Ever since I’ve been a photographer I’ve only known and used two editing programs, Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Lightroom. However, the big news cruising through photography circles is that now, there’s a new kid on the block and they’re already proven to be producing professional standard programs.
Sleeping under the stars on Hardy Reef in the Whitsundays There has always been something special about waking up to the sound of the ocean.
Exploring the Photogenic Whitsunday Islands Bring your camera along for the adventures as you explore one of Australia’s most beautiful collection of landscapes throughout the Whitsunday Islands.
In the calm waters of the Coral Sea, a collection of 74 Whitsunday islands await visitors with their fish filled waters, snorkelling hot spots and lush coves aplenty ready for sailors to float on in.
A Photographers Guide to The Isle of Skye, Scotland A little like crossing to Jurassic Park, the Isle of Skye appears like a land of mystery, intrigue and complete natural beauty.
As the afternoon draws to a close sunlight appears warmer, softer and so much more beautiful. This is the golden hour and you don’t want to be staring blankly at your camera not knowing what to do when it happens.
Where pulling back the curtains reveals the bustling waterway, rugged mountain peaks and stunning scenery of Vancouver, Canada. Welcome to Fairmont Waterfront, it’s beeutiful (you’ll see why 😉).
Creative Photography + Stories Behind the Lens Throughout my career as a photographer I’ve gone through a number of phases that at the time I’ve thought are just the coolest thing ever.
When you think about photos of Greenland, the first images that come to your mind are probably the immense icecap that covers about 80% of the country or the huge icebergs floating in the ocean.
Travel photography is about so much more than following a step by step guide and visiting popular destinations. It’s about stepping off the beaten path in search of something unique.
Paris Photography: Eiffel Tower Vantage Points Where to take pictures of the Eiffel Tower… Paris is somewhere that always manages to sparkle no matter how many times you photograph it.
There’s a saying all about eating the rainbow but I’m going to add one little word at the start, photograph; THEN you can eat all the rainbows you like.
Macao Photo Spots, Vantage Points + Cultural Districts Where Portuguese influence is displayed in all colours of the rainbow and Chinese heritage is visible via ornate details and historic beauty, Macao is a cultural blend of wonders.
Dubrovnik Photo Locations Your guide + map to the most photogenic spots + vantage points in Dubrovnik. Updated July 2018 A medieval wonder bordered by ancient city walls built to protect the character filled gem within.
The most beautiful lavender fields in France are found scattered across the landscapes of Provence. Rolling hills of purple lavender stretch into the distance contrasting with wheat and sunflower fields that make photographers go gaga.
Your guide to the Best Photo Spots in Venice Want to know where to take good photos in Venice? Scroll down to read this guide which lists all the best photography spots in this photogenic canal city.
Rainforest to Reef – Experience the natural beauty of Queensland, Australia with this guide to the most photogenic outdoor experiences you can have from the Atherton Tablelands to Cape Tribulation.
The sun was shining, snow had fallen on the peaks overnight and the lake was clear and still. Driving to Wilson Bay from Queenstown I was getting so excited by the snow capped mountains lurking above Lake Wakatipu.
Cairns, Australia Every shade of blue from teal to navy appeared beneath me as we flew over the Great Barrier Reef east of Cairns in Queensland, Australia.
Provence Lavender Fields – Valensole Plateau Want to skip through purple fields of lavender as bees buzz happily around you and the warm summer sunshine lights up the sky above?
At the going down of the sun and in the morning. We will remember them. It’s an ode read aloud every April 25th, in commemoration of ANZAC Day and the thousands of soldiers who lost their lives during World War I.
Scotland – The Isle of Lewis and Harris Wind-swept beaches with teal seas rolling onto pearl coloured shores border these islands in the western waters of Scotland.