The Tasmanian area of Australia
is full of incredible opportunities for making beautiful landscape
and fine art images. Geoff Murray has done a superb job of taking
full advantage of these opportunities, through the use of his
cameras and lenses. Many of Geoff's images are great examples
of masterful use of color and composition.
The image on this page is one of our staff's favorites from
Geoff's portfolio. The beautiful colors, along with the contemplative
composition, benefit the viewer by presenting a mood of surreal
enchantment and peace. We feel compelled to walk along the path
into the distance, but where will it take us? Where are we now?
This is a great image!
We invite you to take part in browsing through the masterful
images of Geoff Murray now, and see all of nature's wonders as
they are presented in striking form. Thank you, Geoff, for your
incredible images!,I am a wilderness and landscape photographer based in Tasmania, Australia. I live with my wife, Lyn, on a 10 acre bush block in the hills of the Lachlan Valley in Southern Tasmania and also work at Norske-Skog paper mill near New Norfolk in the Derwent Valley.
I have been making images for the last 10 years, initially with a Nikon F90 with 24mm, 28-70mm and 70-210mm lenses, all Nikkors.
Over the last 3 years I have been using a Mamiya 7 with 43mm, 80mm and 150mm lenses. This is a fine camera ideally suited to wilderness photography through its light weight, low
bulk and superb lenses. More recently, I have purchased a Horseman 6x9 view camera which is a joy to use. I use Fuji Velvia film almost exclusively as nothing else seems to come close to capturing nature at its most beautiful.
I use a Manfrotto 190 tripod with a Manfrotto 168 ballhead and measure light with a Sekonic L408 lightmeter. All of my equipment is carried in a Lowepro AW Orion camera pack.
Scans for this website have been done on an Agfa T1200 Duoscan for medium format and a Canon FS2710 for 35mm.
Tasmania is a photographer's paradise. The light is superb, the scenery beautiful and I feel privileged to be able to share some of my images with you.