The Two of Us

Our workshop is in the bush and that iis where we love to be, relaxing, fossicking, meeting people from all walks of life, cultural backgrounds and hobbies. We have travelled across and around Australia constantly for the last 17 years learning new stuff every day, taking lots of photos and collecting lots of stuff and now we intend to spend more time at home working on the stuff we love to do. At the end of the day this is my photography and this is how I see things.
Lake Bonney South Australia Sunset 2011 Glen Innes in 2005 at the start of our travels

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OUTBACK GALLERY We love to travel around Australia constantly checking out remote places, the people who live there and we find interesting places arise from nowhere. This is my photography and this is how I see things.
INFRA-RED GALLERY The IR experiment using modified digital cameras and image processing came about by chance while learning new techniques in digital photography. I’m learning new stuff every day and I work on this aspect from time to time. This is my photography and this is how I see things.
HDR GALLERY Involves taking multiple images at varied apeture settings to get the best of the highlights and shadow areas of each image then combining all to make a composite image. This is my photography and this is how I see things.
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About Us

Paul R Horton ADipJA Main Interest in photography is landscapes, interesting people, other places where photographers seldom go, infra-red the continuing emergence of HDR (High Dynamic Range) photography. When everything falls into place we quickly pack our van and take off for the bush, sometimes via a city or large country towns but always the bush is the primary destination. Of course the weather plays a large hand in what we do, genrerally we can drive through bad stuff and out the other side or wait it out. What about travel plans - plenty of food, clothes, warm blankets, water and fuel is all we need. Rock hunting equipment for Fiona is essential, a few shovels, screens and plenty of buckets. For me its half a dozen cameras, the ever present laptop, android tablets, wireless connections, software tools and plenty of battery power. Maintaining websites and electronic database’s on the road consumes lots of battery power.

Contact

Paul Horton Photography

Paul or Fiona Horton

PO Box 1060

INVERELL NSW 2360

Phonr: (02) 6723-0214