Hey guys, Like most of us, I read heaps of articles on photography, here’s a short list of some of the best I saw this week. The Uncertain Future of Photojournalism A slightly pessimistic view of the future for Photojournalists. Are You a Photographer or a Camera Operator? Well, which are you? A Young Photographer On … More A Great Selection of Read
Hey, Although the main reason I go to South Africa is to photograph wildlife, I also like experimenting with light and movement. Here’s a selection of experimental shots I made. They are generally high ISO with some movement involved. OK, so there is a selfie in there but at least it is better than … More Experimenting in South Africa
My wife and I returned last week from 2 weeks in South Africa, in the Kruger, Sabi Sands and Thornybush in the Timbavati. Photographers paradise!!!! We spent a week with Grant Marcus, he’s a photography guide with Wild Eye Photpgraphy. Grant is based out of Midikwe (next visit!!!! They have an underground hide!!!!!!!) After a … More Culling Shots
The forecast for this weekend on the Gold Coast is pretty poor. Strong winds and heavy rain coupled with a King Tide. Photographers are known to be light addicted, so what to do when the light / weather is crap? Here’s one idea: Explore your area and shoot through the windscreen! These shots are all … More A Wet Weekend On The Gold Coast
I am extremely lucky in that my job has me frequently travelling, often to some of the most “bucket listed” places around. On this one, I travelled through Mumbai, New Delhi, Ahmedabad and Cairo on a 2 week business trip. A typical trip for me is a series of fleeting glimpses through windows: cars, taxis, … More Through The Window
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Dubai, a real contender for the title of The City of Lights! … More Dubai, the New City of Lights
Surely not, please tell me this is a joke!!!! In a world gone mad, where anyone with a phone thinks of themselves as a photographer, the latest “thing” to demonstrate your narcissism has arrived! The World’s greatest photography disaster!