Mick Eidam Photography and Underwater Photography
This gallery contains all the non human images including underwater as well as landscape and static objects. I have kept each gallery as lean as possible while still showing enough of the subject to stay true to the theme. Some of the styles here are what I really like to shoot such as the marine skins etc and I will probably add more as I progress. I also like using processing techniques to create different looks while using various tones as well as good old fashioned black and white.
THREE TO ONE PANORAMIC
A series of images either cropped or stitched and cropped in the three to one image format.
This is up close and personal type shooting that requires a great deal of patience to get close enough to capture a small section of fish skin.
Another series of photographs cropped in the square format but this time show casing general marine life from many locations.
This series is based on the same theme as the marine squared series with general marine life but is cropped in the popular portrait format.
GOLDEN VALLEY TREE PARK
Fantastic location for photography in the southern region of Western Australia. Well worth a vist in the Autumn if you get the chance.
A series of images from the Yarloop Worshops which were valued for their heritage status. Unfortunatly they were lost in the fires of January 2016.
A series of images taken over a period of time of random scenes and objects mainly throughout Western Australia .
Sometimes I get the opportunity to shoot wildlife either in Australia or when I travel. Although not something I normally do I will still have a crack at it.
Born in Adelaide, Australia I went to school locally and a subject that grabbed me at an early age was photography. I mostly had "hand me down" SLR cameras with a number of not so good lenses but I persisted and found a facination with black and white photography along with developing my own film. At an early age I developed an interest in underwater photography so at the age of 15 I built my own housing from perspex. In it I had a kodak instamatic camera that was very limited but, it worked. Still got it now! I moved to the West Coast when I was 16 and within ........Read More
Perth , Western Australia
If you have any queries or need any info about any of the styles of photography on this site including my underwater work please feel free to contact me.