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Perth’s brand new Elizabeth Quay

This afternoon I had a few meetings and needed to pick up some last minute gear for my coming Antarctica trip (thank you Macpac Perth). I figured while I was in town that I'd take a bit of a wander around the brand new Elizabeth Quay and update some of my Perth...

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Death of an FStop Bag

My F-Stop Tilopa camera bag has died, so I've had to start looking for a new camera bag. Every photographer I know has multiple camera bags, it seems that for many of us it is an unending quest to find the "perfect" camera bag. Personally, I went through 5...

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South West Wanderings

With the way my work has been going over the last 2 years I've not had all that much time to do any photography in the South West of Western Australia, where I live. Instead I've been working all over Australia and the world with trips to Egypt, Jordan, Dubai (5...

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Aurora Australis over Augusta

We had a pretty awesome light display last night with perfectly clear weather as a massive geomagnetic storm hit. I headed out to see if I could get any photos of it... it's not often that the Aurora is visible to the naked eye in Western Australia, but I could...

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Journey through Jordan

In late 2013  I received an email from The Giving Lens about an upcoming photography workshop trip they were holding in Jordan, for some reason I knew that I needed to go on this trip, so I put in my application and hoped for the best. My application was accepted...

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Published in National Geographic – Viajes

For as long as I can remember, I've had this "life goal" for lack of a better term, to get my photos published in National Geographic's magazine. It wasn't something that I was working towards with any great intent or purpose, it was just one of those more casual...

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Adventures in Egypt

Early in 2014 I made a trip with The Giving Lens to Jordan, on the way over I was invited to join 2 other photographers in Egypt for a few days. I decided to head there despite the travel warning by the Australian Government and the constant bad news reported by...

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Review: Expert Shield Screen Protectors

A few months ago I was approached by Expert Shield and asked if I would field test their screen protectors, I was upfront with them and told them I've really not been a fan of screen protectors in the past as they tend to bubble, haze, collect dirt and peel off....

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Review: Induro CT213 Tripod

About a year ago I suddenly became in the market for a new tripod when the one I was using was blown off a cliff during a sunrise shoot in Geraldton, Western Australia. I managed to retrieve the tripod but the centre shaft had snapped and it was completely useless....

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Australian Landscapes – Video

Hey All,   Well first of all I have to say a *huge* thank you for the amazing amount of support I received yesterday after my April fools blog post about Quitting Photography. There were some incredibly kind comments as well as some reminders of some of the...

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Latest Travels and Projects

Hey All, It's been an incredibly busy year so far, I can't believe we're in Autumn here in Australia already! I'm looking forward to the weather and conditions that Autumn and Winter bring though, I've scouted a few new locations that I think will be perfect to...

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2014 – Busy so far and travels galore!

Hey All, Long time between posts, I know, it's been a pretty hectic few months with projects all over the place! Since my last blog post I've worked with many local companies helping them with their photography and some virtual tours. In the break there were also...

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Google Business Photos

Hey All,   I've been pretty busy over the last few weeks, capturing some virtual tours of our local businesses.  For those who might have missed it, last year I went through Google's certification program and became a Google Trusted Photographer. This allows...

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Tourism Australia

Tourism Australia have shared a few of my photos on Instagram recently, which I'm pretty stoked with. A few people asked to see the full sized images, so I've posted them here:   Thank you Tourism Australia!   Don't forget that my 2014 Calendars are...

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2014 Calendars Launched!

Hey All, After missing all the deadlines for 2013's calendars, I've managed to get myself organised and launch my 2014 Calendars!   I'm doing 2 calendars this year, the first one is "Western Australia", it has a collection of images from across this enormous...

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Nik Analog Efex Pro – Before & After

Yesterday Google made a heap of announcements about new features for their Google+ platform, many of them photography related.   On top of that, they announced a brand new plugin in their Nik collection called Analog Efex Pro, essentially it emulates many...

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My local jetty underwater – before & after

Hey all, As most of you may well know, Bec, Ana and I recently moved to Western Australia's south west, we now live in an area called Abbey, we're 600 meters from the beach! This morning was rather stormy, so I decided to check out my local boat ramp and jetty.. I...