Photography Tips for Whale Watching Pt2

Hello again people, and welcome to part two, this little miny were i got the opportunity of a lifetime to go on photograph something I’d always dreamt of photographing, here in part 2 we’re going to see what happens on the actual shoot when the light came right, something’s i had to think about and…

Chiaroscuro Self Portrait: Exploring Photography with Mark Wallace

Hi everybody welcome to another episode of Exploring Photography right here on AdoramaTV. I’m Mark Wallace in Cairns, Australia. I’m in a really awesome little apartment and I’m here because well there’s a cyclone just outside and it is raining, raining, raining, so I’m stuck inside but I know that’s true of a lot of…

Warrnambool’s wombat street art is a happy accident

I was out the front mowing the nature strip, and I could see a bit of attention on the other side of the bridge, of people looking and taking photos and I thought “wow, there’s something going on”. So I went and had a squiz and then once I saw what I saw, I thought…

What an Astronaut’s Camera Sees: International Space Station

This is the coast of Namibia in southwestern Africa, the very dry desert coast of the Namib Desert. You can see a cloud band butting up against the shore and some straight sand dunes in the lower left of the picture. Yeah those are big red sand dunes that the astronauts say is one of…

Ask us anything: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people

How good are you at throwing a boomerang? Such a stereotypical question! when was the last time you encountered casual racism? every bloody Uber… ‘where you from?’ and I’m just like: ‘I’m Aboriginal’ and they’re like: ‘but you don’t look Aboriginal.’ and then I’m like ‘well you didn’t look racist till you said that!’ and…

How a K Became the UK

Hi, I’m an American. But I do know some things about Not-America. So today on Knowing Better we’re going international and talking about the history of the United Kingdom. Since the history of Britain is like, five times longer than that of America, I’m going to have to skate over some stuff, but mostly just…

White farm murders in South Africa – Race hate, politics or greed? | Foreign Correspondent

(REPORTER) Apartheid tore South Africa apart. Some say the white oppressors are now the persecuted. White farms are being robbed and farmers murdered. – Not only do they kill but the way they kill. They torture you. – The government says they’re crimes like any other, in a society where poverty breeds violence. – There…

How to MINE OPAL gems in the OUTBACK – Smarter Every Day 164

Hey, it’s me Destin. Welcome back to Smarter Every Day. When you think about gemstones, people typically have their favorites. I happen to think that opal is one of the most fascinating stones there is. Think about it. If you think about a diamond or a sapphire, or even a ruby, it’s just a colored…

Photography Tips for Whale Watching Pt1 – Photo opportunity of a lifetime

hello girls and boys this is part 1 of a little two-part mini-series, I wanted to share with you a photo shoot I did two or years ago, when I had the opportunity to go and photograph something I’d always dreamed of having the opportunity to photograph over on the other side of the world…

Portrait Story | Dave Graney & Clare Moore

Clare: Well, we met in Adelaide in 1978, and we formed a band together, and we played gigs around Melbourne and eventually becomes The Moodists. Dave: The Moodists finished in 1987, and then we started Dave Graney and the Coral Snakes in London, that went from 1987 to 1997. We started the Dave Graney Show,…