Scenes of places, people and activities or festivals have been captured and processed by local hobbyist photographer, Martin Chambers.
Most photos in the collection have been processed as high dynamic range (HDR) images which make them ideal to use both as your online imagery on your website; wallpapers for your desktop or to print out as pictures to hang in your home or office.
Images are supplied as JPEG's and can be purchased in three sizes:
- Large (As per original size - approximate file size = 10-15 Mb). Suitable for print (posters and pictures).
- Medium (1200px longest edge - approximate file size = 1-1.5 Mb). Suitable for small print & web applications.
- Small (600px longest edge - approximate file size 500 kb file). Suitable for web applications.
High Definition TIFF files (Size > 50 Mb) may be purchased on request. These images are suitable for very large print purposes such as banners or larger pictures.
About TasmaniaTasmania is an Island State situated to the south of mainland Australia. Tasmania is 64,519 km squared in size and has a number of smaller islands surrounding it. It is a natural state with approximately 40% of land protected including a large 15,800 km squared area known as the Tasmanian Wilderness which is World Heritage listed.
The population of Tasmania (as of 2020) is approximately 520,000 people with approximately 225,000 living in the south in and around the capital city, Hobart.
Tasmanians enjoy a relaxed lifestyle and produce such as fruit, seafood and whiskey is produced to the highest standards in the world.
More information about Tasmania can be found at:
- Discover Tasmania - Discover the wonders of the State.
- Tasmanian - Learn the Tasmanian story and how you can become involved.
About Martin ChambersMartin Chambers is a born and bred Tasmanian who has spent equal time in both the north and south of the State. He currently resides in Hobart.
Martin was introduced to photography through a number of his good friends years ago and after tinkering with smaller fixed lens camera's he purchased his first DSLR - an Olympus E3. Since that time, Martin has been shooting with Olympus Micro Four Thirds equipment as he enjoys the image quality, compactness and outstanding range of lenses the system offers.
Martin has completed a Diploma of Professional Photography undertaken through The Photography Institute and is a Photographer at local Marathon's and Fun Runs.