References and Sources

Much of the information contained in this website has been accumulated over many years. Like any learning, the best learning is undertaken in the doing. In other words if you want to learn to be a photographer then create considered images – lots of them!

This is not suggest that all that I have learnt has been self taught. One of the real supports in my learning has been my study at the Centre for Creative Photography.

Robert Frank, The Americans (France 1958)

Ansel Adams, The Camera (2011 – 17th ed.)

Ansel Adams, The Negative (2011 – 17th ed.)

Ansel Adams, The Print (2012 – 17th ed.)

Roger McDonald, Australia’s Wild Places (2010)

Ross King, Photographer (unknown)

Tim Fitzharris, Close-Up Photography in Nature (2008)

John Shaw, Focus on Nature (1991) and Closeups in Nature (1987)

Sue Bishop, Flower Photography (2008)

  1. Department of Education Washington
    (Electromagnetic Spectrum)
  2. Light is Everything (Diagram showing light reflecting from an apple)
  3. Dictionary
  4. Great Photography Quotes (Quotes used on this site)
  5. Street side Stories (Teacher Information)
  6. Australian Curriculum 
  7. CESA (Continuous School Improvement Framework)
  8. YouTube (Camera Obscura)
  9. DEEWR, 2009, p. 15
  10. My Vocabulary  
  11. What is STEM?

All the photographs on this site were taken by me over the course of the last decade. You may freely use this website respecting that the photographs are my own creation and subject to copyright. If you wish to use the images please contact me.  If you wish to engage my teaching and other photographic services or permission to use the images I can be contacted by clicking here.