New camera: Sony A7R

I’m a bit late to the game but i finally bought me a Sony camera. Yep, it’s heralded as the ultimate landscape photography camera, the Sony A7r. You mean the Sony A7rII? Erm no, sorry, not the much hyped Mark II version, but the years old Mark I. There are a number of reasons why…

Retrospective 2014 

What’s happened in 2014 It’s the end of 2014 and time to reflect on what I’ve achieved in the last year. It’s been a funny year for me after relocating to Nice, France in January. I’ve been somewhat unsettled learning a new language, and culture. I’ve taken a back seat business-wise, spending a lot of…

In review 2013

Happy New Year all, here’s to a great 2014. I guess now is a good time to see what I’ve actually achieved in the last year photography wise, sum it up in a blog post and look forward to achieving bigger and better things for 2014. A reoccurring New Years resolution is that I go…

AIPP Associate and APPA Awards

After a fantastic result at this years Australian Institute of Professional Photography (AIPP) Awards (APPAs) I have been awarded my AIPP Associate ribbon. The Associate ribbon is recognition from the countries leading photography association for gaining sufficient points in their national competitions (APPAs). It also means I am only one step away from a dream…

Focus Awards 2012

I’ve only spent one evening in my entire life at a camera club meeting. I never found the desire or need to be part of one. The closest I have got to this sort of community has been with the Focus Flickr group. They are a great bunch of guys, and with almost 500 members…

Kolor Panobook 2012

Straight from France is this years Kolor Panobook 2012. I’m delighted to have two of my panoramic images included in this years edition after submitting my images to their annual competition. I use Kolor’s excellent software to stitch my panoramic photos together. It offers many powerful tools for stitching panoramic images and I wouldn’t hesitate…