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Landscape Photographer Hangout
Thursday (29th November 2012) evening I had the pleasure of hosting an online Google+ Hangout with some of Australia’s leading landscape photographers: Kah Kit Yoong, Jérôme Berbigier, Ricardo Da Cunha & Everlook Photography. This involved us talking shop for almost 2 hours and broadcasting it live on YouTube. We covered some great capture tips, taked […]

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Date: November 30, 2012
Photoshop, How much is too much?
Good questions Lee. Well my opinion has changed considerably as I learn my craft and try to perfect the art of image making. Yes as a photographer we make images. First we pre-visualise an image, then capture the scene using our camera, and finally we process the resulting image to some degree. This can either happen […]

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Date: November 22, 2012
Focus Awards 2012
I’ve only spent one evening in my entire life at a camera club meeting. I never found the desire or need to be part of one. The closest I have got to this sort of community has been with the Focus Flickr group. They are a great bunch of guys, and with almost 500 members […]

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Date: November 13, 2012
Photography Mentoring Program
For photographers who want help and guidance over a longer period of time I now offer a mentoring program. This is perfect for those starting out, have had training but feel they are not progressing or even for those who just want to keep pushing themselves to learn new things. Purchase 6 or 12 mentoring […]

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Date: November 12, 2012
Photoshop post processing workflow
Yes I use photoshop, most photographers do these days. Is it cheating, no….if you would like to hear my justification here it is: Do you use photoshop? How much Photoshop do I use? Well I’ll let you decide, here’s a video starting from the output of my RAW file, gradually adding each layer to the […]

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Date: October 29, 2012
Time lapse for iPhone Ten Tips
The best camera is the one that’s with you, unfortunately the camera in question is generally my iPhone. That’s the thing with fancy camera’s (my 5DmkII), they are big, heavy and not so discrete. Especially when you want to shoot time lapse in a revolving restaraunt whilst out with the mother in law. So the […]

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Date: October 17, 2012
AIPP The Event
Being a new member to the AIPP I was extremely excited to attend this years AIPP ‘The Event’ in Hunter Valley, Australia. As an added bonus Robert Gatto the MD of Kayell invited me to a private dinner at the amazing Tempus Two Winery. I was sat at the big boys table with Peter Eastway […]

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Date: October 5, 2012
Weeping Rock, Blue Mountains National Park, Australia
I spent a long evening on my own up in Blue Mountains National Park in an attempt to nail this shot. I had attempted this before with mixed results so I went back with some lessons learnt and tried again. Arriving at Wentworth Falls in plenty time I knew sunset would be nothing special but […]

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Date: August 23, 2012
Landscape Photography – tips on how to shoot and process
For the budding photographers out there here is some great information on the capture and post production techniques used in creating some of my favourite images. I hope it gives you an insight into my workflow, if you have any questions or comments I would love to hear them.

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Date: July 18, 2012
Photoshop Tutorial – Picnic Rocks
One of my better known images from one of my all time favourite locations, Picnic Rocks, Tasmania. In this video I show you some basic techniques to add contrast, colour, dynamic range to your photography using numerous layers and layer masks. This video is 22 minutes long so that gives you an idea how much […]

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Date: May 23, 2012
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