Archive for the ‘General’ Category

Riverfire F111 Fuel Dump and Burn, Brisbane City.

Posted Monday, September 24th, 2012

  In 2007 when I was working in Adelaide it was commonly known that the infamous F111 would be ceasing operations in the Defence Force. With that information I decided to fly to Brisbane with the hope of capturing a photograph for myself of the F111 Fuel Dump and Burn over Brisbane City that happens […]

About HTTPS for credit card payments.

Posted Friday, August 31st, 2012

During the construction of my website one of the final parts of the site was to set up the payment system. My website is set up with Eway payment gateway, to get this installed into my site I had to go through a sequence of procedures before anything could be added to my site. This […]

New Website Special Price Launch.

Posted Monday, August 13th, 2012

                Welcome to the new website of Casey Smith Photography, as part of the launch and for the month of September we will be running specials on our 30, 40 and 50 Inch Fujiflex prints. These are extended to all panoramic prints on this site, excluding Limited Editions. […]

Linhof T617 Panoramic Camera

Posted Tuesday, June 5th, 2012

    This Linhof 617 Panoramic camera is primarily what I use to take all the panoramic photos that are currently on this website. The Linhof is a dedicated panoramic camera taking either 120 or 220 roll film, taking either 4 shots per roll or 8 shots. The body is made up of a die […]

Maya Bay, Phi Phi Islands, Phuket

Posted Tuesday, June 5th, 2012

  In 2008 I was lucky enough to spend 10 days on the steps of one of the most stunning island groups in Thailand. There are six islands in the group known as Phi Phi. They lie 50 km south-east of Phuket, where the waters are stunning as well as the people that live and work […]

Grange Jetty Sunrise, Adelaide, SA

Posted Monday, June 4th, 2012

    Grange Jetty is located on the coast of the South Australian city of Adelaide. There is a number of jetty’s that line the coast as these were used for shipping docks to load and unload cargo bound for Australia. This is one of my favorite shots I have taken and still is, I […]

North Western Australian Treck to the Pilbara.

Posted Sunday, June 3rd, 2012

2 Years ago a couple of mates of mine and I left Broome for an adventure trip to Karajini National Park. Located about 500kms south west of Port Headland is Karijini National Park, it is the second largest national park in Western Australia and one of the most spectacular sights in the Pilbara. With breathtaking gorges, […]