Monthly Archives: August 2011

NEW ZEALAND 2012 CALENDARS NOW AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE

Earlier this year I licensed some images to a New Zealand based company that is producing calendars that contain iconic landscapes of New Zealand (both the North and the South Island). The Calendars have now come back from the printers and can be ordered through Black Fish Design and Publishing in New Zealand. They will […]

AUSTRALIAN PHOTOGRAPHY AND GALLERY COMPENDIUM 2011

The 2011 Australian Photography and Gallery Compendium has just been released. This high quality fine art book is made using the finest production techniques with pre-press production by expert colour managers and designers. The reproduction of detail, colour and depth is exceptional and is the next best thing to actually viewing one of the fine art […]

ANTARCTICA – T MINUS 3 MONTHS : WILL I BE TAKING A NEW CANON PRO DSLR?

I realised this morning it is now only three months until I leave for Antarctica with Quark Expeditions; which means it is definitely time to get a wriggle on in terms of a packing list and preperation. I have a pretty good idea already on what I plan to take with me but I still […]

MOAB MASTER APPOINTMENT – AUSTRALIA’S FIRST MOAB MASTER AND YOUR CHANCE TO OWN A GOLD APPA PRINT

I am both extremely pleased and proud to announce that Legion Paper and Moab who produce my absolute favourite photographic papers have officially designated and appointed me as one of their Moab Masters. This makes me to date the first and only Australian photographer to be honoured by Moab with Master status and I would like to thank them for their […]

THE VERTICAL COMPOSITION – SELFOSS BEFORE STORM

When out shooting in the field I usually find that the subject and composition will dictate the orientation of the frame – either horizontal or vertical in the 35mm format. Almost always I will go with my first instinct when making framing, composing and orientation decisions and usually my first instinct results in the best […]