The quaint Italian town of Alberobello, famous for its conical roofed white buildings (trulli) found in this region. A popular tourist destination, I spent half a day here on my way through to Bari before catching a boat over to Croatia.
Plitvice Lakes was one location that I was desperate to visit. Of course I wasn’t disappointed, I loved every minute of it as I trekked around the several miles of rickety walkways (much to the delight of my partner, Jess). Being there in Autumn made it all the more special, the leaves were on the turn…Details
An early morning visit to Long Reef didn’t result in the colourful sunrise I had hoped for. Instead the sun didn’t even make an apperance. Seeing the large band of cloud sat on the horizon most photographers would have given up favouring more sleep. A reassuring lesson on my part, good photos can be taken in…Details
On a trip to Railay Bay in the beautiful Thailand last week I was posed with the dilemma, do I shoot into the sun or in the opposite direction at sunrise and sunset? Railay Bay is a landlocked peninsula with two beaches facing West, and a dense mangrove bay facing East. For the most part…Details
I’m very proud to announce that I have been awarded Master of Photography (M.Photog) by the Australian Institute of Professional Photography (AIPP). So what does this mean? Well really it’s recognition from Australia’s leading governing body for photographers that I provide a high standard of work and service. Being accepted will increase my presence in…Details
Budapest, a sprawling city of old and new. Its historic sites, and natural thermal hot pools, make this city, split by Danube a fascinating place to visit. Hungarian Parliament Building Fishermans Bastion Chain Bridge, one of many that cross the Danube in the city of BudapestDetails
So which dSLR should I get? Well there are a few things to consider, here are my recommendations: Which flavour? First up you need to decide on a brand. In reality there is no wrong decision although you might think so later down the track. Nikon’s are better in low light, but Canon’s do video…Details
Venice, Italy was one place on my trip around Europe that I had actually longed to visit for a number of years. It’s a very special place and must been seen to be believed. The labyrinth of lane ways, and rivers with dozens of bridges, churches, historic buildings, boats, and shops will leave you bewildered,…Details
I’ve wanted to shoot Coogee for some time now. I lived there as a backpacker (don’t we all?) in 2003 so it’s somewhere close to my heart. The rock pool is an obvious focal point but I wanted to represent it in a unique way and choose a more minimalistic composition photographing from high above…Details
If I post my images on the Internet does it mean that anyone can use them as they wish? Legally no, but from what I have found people are obviously ignorant or choose to be so! A few months back after a quick Google search I found a tourism website illegally using my images so…Details
Long Reef on Sydney’s Northern Beaches. What looked to be a really bad sunset actually turned out great. Sometimes you’ve just got to find something to shoot and point in the direction of the nice light, there’s no shortage of leading lines on Long Reef at low tide.
Below is a series of images shot a couple weeks back titled Seven Days, Seven Photographs. The aim was to just get out and shoot, I don’t do as much of it as I should these days. I would also like to build my Northern Beaches portfolio so it was great to get a few…Details
I’ve been seeking a photographic adventure for a while now and exploring the wilderness of Kosciuszko by snow shoe certainly fulfilled that. As this is not an undertaking that should be taken lightly, Tim Wrate a fellow photographer and I hired the services of Mike Edmondson a snow craft instructor and guide. You don’t want…Details