Archive for the ‘General’ Category

Cradle Mountain – Lake St Clair. “The Overland Track”

Posted Monday, December 16th, 2013

Last week I completed the trek from Cradle Mountain to Lake St Clair, or better know as “The Overland Track”.  We completed a total of 75km in 8 days, which included side trips to waterfalls and mountain hikes. Rated as one of the best walks in Australia, it is certainly not an easy track to […]

Understanding Depth of Field (DOF)

Posted Monday, December 9th, 2013

Depth of Field Explained Understanding depth of field is key to beginning to take competent photographs. Depth of field is one of the most important adjustments you can make on any camera that can radically change the outcome you get when you press the shutter button. So what is depth of field? It can be […]

Basics on taking a good landscape image

Posted Monday, December 9th, 2013

Almost everyone has access to a digital camera these days. Cameras can be bought in the store, smartphones can be equipped with them, and even tablets have digital cameras. This has caused many people to want to start taking their own pictures either as a hobby or professionally. However there is a huge difference between […]

Sydney exhibition on awareness of the Tarkine Rainforest

Posted Monday, November 11th, 2013

                  Made up of over 70 000 hectares of dense rainforest, the Tarkine is one of the largest protected rainforests in the world and one of the most stunning as well.  For a photographer, it can take a lifetime to cover. Pictured here is the Balfour Forest, […]

Moving To Tasmania

Posted Monday, August 26th, 2013

In a few weeks I will be moving permanently to Tasmania,  and for the next 18 months I will be working from the North West Coast where I will be conducting research, sending off film from previous trips of the state as well as processing any film I have waiting for me at the post […]

Brisbane City Skyline, from the Adina Hotel.

Posted Saturday, July 27th, 2013

In 2007, I took a trip from Adelaide to Brisbane for the Riverfire and classic photo of the F111 display over Brisbane City skyline. After leaving a friend of mine and finding a position nice and early, I waited for the nights activities to happen so I could capture a great shot that I have […]

The Key To Photographing Waterfalls

Posted Monday, July 8th, 2013

  One of the questions I get asked a lot as a photographer is, “How do you get such nice waterfall photos” Well keep reading as I am about to explain the simple things that will get you great shots with no problem at all. First you will need to have  2 elements of nature […]

Detail In Your Low Lights

Posted Tuesday, July 2nd, 2013

If you have ever wanted to know how to get that photo that shows the colour of the sky when you are taking that wonderful sunset photo but also giving your detail in the water and not getting the typical dark area of one half of your photo, keep reading as I am about to […]

Moving To Tasmania

Posted Sunday, May 12th, 2013

I am pleased to announce that later this year I will be packing up my house and moving to Tasmania where I will be living permanently. For the next 2 years, after I leave my current job I will be spending a considerable amount of time heading out to the rain forests, waterfalls and wonderful […]

Adelaide City, Double Exposure.

Posted Thursday, October 4th, 2012

  A while ago I read a story on how a photographer did a double exposure and captured the city in daylight and as well capturing the city lights in the one photograph. So with somewhat of an idea how to go about it, I thought I would give it a try. I did this […]