Monthly Archives: May 2012

ADOBE LIGHTROOM 4.1 UPDATE NOW AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD

2012 APPA AWARD WRAP-UP

Once  a year the annual APPA Australian Professional Photography Awards are held in Australia. This year they were conveniently held in my home state of Victoria. The event is sponsored by Canon Australia and is run by the AIPP Australian Institute of Professional Photography. Widely regarded by many as the toughest photographic competition in the […]

THE DIGITAL SHOW – GICLEE AND MOAB

If you are in Melbourne tomorrow and willing to brave the current spell of bad weather  I will be at the Digital Show at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre for the APPA (Australian Professional Photography Awards). I have a selection of some of my favourite prints on display on a range of  different Moab papers at […]

ZODIAC PHOTOGRAPHY IN ANTARCTICA

One of the most exciting and enjoyable aspects of a photographic trip to Antarctica is the opportunity to climb into a zodiac with like-minded photographers and spend countless hours cruising amongst the spectacular icebergs and glaciers that line the Antarctic Peninsula. For the photographer with a penchant for icy landscapes it just doesn’t get any […]

THE DIGITAL SHOW – PMA AUSTRALIA 25th – 27th MAY 2012

The newly renamed PMA Australia show; now known simply as ‘The Digital Show’ opens in Melbourne at the Melbourne Exhibition and Convention Centre on the 25th of May and runs until the 27th of May. I will be exhibiting a range of my landscape photographs on Moab Paper in conjunction with Giclee Media who are […]

‘LOOK FOR THE LOGO’ AIPP TELEVISION COMMERCIAL

The AIPP Australian Institute of Professional Photographers is for the first time running television advertisements supporting the message of ‘Look for the Logo’, in an effort to educate the photography buying public about the importance of using an AIPP Accredited Photographer. I am very honoured to have been selected as one of only three photographers […]

HMAS PENGUIN POOL – ANTARCTICA

I have a strong fascination with icebergs and glaciers and have been privileged to have seen a good many during the course of my travels in the last few years. From the base of Mount Cook, Fox and Franz Josef Glaciers in the South Island of New Zealand to Europe’s largest and mighty Vatnajokull glacier […]