Landscape Photography blog - by France based photographer Lee Duguid
Walls of Jerusalem National Park Tasmania
This was the introduction to winter camping that I didn’t expect. Well some aspects I did expect, and prepare for. I knew it would be cold, how cold was a surprise! I was down in Tasmania for the AIPP annual Event which this year was being hosted in Hobart. After several days of photography, dinners […]

Category: travel stories
Date: April 22, 2014
In review 2013
Happy New Year all, here’s to a great 2014. I guess now is a good time to see what I’ve actually achieved in the last year photography wise, sum it up in a blog post and look forward to achieving bigger and better things for 2014. A reoccurring New Years resolution is that I go […]

Category: other news
Date: January 2, 2014
Lee Filter Landscape Sunrise Sky Set
I’m an avid fan of Lee filters using their Neutral Density (ND) filters on almost every shoot. However I’ve always cringed at the thought of using their coloured filters. I mean why would I want my photos to look like the opening scene of CSI Miami? I had it in my mind there was no […]

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Date: November 28, 2013
Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park
A must for all photographers and a location I had been desperate to get to since arriving on Australian shores back in 2003, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park aka Ayers Rock and The Ulgas. First stop after our flight direct to Ayers Rock Airport was Kings Canyon a few hour drive away. Interestingly even though it’s a […]

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Date: October 10, 2013
AIPP Associate and APPA Awards
After a fantastic result at this years Australian Institute of Professional Photography (AIPP) Awards (APPAs) I have been awarded my AIPP Associate ribbon. The Associate ribbon is recognition from the countries leading photography association for gaining sufficient points in their national competitions (APPAs). It also means I am only one step away from a dream […]

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Date: October 2, 2013
Au revoir Australia, bonjour France
La Roquette sur Var, France taken on a recent visit to my soon to be home. With some trepidation I’m saying au revoir Australia and bonjour France. If you missed that, I’m leaving Australia and moving to Nice, France. From January 2014 I will be starting this new chapter of my life with my then […]

Category: other news
Date: September 25, 2013
Photoshop tips – Fresh Eyes
With the fast moving world of social media along came Friday and I wanted to post something exotic (to a mostly Australian audience). So in my haste I began trawling through my archives. There is a wealth of good images to be found sometimes you just need to look past that flat uninteresting image staring […]

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Date: August 20, 2013
Kings Canyon
For a photographers location guide to this unique region be sure to read my Kings Canyon guide over on Finally a trip to Australia’s Northern Territory! Since first arriving on Australia’s shores in 2003 I have travelled the East and West coast quite extensively. It has only taken me 10 years but I finally made it to […]

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Date: July 30, 2013
Vivid Sydney 2013 Timelapse
Thought I should finally post my Vivid Sydney 2013 timelapse on my blog. I actually posted this on my Facebook page a few weeks back and was thrilled to see all the Likes, Comments and Shares. The Vivid Sydney 2013 timelapse was shot over a couple of nights, well mostly one, the other night was […]

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Date: July 15, 2013
Camera Care & Cleaning
Taking care of your camera gear is paramount for some, even to the extent where some camera owners would prefer not to use their gear rather than risk getting dirt, dust, water or any other nasties near it. Of course all of these can be camera killers, but not using our cameras and being super […]

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Date: June 25, 2013
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