Posts Tagged ‘aerial photography’

NSW Golf Course by Tim Mooney

Friday, October 21st, 2011

Aerial photo of golf course

Botany Bay Golf © Tim Mooney


When I have been out on an aerial photographic ‘mission’ in Sydney we sometimes have to wait at Botany Bay heads before clearance is available back to Mascot. The NSW Golf Course and others are close by and make a photogenic scene when calm and clear.

Darling Point Aerial Photo by Tim Mooney

Friday, October 14th, 2011

Aerial photograph of Darling Point Sydney

Darling Point © Tim Mooney


Aerial Photography in Sydney is a passion of mine and its great to discover different aerial angles. This shot of Darling Point in Sydney shows the diverse nature of land sizes and architectural choices. In my Aerial Photography Book of Sydney – Sydney Waterfronts East – most of the imagery is taken lower than this altitude.

Twin Tugs

Wednesday, October 5th, 2011
Two tugs at wharf

PB Murray and PB Darling © Tim Mooney

In my aerial photography flights of Sydney I get to see some great images … just there. This shot was taken over Port Botany and shows the twins at base station.

The twins are identical tugs, namely the PB Murray and the PB Darling. Its possible they were named after two of our great rivers … The Murray River and The Darling River

If you are interested in prints or other usage of this image please contact me

Decorator Photographic Prints by Tim Mooney

Thursday, March 25th, 2010
New web page for ordering photographic enlargements

New web page for ordering photographic enlargements

I’ve been inspired to add a page to my website where you can buy print enlargements of selected aerial photography.
Every week I supply the lead image to Virtual Realty News (VRN) written by Robert Simeon of Richardson and Wrench Mosman. These images are now available in print format and its simple to order them from this page http://timmooneyphotography.com/prints.php

CVF

Friday, August 7th, 2009

David this is for your comment:

Wealth v’s Health by Tim Mooney

Tuesday, June 23rd, 2009

I read a nice little line a few days back : We spend our health to gain wealth then we spend our wealth in an endeavour to gain back or health.
Look at the art and mastery in this:

a simple 10 minute a day commitment is a start.
Its good to move.

Maroubra to City, The Eastern Suburbs of Sydney from the Air, by Tim Mooney

Wednesday, June 17th, 2009

My books sell well. http://timmooneyphotography.com/books.php but I’d always like to sell more. Contact me direct info@timmooneyphotography.com if you’ld like the best deal ever.

So here’s something different! I’ve done a full flight around Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs and come up with a time lapse 8 min movie where you can see everything from the air. Maroubra, Coogee, Clovelly, Bronte, Tamarama, Bondi, Dover Heights, Vaucluse, Watsons Bay, Rose Bay, Bellevue Hill, Point Piper, Double Bay, Darling Point, Rushcutters Bay, Elizabeth Bay, Woolloomooloo, The CBD, Opera House, Harbour Bridge.
Whether your in Real Estate or just a passionate local you probably will enjoy this not so pedestrian view from the chopper.
Please let me know what you think.

Redefine your skill set …. by Tim Mooney

Saturday, June 13th, 2009

I just had a great session with an up and coming photographer who is not ready to be ‘exposed’ yet. It made me realise how we should always be adding to and redefining our skill set. What’s your skill set. List it down then get better.
The following is magnificent
Take a look:

Been flat out like a lizard drinking, by Tim Mooney

Monday, June 8th, 2009

Nut case busy ness. Driving driving, flying flying, compiling … the clip on Bondi Aerials.
I went thru my photographic library (www.sydneywaterfronts.com) and my unpublished recent shots and compiled a little clip on Bondi Beach Aerials on youtube: take a look at : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8jpWQL1Q1ek
or here:

Wet as! by Tim Mooney

Tuesday, June 2nd, 2009

We have had lots and lots of duck weather overnight.
And I’ve had a few issues with my Bondi movie … its not ready as I expected. Its not far off so thanks for your patience .. just perfecting the voice over … its amazing how accurate one must be with this stuff.

So I’ll be back later in the evening.
Great day ahead!