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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
Photoshop Video Tutorial Cappella Di Vitaleta, Italy
I have just released a video tutorial for a ‘behind the scenes’ look at how I processed my award winning image – Cappella Di Vitaleta, Italy. In this 33 minute tutorial I show you how I processed several vertical RAW files into a panoramic format with the help of AutoPano Pro. I then take you though […]

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Date: May 17, 2012
Good Photoshop technique
Good Photoshop technique is paramount to giving your images pop whilst maintaining a realistic result using invisible non destructive adjustments. When displaying small web sized images you really can get away with a multitude of sins. It’s not until we look at an image at 100% magnification you can tell if a photographer really knows […]

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Date: April 27, 2012
Shoot East or West?
On a trip to Railay Bay in the beautiful Thailand last week I was posed with the dilemma, do I shoot into the sun or in the opposite direction at sunrise and sunset? Railay Bay is a landlocked peninsula with two beaches facing West, and a dense mangrove bay facing East. For the most part […]

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Date: January 19, 2012
My first dSLR
So which dSLR should I get? Well there are a few things to consider, here are my recommendations: Which flavour? First up you need to decide on a brand. In reality there is no wrong decision although you might think so later down the track. Nikon’s are better in low light, but Canon’s do video […]

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Date: October 27, 2011
Dude Who Stole my pictures?
If I post my images on the Internet does it mean that anyone can use them as they wish? Legally no, but from what I have found people are obviously ignorant or choose to be so! A few months back after a quick Google search I found a tourism website illegally using my images so […]

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Date: September 22, 2011
F-Stop Tilopa Back Country
Is there anything such as the perfect camera bag? Read on to see how the F-Stop Tilopa BC stacks up. The Lowepro Mini Trekker camera backpack I have been using for years has lasted me really but was not suitable for a trip I had planned to the snow. It has limited space for extra […]

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Date: July 27, 2011
UV Filter, should I use one?
I would have to say NO…but read on. Starting out in photography we all do the same regardless of who we are and where we end up. First we buy an SLR with a kit lens or two, then a UV filter, then a polarising filter. Why? I have no idea, I would love to […]

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Date: June 17, 2011
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