I’ve always had a love of the ocean and being in the water, right from when I was a small child. I’ve had the opportunity to snorkel and free dive all over the world (Great Barrier Reef, Ningaloo Reef, Christmas Island, Busselton Jetty, Antarctica, Thailand and many other places), naturally […]Read More
Articles by: Paul
Photos from various projects I’ve worked on with hotels around the world.
Well 2020 has been a weird year for most of us, some of us had major travel plans for this year cancelled or postponed and most of us have been unable to travel anywhere. Rather than do a Western Australian or even Australian calendar this coming year, I decided to […]Read More
Well what a weird year we’re all having! As with most people, my year went really sideways in late February / early March and nearly everything I had lined up for the year was either cancelled or postponed indefinitely. One of the things that I was looking forward to was […]Read More
Just a quick post to let you know that my 2020 Landscape calendars are now available. They are a wire bound A3 sized wall calendar with a page per month that comes ready to hang. The photos featured have been mostly produced in the last 12-18 months around the South […]Read More
This is continued from Part 1 of my review of the Fujifilm GFX-50s Each year I travel to Cambodia to work with a few NGOs, this year I headed across with The Giving Lens to lead a photography tour / workshop through Siem Reap, the temples of Angkor Wat and […]Read More
Over the last 9 or so years I’ve been working with different camera manufacturers to give them feedback and review some of their cameras. One of these manufactures has been Fujifilm. It has been quite interesting to see Fujifilm grow over that time from someone who made kind of cool […]Read More