Author: Paul

Come with me to Japan
2 April, 2018

A few years ago I did a trip to Iceland with some fellow photographers, whilst there I finally met the very awesome photographer and fellow Aussie: Andy Yee. We had interacted a few times online previously and had some laughs in the process, that just continued when we met in person. Andy is an inspiring photographer and the current recipient of the Sony Alpha Landscape Award, he will be leading a photography tour / workshop through Japan in...

2018 Calendar Launched
9 December, 2017

Hey All, Just letting you all know that my 2018 Western Australia wall calendar is now available to purchase, it includes a selection of images from my travels around Western Australia. It makes for a great custom Christmas present and you are supporting a local artist at the same...

Published in National Geographic!
1 July, 2017

Hey All, Just a quick update, I'm in the middle of a massive new personal project, I may announce here in the coming weeks. Recently I did a trip to the Northern half of Western Australia, it was a massive road trip that produced some photos that I'm incredibly happy with, including some new photos from Karijini National Park and Willie Creek near Broome. I'll do a write up about both of those shortly. I got some awesome news while I was...

Christmas Island Video
10 April, 2017

I know I'm a bit behind in the blog posts, we have a new arrival in our family, Elena Rose was born only a few weeks ago and she is definitely making her presence felt in the house. I'm now catching up on my content posting and will continue the series of Better Landscape Photography shortly. In the mean time, I've finally finished the video from my Christmas Island trip in May 2016. It was an awesome trip that you can read about here: Christmas...

Better Landscape Photography - Part 1: Gear
4 February, 2017

This is the first in a new series of posts I'm creating as a guide to taking better landscape photos. My interest in photography started with landscape photos while travelling Australia with my parents, it has always been what I've enjoyed most about photography, travelling, exploring and being out in nature. Usually these types of guides start with a "Why?!", this one is not going to be any different in that regard, everything else will be...

Photographing Fireworks
23 January, 2017

Tonight I headed down to one of my local beaches to photograph the fireworks held for the Festival of Busselton. I really enjoy photographing fireworks, I think because it is fairly unpredictable as to what you are going to get each time. I thought I'd pop up a few of the photos and, with Australia Day Fireworks approaching, a quick tutorial on how to photograph fireworks. 1 - Gear: You need a camera with some manual controls, something...

12 Films Project
13 January, 2017

So this year I challenged myself to produce 52 blog posts, 1 per week.. so far I've kept to my schedule, post 3 is nearly ready to go on Sunday night. I have also challenged myself to produce at least 12 videos, 1 per month. This is not me starting a vlog, the daily vlogging craze is great for those who have the time. I want to produce something of substance each month though, not be under the pressure of a daily video. Plus there is the fact that my...

Christmas Island Dreaming
8 January, 2017

In May 2016 I was commissioned to travel to Christmas Island to host a social media photography meet up as well as to capture the island photographically. I travelled there with 2 travel journalists who were writing stories about the trip and Linda from the Tourism Association. I was also commissioned to capture some 360 degree video for Facebook, YouTube and VR applications. First impressions on coming into land on Christmas Island was one of...

Happy New Year 2017 - 52 Project
1 January, 2017

Well goodbye to 2016 (and good riddance from many of us) and hello to 2017! 2016 was a year filled with some pretty awesome highlights for me, combined with some not so fun parts. It was a time of re-assessing my businesses, refining the processes, removing some services and growing others. Some of the highlights for me included: Working on a project in Antarctica with Aurora Expeditions - mind blowingly awesome, can't wait to head back...