Mitch Green | Australia. 26 • Melbourne Landscape & Travel Photographer • [email protected] • Prints & Articles: https://mitchgreenphotos.com/
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Like grand pillars stretching above, monumental Mountain Ash stand watch over the living pantheon of Victoria’s Black Spur.
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Autumn in the Yarra Ranges as Crimson Rosellas took a momentary break from feasting on fallen acorns.
731125:36 AM May 18, 2018
Dawn Rush 🌊
Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in awhile, you could miss it.
10932312:02 AM May 12, 2018
Gazing up at the tapestry of stars, my grandfather’s old kerosene lantern guiding the way ✨
1405464:42 AM Apr 22, 2018
The crystal clear waters of Jervis Bay from above.
After a year with my Mavic Pro, I’ve written a new article on using drones in landscape photography. The piece covers considerations to be mindful of, and shares my advice on creating compelling compositions from the sky. For those interested, I’ve included a link to the article in my bio.
50571586:06 AM Mar 23, 2018
In awe among the ancients.
I’ve wandered through the sugar pines of Laurel Hill half a dozen times now, yet the forest keeps drawing me back. Perhaps it’s the limbless trunks towering above. Or the golden light flooding the forest of an early morning. Or the eerie streams of fog snaking through the trees on a brisk winter’s day.
Regardless, each time I walk away humbled by the grandeur of the giants, knowing I’ll return soon.
27491086:12 AM Mar 7, 2018
Soaring high above Coledale rockpool.
As a landscape shooter, aerial photography opens up infinitely new perspectives to capture tried and true locations. Oh, and it’s seriously addictive. I’ll be sure to share many more shots from the sky over the coming weeks.
3047716:35 AM Mar 2, 2018
Thought it was time to get a new shot with the beard. It’s really starting to grow on me.
667199:49 AM Mar 1, 2018
I arrived at Borgarfjarðarhöfn on nightfall as the local puffin colony were darting into the water to catch their evening meal. After some time watching them go about their business—one of the trip highlights—they soon grew curious and waddled over towards me, standing no more than a meter or two away. They seemed to be just as interested in me as I was in them.
1758479:21 AM Feb 15, 2018
Liquid gold over Kiama rockpool.
It’s been some time since I’ve updated my website with new imagery, so I’ve just uploaded a new collection of prints and a new blog on how landscape photography made me a better writer. Feel free to check it out—there’s a link in my bio :)
2346564:23 AM Feb 5, 2018
Blue Crush 🌊
1242251:05 AM Feb 3, 2018
Morning light spilling over Lake Wanaka.
In landscape photography, it’s easy to miss the moment from the photo. To look for tiny imperfections and overlook the beauty of the scene. To peek at every pixel and neglect the people sharing in the spectacle.
This photo here saw me drive four hours through the night with my grandma, @pixelladysr. On our recent trip to NZ, we were staying on the east coast and woke early to travel across the island in time for the morning light to strike the iconic tree—or so we thought.
Clouds had rolled in overnight, blocking the sun. And so we waited. Until a fleeting gap in the clouds lit up the fresh new growth on the foreshore and the tree itself. It turned out to be a pretty picture, and an even more memorable moment.