A seriously belated welcome, actually. Dan Fellow has been with Think Tasmania from day one as our professional tourism photography expert. But we’d be remiss not to introduce him formally.
Professional Tourism Photography: Dan Fellow
Something is recent though, and that’s Dan’s foray into the Facebook social media market. His new page is called Tasmania Photos and has just been launched. Check it out. I’m sure you’ll like it.
DESKTOP TASMANIA is a stunning collection of over 2000 high resolution digital photos on CD Rom depicting the many wonders of Australia’s island state. The CD also includes 50 action videos and an 85 photo freeware screensaver and comes with it’s own photo viewer software. The photos can be used copyright free for non commercial printing, presentations, email and more.
The History of Desktop Tasmania
Desktop Tasmania was initially released in 2000. Since then, the CD has been constantly revised, with new photos added as attractions evolve in Tasmania. Similar to a personal photo storage system, the images are arranged into Tasmanian regional files as well as subjects. You can search for national parks, people, wildlife and historical sites. There’s even a bonus section with sunrise and sunset shots… always popular!
Desktop Tasmania sells for $19.95 AUD, and is available from Dan Fellow via Think Tasmania’s online shop. You’ll also find copies of the digital puzzles CD there.
Digital Puzzles: Tasmanian Tourism Photography
In addition to this awesome souvenir CD, Dan Fellow has also recently released his digital puzzles CD. After getting a copy last month, we can guarantee jigsaw puzzle enthusiasts will be enthralled. And there’s no table-top required because you do the jigsaw on your computer. How cool is that?
There are copyright restrictions in place for the commercial use of images. Before “borrowing” any of the photos, you should first contact Dan Fellow by phone 0417 776 566. Any images, including those with credit given to Dan on the Think Tasmania website, are for sale. You can either contact Think Tasmania or Dan himself for more information.