The idyllic Koufonisia is one of the smallest and least developed of the Cyclades Islands. The Island is lined with white sand beaches and the clearest waters I’ve ever seen.
Ermoupolis, on the Island of Syros as viewed from the harbour, a pyramid of neatly stacked buildings with the grand Anastasi church at the peak. I shot this from our ferry which docked briefly before heading on to our destination, Santorini. Next time I would like to head onshore and take a look around this amazing island.
Athens, a sprawling city with pockets of ancient sites and home to one of the wonders of the world, Acropolis. Photographed here at sunset from a nearby lookout popular with locals and tourists alike.
Milos, Greece a stunning volcanic Island in the Aegean Sea. Secluded fishing village glows in the evening light, Milos Sarakiniko the most photographed landscape on the Island is a brilliant white beach that I stumbled upon whilst exploring the island. Its lunar landscape, twisted rock formations, caves, and clear blue waters make for an amazing…Details
The Cyclades, Greece are a picturesque group of Islands home to the world famous and absolutely breathtaking Santorini. This volcanic Island juts out of the clear azure Aegean Sea, with colourful sculpted buildings perched on its peaks. Santorini’s natural and man-made beauty make for endless photo opportunities, and is a must for any visitors to…Details
Is there anything such as the perfect camera bag? Read on to see how the F-Stop Tilopa BC stacks up. The Lowepro Mini Trekker camera backpack I have been using for years has lasted me really but was not suitable for a trip I had planned to the snow. It has limited space for extra…Details
Warriewood Blowhole or Canyon X as it is known to some photographers is a hidden treasure just north of Turimetta Beach. I visited the blowhole mid tide when access is limited to a short abseil down the surrounding cliff face. Luckily I had a Warriewood experienced photographer buddy Jerome Berbigier with me to guide my…Details
Isle of Skye on the West coast of Scotland is somewhere I have wanted to travel to ever since my passion for landscape photography became apparent. The island delivered varied landscapes, from rugged coast line with rolling green pastures to winding rivers and tall mountain peaks, it was truly awe-inspiring. Sligachan Bridge, Cuillin Mountains, Isle…Details
Finally I’m posting my first ever photographs from Scotland, I only lived there for 21 years so it’s about time. The first series of images are from the magnificent Loch Rannoch. You have never experienced midges (small biting insects) until you have been to the moors and Highlands of Scotland in the summer. Unfortunately they…Details
Walls of China, are formations sculpted by erosion over tens of thousands of years and are a popular destination with tourists and photographers alike. Located in the remote Mungo National Park, in western New South Wales I spent a long weekend here last month camping a photographing. The white lunettes turn into an awe inspiring…Details
A great resource for a somewhat confusing topic for photographers, X-rite have release a series of videos on colour management. If you are unsure what a colour managed work flow is or have some questions hopefully they will be answered here. Of course they are plugging their brand X-Rite, but the same principles apply with…Details
Having lived most of my life in the UK, and having never been to the Lake District it was a really pleasant surprise. I loved the rolling hills, slate buildings, tight windy roads, and of courses its many lakes. The weather seemed to be all over the place, one minute sunny, next rainy. This of…Details