Gardens in the Mist

What’s up Australia?

How did 100 Cameras in 1 get to be the #1 App for photography in Australia? This baffles me… I know we have I have a lot of internet-friends there (pretty much just as good as real friends!), but I still didn’t expect this. Thanks!

Daily Photo – Gardens in the Mist

The Li River valley is a beautiful and serene area of southern China that’s green, alive, and mysterious. The verdant limestone cliffs cover the landscape and give everything an ethereal feel.

After a trip down the river, I got off the boat and decided to hike back to the little village where I was staying. Along the way, I decided to hike down a side-road that went off into these little family-run farms. I set up for a shot on this quiet dirt road.

High Dynamic Range Photo

  • casusan

    Pretty little farm in this village Trey – the mountains are gorgeous around it! Congrats on the Australia app being #1 – that is a surprise! WTG!

  • Crizing

    Does this mean you will be traveling to Australia any time soon?

  • Would not be a bad idea even if i have upset you on one or sights.
    I still like you work and like what you do in helping others in the way of photography.
    So i spread the news as the say to every Dick, Tom and Harry and as you would say he he

  • Simon Morris

    Nice shot Trey. I like the green tones, plus the texture and contrast of the dirt track… excellent!
    I’m guessing, but it sure looks humid… do you sometimes have issues with your camera gear when in locations such as this? I reckon Singapore must be one of the most humid places we’ve visited to date… played havoc with our camcorder!

  • Hi Trey, lovely pastoral image. Re: Australia, there are some great & creative photographers living there. I have met several through flickr. Their work is inspiring and they are sooo nice. No suprise to me that they are using your app.

  • Thanks!

    Simon – No – humidity is never problem for my equipment – but it is a problem for me, personally! The most humid place ever was in Thailand…. was your camcorder an old one that used tape-drives? These mid to high-end DSLRs seem to have no problem (save fogging issues)

    Crizing – I do need to go! I had a nice deal set up there last year, but it fell through

    Louis – Thanks for spreading the news to those guys… people like you are the backbone! Without you, I wouldn’t be able to do this full-time.

  • it looks like it is taken about 2-3 meters high off the ground or zoom in from farther distance, but it was taken at 15mm, so it is not a zoom and I’m sure you could not take it from 2-3 high elevation, the road is flat. Interesting visual effect, I think due to those green fields…

  • Gail in Montana

    Now I have another new desktop wallpaper, Trey. This photo is so beautiful. I agree with all the comments made above!!!! Neat that the 100 cameras in 1 is on top of Australia’s list. I feel so bad for all those who live in the Qweensland area in that huge flooded part. I know my online friends there are ok, but they aren’t answering my email, I’m just getting their business ad. I’m so afraid they lost their beautiful beach home they loved so much. Please keep all those in the flooded areas of the world and the snowed in areas in your prayers!!!! This has been a really horrid winter in so many places, even as far south as Austin!!!! OK, that’s enough of my “whining”, as we are about Trey’s photos here. I could go on and on, but I won’t bore everyone, lol. Have a great Thursday, all. 😉

  • Congrats on the great app success.
    When I first heard about the new app few weeks ago, really wasn’t too interested, but since watching the vid, I really think I could have great fun with it. Now I just need the phone upgrade.

  • As a smalltown midwesterner I guess I am too naive…i love the fact that you decided to wander around on foot in a foreign country just to get shots and see what there is to see.

  • Simon Morris

    Thanks for that Trey… yes, our camcorder is approx. 8 years old, Canon’s MV500i which uses tape-drives! I think the main issue was the sudden change in temperature… one minute you’re in air-conditioned shopping malls (that’s the Mrs fault), the next you’re out in the open enjoying the sights and battling with humidity. You’re right about the quality of mid to high-end DSLR’s… I appreciate you’re a Nikon man 😉 but I wouldn’t be without my Canon 5D MkII 🙂

  • I’m enjoying the app very much myself and I’m obviously not the the only one. Well done from here ‘downunder’.

    regards, Andrew

  • Don Carpenter

    I have had this ap since it was first introduced. Having been a fan of for quite a while and having learned a lot from the tutorials, I was happy to support Your efforts, but was disappointed with the initial offering and withheld a review until now.  The latest upgrade has changed everything!

    The ability to control the intensity of an effect added to the layering of multiple effects, one upon another, transforms this from a little-used idea generator to a must-have tool.  Thanks for upgrading a disappointing initial offering into a true winner!

  • Love the app and thanks for thanking us australian, So when are you doing a workshop here in australia ????

  • Thanks all!

    Don – Very nice of you!

    Dave – you bet! I do need to plan one there, eh? hehe

  • Teddy

    That just means you’re going to have to come and visit us all in Australia some time soon! There are plenty of talented photographers here who love your work!

  • I’ve never been to Yangshuo where it wasn’t raining/overcast just about the entire time! (3 times total) Still, a lovely place. Would love to get some nice blue skies there next time.

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