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Well I’ve had my fun with the Sony A7r. I was tempted like so many and for a brief moment I was a Sony shooter. I loved the little camera…but that love was short lived. I’ve learnt my lesson, the grass certainly isn’t greener and the Sony is gone. Sold to the next photographer that […]
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Ever since I started weighing all my gear for winter hiking and camping in the mountains, I’ve been really conscience of reducing the load I’m carrying. It has actually been quite enlightening (or should that be lightening). I no longer feel the need to lug around all this heavy gear. I can get away with […]
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As always the Australian Institute of Professional Photography’s yearly awards, the APPA’s brought a roller coaster of emotions. Of the four prints I was entering, two I was pretty happy about. Usually this would be of more concern to me however I didn’t feel I had many strong images ready this year and I would […]
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I finally made it to India! So happy to have visited this magical country all be it for a brief time. It has given me a taste the country and left me wanting more. With limited shooting time I decided to take a car away from the obvious and less interesting tourist spots. Instead I […]
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With the advent of better camera technology and clever processing software, do we really need neutral density filters any more? Can’t we just replicate the effect of filters in Photoshop or even in camera? Isn’t the dynamic range sufficient in my shiny new Sony camera? Well yes and no… Graduated Neutral Density filters I used […]
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I’ve been busy planning a two week trip to Iceland starting in a matter of days. It’s a bit daunting when planning such trips. You know nothing about the place, what to expect, where to go, how best to spend your time, what everything will cost, and how to fit it all in. After much […]
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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 […]
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Winter camping in sub zero temperatures is not something you should commit to light heartedly. It requires lots of planning, and very specific knowledge and equipment. Neglecting anyone of these can have dire consequences. I don’t say this to scare you, or for shock value. In reality you are going to a very hazardous environment […]
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I was kindly interviewed on the topic of ‘Becoming a Professional Photographer’ by Education website training.com.au. You can read the interview over on their website: training.com.au or find my gory, unedited answers below. 1. How did you get your start as a photographer? Becoming a professional or successful photographer isn’t something that happens over night. […]
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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 […]
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