-Everything has beauty, but not everyone sees it.”
- Confucious -
Shoreline outcrop of banded gneiss with Tam O'Shanter granite and basalt dykes (Clump Point Basalts?). Mission Beach Granite Complex. Bingil Bay, N Queensland.
John Hussey is the name behind TaiShiDi Photography. A Geologist for many years involved in the search for Oil & Gas, water and other commodities around the world. From the Norwegian Arctic to the southern tip of Africa, from the Americas to the Orient and Oceania and many stations in between, he is now settled in the beautiful Mission Beach (Garners Beach) area of Tropical North Queensland, Australia rekindling and pursuing his passion for photography.
I use mainly Nikon full frame DSLR cameras but love the mirrorless Olympus OMD EM5 mkiii, with a standard 25mm (50mm equivalent) for more candid and street photography, and the 60mm macro for more close up work, it’s so compact and versatile and almost invisible! Other equipment for sports and wildlife I like the Nikon D750 paired with the Sigma 150-600mm or the Nikon 70-200mm. For all other I like the feel and versatility of the great Nikon D850 which I pair with a “nifty fifty”, a 105mm macro and a 24-120mm zoom. Last but not least the Dji Air 2s drone for dramatic “birds eye view” photography!
The Sports Portfolio and Gallery are regularly added to, so please do revisit from time to time and contact me should any photographs be of interest.
Digital images are available. Please email me your requirement and whether you need in high resolution for a print or lower resolution for social media. High resolution digital files are at 300dpi (typically, they will be around 4-5MB in size) while images at a lower resolution suitable for use on social media or a website are supplied at 72 dpi resolution (small file size of approx. 250-400kb).
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