How to Photograph Waterfalls

What settings to use, several tips and some traps that you need to watch out for. I was asked by one of my followers on Facebook to explain the settings I used to capture the image on the right so I thought it was a good idea to put together a video that will show […]

A Streak of Colour

Through the lens of the D800 I already posted a shot from this same spot that I took using the Fuji X-T1. In addition to having the Fuji, I also had my D800 set up with the 14-24mm lens on it. I was using a LEE .9 ND Soft Grad too. As I said in […]

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 […]

Choosing the Right Camera

Choosing the Right Camera There are so many different options available today in the camera market. From the smaller point and shoot to  the mirrorless range thats newly come out in the last couple of years, and then you’ve got your digital SLRs which are the larger chunkier cameras.   When buying your camera there […]

Photography at La Perouse

Bare Island at La Perouse as seen in Mission Impossible It was the last PhotoWALK of the year, and the earliest of the year, for the PhotoWALK guys. With sunrise at 5:37am a lot of the participants were setting their alarm clocks for around 3am, now that’s dedication! Unfortunately, it is the only way to […]

Nikon D800 v Sony A7

Which one is better? Wow, Sony have done a great job of launching their new A7 Full Frame mirrorless camera. I have personally seen several people sell their current DSLR to fund the order of a new Sony A7. Is this the move to make or are you smarter to stick with the tried and […]

Sculptures By The Sea Photowalk

Join me on the 3rd November for a Sunrise shoot On the 3rd of November, myself and Rob Potter (aka The PhotoWALK Guys) will be hosting a PhotoWALK at Sculptures by the Sea down at Bondi Beach here in Sydney. This is a great chance to head out with your camera and meet some like […]

Norah Head Lighthouse

Man Made meets Nature I am not sure what draws me to it, but I like something in my shots that is man made. Strange really…. I was chatting to wildlife photographer Michael Snedic and he says he has never published an image with anything man made in it. For me, when I arrive on […]

Cradle Mountain Tasmania

The wait is over… As I write this blog post I am sitting in the Virgin Lounge at Sydney airport waiting for my flight to Tasmania. I booked this trip months ago as a 40th Birthday present to myself. I love living in Sydney but we just dont have the dramatic landscapes of other parts […]