Monthly Archives: October 2010

GALLERY REPRESENTATION – SOURCE PHOTOGRAPHICA

I am extremely pleased to report that going forward Source Photographica in Melbourne will be the Australian and International Gallery representative for my fine art landscape photography. Limited edition ‘pigment on paper’ prints of my photographs will be available exclusively through Philip and Source Photographica. I will no longer be offering prints for sale directly […]

ICELAND – SHADES OF WHITE

Wandering the shores of the Jokulsarlon Glacial Lagoon in Iceland rates in my top ten photographic life experiences. The sheer number of possible photographs in this remarkable location make even an extended stay seem just way too short for the keen landscape photographer. No matter what the weather or lens there are wonderful photographs to be […]

PORT CAMPBELL – LOCH ARD GORGE AND LONDON BRIDGE

Following on from my previous post – I had a real mixed bag of weather in the few days I spent driving the Great Ocean Road. I had everything from brilliant sunshine to blasting wind and rain as sporadic sea squalls blew in from the ocean across the coastline. As a landscape photographer I live […]

LORNE – OUTGOING TIDE & GURA GEAR AT THE TWELVE APOSTLES

After spending so much time photographing icebergs in Iceland on the black sand beaches in July and August this year it was really wonderful to get back onto some golden Australian sand for some local photography. It was really enjoyable to just spend a couple of days driving down the Great Ocean road again through […]

EASING THE SHUTTER FINGER ACHES ALONG THE GREAT OCEAN ROAD

Every hour spent out in the field with my camera gear equates to at least two hours in front of the computer. Sorting, editing and processing images is a time consuming process that (at least for me) is a somewhat iterative and occasionally laborious process. Some time ago I adopted the ‘chip-away’ philosphy to my […]

ICELAND – A PENCHANT FOR ICEBERGS

The Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon in the South of Iceland with its myriad of icebergs  is a natural wonder and phenomenon that provides landscape photographers with virtually limitless possibilities for photography. Easily accessed from the main Highway One ring road the lagoon is an ever changing landscape filled with icebergs that have carved of Europe’s largest […]

PHOTO OF THE MONTH UPDATED

I have updated the Photo of the Month for October – ‘Abandoned Blue Berg’ from Iceland.