Newsletter 3 - February 2007

Profile of Australian Landscape Photographer R a Stanley
Erina Fair Store Since our last newsletter in July of last year there have been many new developments here at R a Stanley Landscape Photography.

We have taken up permanent residence in Erina Fair shopping centre and are now able to bring you a host of new services.

We have also recently added 32 new images to our catalogue.

Our latest ‘tip’ will help you with your composition and our ‘up and coming’ section will give you a heads-up of things to come.

News

New Erina Fair Store
In October of last year we combined our Wyoming Gallery and Boardwalk site into one convenient location.
We are now located in Erina Fair, opposite Target (the old Golden Years memorabilia shop).
Please feel free to visit the store and browse the gallery at your leisure.

Opening Times

Mon – Wed 9am – 5.30pm
Thu 9am – 9pm
Fri -Sat 9am – 5pm
Sun 10am – 4pm

New Services
We are now able to offer the following professional services to all our customers

  • Prints on Canvas - We can professionally process and print your images on canvas.

  • Large Format Printing - We can professionally process and print your images up to A1 in size. This means panoramas up to 60’’!

  • Framing - We can now frame your art-work. Convenient drop off and pick up at our Erina Fair store.

  • Commissions - If you want us to come and shoot your property or favorite location please call Richard on 0410 191 288

  • Restorations - We’ll give your old photos a new lease of life.



New Images We have 32 new images for you to peruse.

They are all available on-line and at our Erina Fair store.
Here is a list of the locations of the new images.

  Copacabana
  Crackneck Lookout
  Davistown
  Entrance
  Forresters Beach
  Hardys Bay
  Hunter Valley
  Hawks Nest
  Killcare
  MacMasters Beach
  Putty Beach
  Shelly Beach
  Snowy Mountains
  Spoon Bay
  Terrigal
  Toowoon Bay
  Wamberal
  Yattalunga

Tips

Composition - Lead in Lines

Lead-in-lines are elements of an image that aid in composition. They introduce a sense of depth to an image and produce more dynamic results.
Used in conjunction with other compositional aids such as the ‘rule of thirds’ (as seen in newsletter 1) images can really be made to stand out as well as take on a more structured appearance.



















Use lead-in-lines to guide the viewer’s eye into your picture, taking them to important areas of the image. They can also be used to lead a viewer through a scene, introducing various elements of an image which then may be revisited and viewed in more detail.

Lead-in-lines can be made from anything that’s natural or man-made i.e. walls, roads, river, ripples in the sand.



























Up and Coming

My next location shoot will be at Seal Rocks and the Pacific Palms area. Weather permitting there should be some new images of these areas available from 1st March ’07. Please feel free to send me an email if you are interested in seeing samples of the shoot or check out my website or gallery for more details.

In our next newsletter I’ll be detailing photographic courses that I’ll be running in Sydney. They will cater for beginners and intermediate level photographers.

Useful Websites

Seal Rocks
  http://walkabout.com.au/locations/NSWSealRocks.shtml

Central Coast Leagues Camera Club
  http://www.photographynsw.org.au/central_coast/

Visit Central Coast
  http://www.thecentralcoast.com.au/

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