Photography Tip 8 of 10

Tip #8: Join a club Join a camera club. There are plenty of camera clubs online, and there’s also plenty of physical clubs around as well.  Joining a camera club or getting online onto a camera forum that has other members, you can share your ideas, you can take photos and have them critiqued, you […]

Photography Tip 7 of 10

Tip #7: Learn from your mistakes I know it can be frustrating when you take a photo, and its blurry or over exposed, maybe something else ruined it for you…  so you delete it. If you’re keen on improving your photography skills I think you should look at your bad photos and study them. Try […]

Photography Workshop

7 Day Lord Howe Island Experience! 13th – 19th October 2013 7 days of Photography on the stunning Lord Howe Island. You asked me for a workshop… so here it is! I have teamed up with good friend Michael Snedic to bring you this 7 day photography workshop/tour. Michael has been a professional wildlife and […]

Lee SW-150 ND Filter

A little trick I use… The Nikon 14-24mm lens is a great lens, but it has one MAJOR drawback… because of it’s design it does not take a normal screw in filter. This means that you have to buy a specific filter system for this lens. I have the Lee SW-150 filter kit and it […]

Sydney PhotoWALK this Sunday!

a Fun and Free event Bring your mum! Seriously, this is a family friendly fun filled frolic of photographers (try and say that fast ten times in a row!) so bring everyone… The walk will kick off at 4pm for a meet and greet outside of the IMAX cinema and we will slowly wander around […]

105mm F2.8 EX DG OS HSM Macro

What do all those letters mean? It is windy, raining and just plain horrible outside right now, and that wouldn’t normally be so bad except right now, I am in a campervan in Mount Field National Park in Tasmania. Having not a lot to do I was sitting here looking as some of my shots […]

Horseshoe Falls Mount Field NP

The Fungi Happy Dance Having made the effort to come to Tasmania for a few days I was determined not to be beaten by the weather. One of the good things about the Mount Field National Park is that whilst it may have been blowing a 100km/h gale on top of the mountain, the rainforest […]

Sigma 105mm Macro Lens

Turning of the Fagus As I write this blog post I am in my hired campervan in Mount Field National Park in Tasmania trying to dry all of my clothes and camera gear. Yesterday I hiked with Michael Snedic who I met on my last Tassie trip, to the Tarn Shelf to see the Fagus […]

We Shall Remember Them

Anzac Day 2013 ANZAC Day is probably Australia’s most important national occasion. It marks the anniversary of the first major military action fought by Australian and New Zealand forces during the First World War.  ANZAC stands for Australian and New Zealand Army Corps. The soldiers in those forces quickly became known as ANZACs, and the pride […]