News Updates From Global Eye Photographers

Various uses of cellphones

Posted: 11/20/2015 3:03:09 AM

People do not only use cellphones to call friends. They take photos (particularly selfies!), they watch movies, they play games, they send text messages, they search the internet. One of my images even shows a man who uses cellphones to adorn his hat!   Read Full Article

Tasmanian Photogenics

Posted: 11/12/2015 10:47:26 PM

I've just returned from 2 weeks in Tasmania. It has so many photogenic features. Macquarie Harbour, Cradle Mountain and the Tasman Peninsula. Even the Hobart docks and Bruny Island. There is a new Lightbox with 50 odd samples. Of course there are also images on my Mostly Photos art print site ...   Read Full Article

More vertical images

Posted: 10/25/2015 8:55:22 AM

I have published a new lightbox with vertical images particularly suitable for book and magazine covers.   Read Full Article


Posted: 10/21/2015 10:55:12 AM

Images with a wide aspect ratio can be useful for double spreads in magazines and for websites, be it as single banner images or used with other images in a slider. See a collection of panoramic images on my website. Click on Galleries.   Read Full Article

Another step forward!

Posted: 10/19/2015 2:38:06 AM

It may seem a small step, but I am happy! Read more under News at my website.   Read Full Article

Berlin at a Glance, Germany

Posted: 10/13/2015 1:03:01 PM

I have just published the collection of images from Berlin, the capital city of Germany titled 'Berlin at a Glance, Germany'. The presented images intend to show some of the city's highlights.

The photos here may be used in travel advertising material, newspaper articles, ...   Read Full Article

A Bunch of Banksia Wildflower Photos

Posted: 10/5/2015 9:54:07 PM

I recently attended the Kings Park Wildflower Festival in Perth, Western Australia and photographed many of the native plants in flower in the Botanic Gardens.
This set of images are some of the Banksia species that were flowering.   Read Full Article

"Super Moon"

Posted: 10/1/2015 12:11:49 AM

Monday 28th a "super moon" rose full just after sunset. Super moon is a recent term meaning when the moon is bigger because it is at its closest to earth on its elliptical orbit. It looked a little redder than usual because in the northern hemisphere it was a full "blood" moon; ...   Read Full Article

The Stone Buddha of Reigando. Kumamoto,

Posted: 9/29/2015 11:15:29 PM

The cave of Reigando (literally translated means “spirit rock cave”) is a very special place. Located a 30 minute drive from Kumamoto, Japan the drive is a pleasant trip into the Japanese countryside.
Arriving at the start of the pathway to the cave you immediately feel calm and at peace ...   Read Full Article

Kumamoto Horse Chasing Festival

Posted: 9/29/2015 9:57:47 PM

Just returned from a trip to Kumamoto Japan and got to see the Great Festival of Fujisaki-hachimangu at Chūō-ku, Kumamoto.

This festival is held every September, and is characterized by a parade of Shinto priests, followed by groups of followers who chase their horses shouting, ...   Read Full Article

Digital Photo Products Arrive

Posted: 9/25/2015 1:27:04 AM

It took longer than expected but I now have Digital Photography products on my Mostly Art site. These include eBooks and digital Portfolios using PDF. There are some new menu items at the top for the Digital Gallery and a new Order Digital page with a selection/order form. We have tried to keep it ...   Read Full Article

Commemorative Paintings in Kuwait.

Posted: 9/14/2015 3:55:23 PM

Kuwait - Commemorative Paintings.

While transiting through Kuwait, there is usually some wait time that can be used to explore the base and take in the many paintings that commemorate the time that U.S. and coalition soldiers spent there.
Many of the painted barriers illustrate ...   Read Full Article

The Tailor of Saigon

Posted: 9/7/2015 5:10:10 AM

This young Vietnamese man is a tailor at Ba Chiu Market in Saigon’s District 6. All day, every day he works away at his ancient Singer machine stitching trousers and shirts for his neighbours and attending to repairs of old garments brought to him by those who simply cannot afford new ...   Read Full Article

Large-size portraits

Posted: 8/14/2015 3:19:42 PM

It's nice to see one's work so prominently displayed on a family's living-room wall! These photos of a sister and brother were taken in a somewhat unusual location. You can read more on my website (link below).   Read Full Article

Exhibition Leads to Future

Posted: 8/6/2015 4:44:46 PM

Sadly the sun has set on my Exhibition but I have sold some books. However keep an eye out for the dawn of some new digital image products on my art site. Plus, these puns are a cheesy segue. After deciding to contribute to the Sunrise and Sunset project I built a new Lightbox called Dawn Dusk ...   Read Full Article

Exhibition Open

Posted: 7/26/2015 5:58:16 PM

Well my exhibition is now on; it will run for another week. We had about 20 people to the opening on Friday evening and a sale was made. For those local to Canberra it is at 42 Mort St. Braddon.   Read Full Article

Website update

Posted: 7/3/2015 12:00:30 PM

My website now displays the latest additions to my image collection as well as a gallery with the most popular images. Just click Additions in the menu on my homepage. Comments are welcome!   Read Full Article

Mostly Fine Art Exhibition

Posted: 7/2/2015 7:54:13 PM

I have now launched my fine Art web site under my new business name Mostly Photography. I will still be producing stock images but the fine art images will now be available as prints from my web site.
Later this month I will be holding a small exhibition here in Canberra, starting on the 24th ...   Read Full Article

Still going up!

Posted: 6/9/2015 10:33:20 AM

The number of countries where visitors to my website reside is getting higher and higher!   Read Full Article

I was here ...

Posted: 5/17/2015 9:23:13 AM

Read the news on my website!   Read Full Article