Monthly Archives: January 2012

ANTARCTICA – THE PALLET OF COLORS

On the surface of it, Antarctica might well be considered an environment that is seemingly devoid of colour and monochromatic in nature. This is a reasonable assumption because the great white continent is renowned for its brilliant white ice and dark brooding seas. Such dichotomy is simply wonderful for black and white photography and consequently […]

ANTARCTICA – ‘THE FORTRESS’

It is a very rare occasion in my photography when I click the shutter and instantly know I have managed to capture something special and out of the ordinary. It has probably happened to me only a few times during my photography career. I recall one such moment, which took place more than a decade […]

CRADLE MOUNTAIN – TASMANIA ‘COLOURS OF ICELAND’ EXHIBITION

I am heading off to Tasmania this weekend for a few days to visit the Wilderness Gallery where my latest exhibition ‘Colours of Iceland‘ is currently on display. I always enjoy going to Tasmania and am looking forward to spending some time photographing around Dove Lake at Cradle Mountain; weather and light permitting. The weather […]

ADOBE LIGHTROOM 4 – BETA RELEASE IS HERE

From Adobe’s Blog: The Lightroom team is proud to introduce the fourth major version of the product designed for and by photographers. It was 6 years ago today when we introduced the very first public beta of Lightroom at MacWorld on January 9, 2006. (Yes, it was Mac only, smaller in footprint than most raw files […]

2012 AND ONWARD – WHATS IN STORE?

2011 was a big year for my photography. I travelled to many wild and wonderful locations throughout the year including Tasmania, the South Island of New Zealand (I never get tired of New Zealand’s amazing landscapes), Antarctica; which was a life long ambition and an absolutely amazing experience, and many more places throughout Australia. I […]

2011 APPA GOLD AWARDS ARE FINALLY ONLINE

The 2011 (APPA Australian Professional Photography Awards) Gold award images are now finally online and available for viewing at the APPA website (although the Silver with Distinction and Silver awards have not yet been uploaded as of this time). The APPA awards are widely regarded as one of the toughest photographic competition in the world today […]

ANTARCTICA DEBRIEF REPORT

It has taken me longer than I had hoped to pull together this post Antarctica round-up debrief. Between jet-lag (which I just seem to take an inordinate amount of time to get over when crossing so many time zones – particularly between the Americas and Australia), Christmas, New Year social functions, a stomach upset, my […]

2012 SAILING INTO THE NEW YEAR

With 2011 now done and dusted, I just want to say thank you to all of you who regularly come back and visit my Landscape Photography Blog to check out my latest posts. It has been personally rewarding for me to watch the blog grow, and I am very appreciative of the many emails that […]