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NB : To purchase either a download or print of individual images, head over to scottbirdphotography.com - they're all available via the 'Buy' buttons on each page. Cheers.
To give you an idea of the types of things I photograph, here are a few images I've captured nearby (Sydney, Australia). As you can see, it's a beautiful place.
For the full gallery, swing by SmugMug.
I've listened to and watched a number of podcasts over the years, covering a great range of topics. One of my favourites is Ted Forbes' 'The Art of Photography' - wonderful show.
To give you an idea :
Other Podcasts I Like :
Over to you : what are you watching/listening to these days?
I photograph a number of Australia's heritage sites - particularly those covering the first century or so of European occupation. To get an idea of the exact locations & names covered, head over to the Keywords page on my SmugMug site.
I use Twitter quite a lot myself, both to research (and share) my own work and to see what everyone else is doing. If you tweet a lot about Photography, Creativity or Australian Heritage, let me know.
Tweets from https://twitter.com/scottbird/lists/australian-heritage
I frequently use a number of history-related sites to research the various sites I photograph, and to share discoveries with. Of particular note :
This is the main photo-sharing service I use, and is easily my favourite (full review here). Whether you're looking to purchase prints, check out my portfolio or set up your own site, SmugMug's ideal.
This is a large collection of downloadable books & courses (think of it as an online shopping mall), and I use it frequently. Each time a friend of mine asks what I think of their new offering, or someone points me to a specific book/course I might find interesting.
(And if you'd like to do that yourself, drop me a line).
Although it's primarily a way to enjoy your iTunes library on a big screen (think movies on your TV), it's also a great way to share your photos with friends and family. You can either show the photos (again, on your TV) that are stored on a Macbook/iPhone/iPad, or view the ones stored in Photos.
Either way, it's a beautiful way to share them.