When I first started working in New Zealand; I really needed to understand WHERE I was working. I researched local history, and kept researching; the well is deep, so to speak. My curiosity about this place and it’s people has been insatiable… It seems like I’ve been searching for a place to stand.
astrophotography with hakan nedjat
On CFM recently, I spoke with local Coromandel Photographer, Hakan Nedjat about his Astrophotography. I originally discovered Hakan’s work on the Whiti ChitChat facebook group in early 2019. Upon looking into his work, I discovered Hakan is a Sony Digital Imaging Advocate – shooting with the Sony A7 series of cameras, which I was introduced to a few years ago …
The Lost Spring is returning magic to the lives of many and we are driven by a commitment to excellence www.thelostspring.co.nz Following 50th birthday celebrations, I was fortunate enough to spend a few weeks working on air for Coromandel’s CFM. This was a wonderful opportunity to make some new stories and share them. My dear friend, Alan Hopping – is …
I decided to give the low light ability of the iPhone 11Pro a trial run. ~wedged in the sand – a 30sec shot of the full moon rise over Mercury Bay
After commencing my involvement with the CFM in January 2019. (different blog post) John & Lynda invited me to discover Whitianga, New Zealand for my first time… and to fill in for Casey (Production & Onair) while she went on holidays. I was also tasked with setting up some Production processes and mentoring Casey in her role of Commercial Producer. …
I don’t really understand this one; but the branding started in a simple email like this… Hey Ed, The story is, I’ve been doing some work remotely, into a place in New Zealand called Whitianga. Te Whitianga o Kupe – meaning Kupe’s crossing place… Kupe being a great Polynesian navigator… i was thinking ocean-fish-canoe …all having Polynesian and Māori symbols…see …