IPSWICH photographer Greg Harm has captured the mood of the Australian landscape in his latest exhibition now showing at Swich Contemporary Art Space.
The exhibition, called Low Dynamic Range, opened last Friday night and will be on show until September 2.
Mr Harm says his work, much of which was taken from a Cessna plane over remote Australia, is "basically a reaction to the technical nature of photography".
"Photographers seek perfection but what they miss is the real gritty nature of our landscape in Australia," he says. "Low dynamic range is basically the opposite to the technique in photography now called high dynamic range, which essentially looks to take the perfect photograph.
"But to me it is not about that, because reality is not what you want to take away from something unless you are a photo journalist. What you want to take away from your interaction with objects or nature and wildlife is the feeling and the mood."