Now, that's dofferent...
I'm looking to post...
original photographic creations reflecting:
an unusual perspective
some element of difference
i.e. drone fly-overs, monochrome, playing-with-light, video, panorama...
portfolios comprising multiple images sharing:
a commonality in theme, presentation or editing style
a focus on Fyansford township
a focus on Fyansford locality, i.e. within a 1.5 km radius
Where possible I have given credit to image owners.
Please let me know if:
(a). you have a possible folio for inclusion
(b). you have not been credited with your work
(c). you wish your work to be withdrawn
Some Impressive portfolios...
Posted 10 Ju;y, 2016
A Mixed Bag
John Flatt ~ Fyansford.com
The Falls ~ 3 images
Turns photographs into works of art
A Mixed Collection...
Photographers with only one image to show...
If any of you have more from within the zone, please let me know...
And, some go commercial....
Taking it a little further...
If you have other similar items, please let me know...
3D Assignment journal of Campbell Barton
EDIM student at the Gordon TAFE in Victoria, Australia.
For more panoramic perspectives visit ...
Back in the early days it was ever so quiet...
Capturing aerial images via the use of a remote-controlled drone (unmanned aerial vehicle)...
Drone Photography has been moved to its own page...
What is a triptych?
"It’s a type of three-fold art that is typically hinged together as carved panels side by side. The artistic works compliment each other with similar subjects or a relatable message. Many early triptychs started showing up in religious gathering places as altarpieces and could be folded up and easily transported.
Photographers have also grown to appreciate the triptych style, using it to arrange three of their images within one frame with clear borders between them, or by using a separate frame for each photo and mounting them on the wall next to each other. Triptych photography might involve taking one picture and splitting it into three different parts or shooting three separate photos that are related."
Source: The Photo Argus
J. Flatt 2017