Monthly Archives: May 2011

THE IMPORTANCE OF STARING TIME – A THOUGHT PROCESS

It has been almost a year since I was in Iceland on my photographic expedition in July and August 2010. Since I have been back I have been on many other photographic trips and shoots – some local and some further afield. Yet, it is the many thousands of frames I took in Iceland that […]

THE 2011 NILLUMBIK PRIZE EXHIBITION

I am pleased to follow on from my previous announcement earlier this month of ‘Blue Berg’ winning the 2011 Extreme Environment People’s Choice Award with the news that this photograph has also been selected to be hung at Montsalvat in Eltham as part of the 2011 Nillumbik Prize. This is the second year in a […]

VAPOURWARE – THE NEW CANON EOS 1DS MK IV

Those of you who follow any of the internets Camera Rumours websites (some of them make quite entertaining reading with liberal sprinkling of salt) will have read everything from a proposed release date of tomorrow to never for the hotly anticipated Canon 1DS MKIV. The proposed specifications are as varied as the theoretical release dates […]

WINTER IN NEW ZEALAND’S SOUTH ISLAND – JUNE ITINERARY

My trip to New Zealand has started to sneak up on me (now three and half weeks away) and its time to formalise an itinerary of places to visit during the trip. I have booked a camper van / motorhome complete with kitchen, mod cons etc. which means I have a great deal of flexibility […]

THE TASMANIAN MERCURY – EXTREME SUCCESS IN FOCUS

The Tasmanian Mercury has a brief online article about the 2011 Extreme Environment Competition featuring my People’s Choice Award Photograph.

BLUE BERG WINS EXTREME ENVIRONMENT PHOTOGRAPH OF THE YEAR 2011 PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD

I am extremely pleased to announce that one of my two finalist photographs on display at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery in Hobart has won the Extreme Environment Photograph of the Year 2011 People’s Choice Award. I was having a late Sunday morning breakfast this morning with my two kids at a cafe in […]

EXTREME ENVIRONMENT EXHIBITION NOW OPEN IN HOBART

I flew down to Hobart on Friday for the opening of the Extreme Environment Photographic competition at the Tasmanian National Museum. The exhibition opened to the public at 10am and I was surprised to find on my arrival shortly after 10 that  it was packed with people, media and even a politician or two. Unfortunately […]

EXTREME ENVIRONMENT PHOTOGRAPHIC EXHIBIT TO OPEN THIS FRIDAY

The 30 Finalist photographs in the 2011 Extreme Environment Photographic Exhibition go on display this Friday from 10am at the Tasmanian National Museum in Hobart. I have two photographs in the exhibition and will be flying down to Hobart for the opening this Friday morning. Finalists images can also be viewed in low resolution on-line, […]

MAY PHOTO OF THE MONTH

I have updated the Photo of the month for May – One of the two photographs that I entered into the 2011 Extreme Environment Photographic competition – Entitled “The Well of Life”. Both photographs have been selected as finalists and prints go on display this coming Friday at the Tasmanian National Museum in Hobart. I […]