I think of light in terms of of painterly, mysterious, dramatic, soft or hard quality. Rapidly changing light makes for challenging conditions.
I was walking at Redgate Beach along the Cape to Cape Walk with an approaching storm 16x20in photographic print $300 posted worldwide.
Hiking in the Porongurup Range. Granite domes of this range were formed when Australia collided with Antarctica.
Native Pigface Denmark Australia. Wilson Head has a diverse array of flora including pink succulent Native Pigface. $300 16x20 photograph posted worldwide
Pretty but deadly to small insects. Sundews are carnivorous enabling them to survive in soil deficient in trace nutrients. 15x30in matted and mounted $350.
The romantically named Moons Crossing on the Warren River, Pemberton. Both matted and un-matted prints available. Unmatted prints can be posted worldwide.
Stormlight Publishing 25 years of South West Postcards, tells the story of starting out with one camera and one lens and going on to publishing 1.5 million postcards later. Hardcover with 70 images. Copies available online.
I had been photographing and hiking in the Stirling Range since the early 1980s with a 35mm film camera. By 1997, I was publishing my large format Horizon Calendar of West Australian landscapes and was hiking and camping with my 4x5 camera.
Contemporary panoramic photographs are only a middle section taken out of a larger image! This is a 6x12cm crop from a 4x5 transparency to avoid lens flare. Most "panoramic" cameras simply crop all your compositions, you lose the rest of the image.
Two images made within an hour show vastly different light. This image of Surf, Rabbit Hill, Yallingup, was published in 1992 and became a hugely successful postcard. It was made with a short zoom lens but still required some cropping in the final drum scan for colour separations (before photoshop!).