Monthly Archives: January 2010

APPLES NEW IPAD – A NEW TOOL FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS?

The rumours have been flying for months and we knew it was coming… And now its finally here (we’ll it has been announced and will be here soon) – Apple’s new iPad. If you have not seen the press release head on over to Mac Rumors and have a look at the video. But is it […]

YOU YANGS VICTORIA

This photograph was taken back in Summer 2008 just outside the You Yangs National Park in Victoria Australia. This relatively small park is often overlooked by landscape photographers given its close proximity to Melbourne; but scattered amongst the granite boulders and gum trees lie many potential photographs. What I really like about this photograph is […]

2010 – WHATS IN STORE?

I will be heading to Iceland in July / August this year for three weeks of dedicated landscape and wilderness photography, with a short stopover in Denmark and London for a few days rest and relaxation – a trip I am very much looking forward to. Although I have never been to Iceland before I […]

MATHESONS LAKE – NEW ZEALAND

Mathesons Lake in the South Island is an icon for New Zealand landscape photography. Situated at the base of the Southern Alps it is possible to get near perfect reflections of the alps in the right conditions. This photograph was taken late in the afternoon while the reflection was at its best during my 2009 New […]

CANON UPDATES THE 70-200MM F2.8L IS

Canon has today issued a press release announcing an update for the venerable and well respected 70-200mm F2.8L IS tele-photo zoom lens. Full details are on Canon Rumours website. The 70-200mm F2.8L IS has been my workhorse telephoto lens for the last five years and it’s optical quality has been superb. I can’t say I […]

AUSTRALIAN DROUGHT – MITRE LAKE

This photograph was taken at what used to be Mitre Lake at Mount Arapiles near Natimuk and Horsham in Western Victoria. I scouted this location on a previous visit and new it would make a great photograph with the right light. The composition works for me with the parched land and dead wood in the […]

CANON 1200MM F5.6 LENS IN THE FIELD

The Canon 1200mm F5.6 lens does not show up very often – but Outdoor Photo Gear have posted a very good video of it in use. Bring your own sherpa! Click Here for the Video.