January 3, 2012 § Leave a comment
The start of 2012 sees this blog on the move… I’m currently in the process of consolidating websites and as part of the process, I am wrapping my various sites up under the anthonytancredi.com domain.
From this point, all new posts on my blog can be found at…
I hope you will take a moment to stop by and bookmark or subscribe to the new site as there are plans to make it even bigger and better this year, with more posts and new tutorials.
The existing content of this blog has been migrated to the new address and I have started listing my favourite images from throughout the year.
I hope to see you there soon!
July 21, 2011 § Leave a comment
After a lengthy redevelopment period, I’m pleased to finally announce the launch of my new website, anthonytancredi.com.
The development process has been quite long and slow, so it is a relief to finally have the site up and live. I hope you can stop by and have a look around sometime!
June 8, 2011 § Leave a comment
It’s time to draw a line under the past and start afresh with the Brisbane Macro site! Unfortunately I had to leave this site for a while, but I am getting back to it now and have vowed to make it bigger and better than ever! That means more posts and more useful information. The more the merrier I say!
June 27, 2010 § Leave a comment
Hi to Mrs Hargraves and the students of 3/4H at Ocean Shores primary! 🙂
I was very excited to hear that you have been looking at some of the insect pictures on this site. I hope you find some of them interesting and that they help you to learn a little bit more about these fantastic little creatures! Next time you see an insect, remember that there may be more to it than first meets the eye!
If anyone has any questions about the photos or the insects, I’d be happy to try and answer them for you. You can either ask them on here by leaving a comment, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
May 24, 2010 § Leave a comment
Wow, time really does have the ability to get away! Between being out of action with the flu and other commitments, I have been struggling to get through the images I’ve taken lately.
So, I’ve taken the decision to jump forward to my most recent outings, and will come back and fill in the blanks over winter when I’ll have a little more time!
A new post will be following shortly… I promise 🙂
April 20, 2010 § Leave a comment
Just a quick update to highlight the first two gallery pages that have been added to the blog. Take a look over there ———————————————————————————> to find the “Ants” and “Bees & Wasps” gallery pages. I’ll be adding to these pages over the coming months and also adding new pages for other insect families!
Anthony – Brisbane Macro
February 14, 2010 § Leave a comment
Welcome to the first post on Brisbane Macro! We are very excited to begin this blog and hope that over time it will build into a valuable resource for fellow Brisbanites who enjoy macro photography.
Forgive us if we are a little slow to get the ball rolling while we figure out the best way to do things, but rest assured that life is currently burgeoning in the brisbane area, so there is plenty to see, capture and write about at the moment!
Brisbane Macro is present to you by two avid macro photographers, Anthony Tancredi and Grahame Merrick, who concocted the idea between photo opportunities somewhere on a bush track early one morning. We hope eventually to build these pages into a resource not only for other readers, but for ourselves as well. In time it will be interesting to see what patterns emerge in terms of species, locations and seasons in the Brisbane area.
Over the next few days we should have a couple of pages up, giving details about ourselves, some of our favourite locations and how we go about capturing our images. We both beleive in the philosophy of sharing knowledge and hope that by doing so, we can introduce more people to the increadible miniature worlds that are all around us.
We hope you enjoy this site and the images it contains, and would love to hear from any of you with anything interesting to say or stories to tell. Perhaps you are willing to share some tips that may be of use to other reasers or let us know what you’re finding in your area in Brisbane. Whatever it is, feel free to drop us a line (contact details will be available on the “About us” page shortly).
Until next time, happy shooting!