all year round.

Darren J.

The Grampians.

Australian Landscape Photographer.

New Images added to my website.
My newest release. ‘Rising Up’. A beautiful black and white image captured at Boroka Lookout, The Grampians, Victoria.
Limited Edition of 25.
Limited Edition Prints available.
Darren J
tree, mist, brook lookout, grampians, Victoria, Rising Up. :Tree in Mist, Boroka Lookout, The Grampians, Victoria.

Boroka Lookout, the Grampians.

Gibson Steps.

l needed another shot, to feel more of that salt water in my veins, the cravings are more hungry than ever before, the wanting and needing is now beyond my control, every moment l become more desperate, despair creeps into my bones and rage fills my mind, how can l reach you and feed my desire and feel you in my veins, you are my lifeblood, you are the ocean.

Gibson Steps, Port Campbell.

 

Darren J.

taking another hit, receding tide, port campbell, great ocean road

 

Moeraki Boulders (Kaihinaki).

The Moeraki Boulders are situated at Koekohe Beach which is on the Otago Coast in the South Island of New Zealand. 1 hour drive up the eastern coast from Dunedin, the enigmatic Boulders are a ‘must see’ attraction.

The huge Boulders lay scattered along the beach, which is a protected scientific reserve. The Boulders are striking to look at with their unusually large size and bimodel shape, their sizes ranging from 1.0 to 3.0 metres and weighing up to several tons.

Up to 50 Boulders can be seen on the beach, with the largest Boulder weighing up to 7 tonnes. Taking around 4 million years to form their current size. Over the years many of the smaller Boulders have been taken for souvenirs.

Unfortunately due to my schedule, 1 night was all the time l was able to spend there, an evening shoot and morning shoot, which produced great results. I will be heading back to the South Island next year in Autumn and planning to spend a few more nights at the Moeraki Boulders.

Darren J.

12 Apostles lovely sunset.

Hi Friends,

It’s been a while since my last post, with Christmas and the New Year things have been quite hectic for us all l imagine. Hope you all enjoyed the festive season and hopefully we can get back to travelling and doing lots of photography.

Last weekend was my first visit back to the Great Ocean Road in 3 weeks. Stormy weather was predicted, along with lots of rain, which l encountered along the way as the storm rolled in whilst l made my way to Port Campbell. The rain continued through most of the evening, but fortunately there was a small break in the clouds near the horizon which was enough to allow the beautiful sunlight to burst through and light up the cliffs and rock stacks, it was lovely to watch it unfold, than after the sun disappeared below the horizon we were left with a small burst of colour to finish of the sunset shoot.

The conditions were made for photography and l was grateful for a colourful sunset. Below are a few images from my latest shoot.

Darren J.



Great Ocean Road.

Great Ocean Road.

 

 

 

 

 

Gibsons Beach, Fine Art Prints.

If you are interested in Purchasing my fine art prints, head over to my website.

Darren J.

Loch Arg Gorge, Gibsons Beach.

Last weekend turned out to be really good weather for photography. l drove out to Port Campbell on the Great Ocean Road, previously access to Gibsons Beach was closed off due to falling debris (eroding cliffs) and l was keen to get back there and shoot some seascapes and get my feet wet. As well as a visit to Gibsons Beach (sunset) l also decided to do a sunrise shoot at Loch And Gorge and The Razorback and sunrise turned out to be really nice indeed, lovely colour and cloud formation.

I have attached a couple of images from the weekends shoot.

 

Darren J.

 

Great Ocean Road Photography.

Such a beautiful sight watching the morning sunlight kiss the rock stacks at the 12 Apostles on the Great Ocean Road.
Views such as these are not easy to find. Being there is the key. This golden light will show itself after sunrise, thats when the sun will cast its beautiful rays of sunlight across the landscape exposing all in its path and bathing them in all its glory, also having a nice sky as a backdrop will help illumninate the golden colours. Changing your composition to make use of the light and the angle of view. But, most of all get out of your comfort zone and chase the light.
Darren J

Fine Art Prints.

The majority of the images you see within the galleries on my website are available for purchase. They are amazingly beautiful as prints, ready to frame and hang in your home, office or studio.

When you purchase an image from Darren, you can rest assured that he has handled the whole creative process from camera to print. He captures the image, then follows through with post processing and the final print, using high quality printers and the finest art papers. Darren is adamant in maintaining control of the whole process, allowing him to produce the highest quality image, which he is proud to sign.

To make a purchase, click on the ‘purchase print’ option on the image page in the galleries. You will then be directed to your shopping cart, where you can add the image and proceed to make your credit card payment securely through PayPal. Alternatively, you can contact Darren directly and have him tailor the process to your needs, whether that be a special request for an image size, a particular paper style, or you would like to speak with him to request another payment option, please don’t hesitate to do so as he is happy to assist where ever possible.

Prints are shipped worldwide with free postage within Australia. International shipping incurs a 40 AUD fee. Prints are carefully rolled in protective acid-free paper, then shipped in cardboard envelopes or postal tubes dependent upon size. Postage is also dependent upon weight and destination, email him for details.

Darren can also provide high quality image files for web, publication or advertising etc; please contact him for more details.