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Ted Szukalski

Gallery of fine art photography.

Man and his Boat


When I first stared to take photographs I took all of them in Black and White. For years that was my favourite technique – hight contrast, perhaps a bit too dramatic monochrome shots. The photography club I belonged to provided the film in unlimited supply so that was an added insensitive to stay with the format.

With arrival of digital photography colour was it and only recently I have started to use black and white conversions again. This is a perfect solution for street photographs or situations where a bit more dramatic effect is desired.

Here is a man and his boat . Simple black and white photo, which actually doesn’t work as a colour capture at all.

Digital Photography of Sydney continued


Today a selection of digital Sydney photographs taken from Milsons Point.

Milsons Point is a fantastic location to get out a picnic rug, have a meal with friends or family and enjoy views out over the harbour towards the night lights of Sydney skyline. At sunset this is a site not to be missed.

Added Pier One
Added Sails of the Opera House
Added Sydney from Milsons Point
Added Sydney in Golen Light