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Behind the Lens – The Olympus Photographers

Photography Inspiration: Behind the Professional Lens You’ve heard me say it before and I’ll say it again to kick off this article; photography isn’t only about what gear you have but how you use...

Gear Talk – A Review of the new Olympus OM-D E-M1X

Hello Gorgeous – The Olympus OM-D E-M1X has arrived! Hiking through the frozen tundra of Finnish Lapland in -20degrees, the Olympus OM-D E-M1X slung over my shoulder, I was in awe of the pastel...

Never Stop The Journey – Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark III

Travelling as a photographer is a journey like no other. There’s the moments of light peeking over mountain tops, wispy clouds of all shapes and sizes filling the sky, cities filled with culture and...

Testing my new Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II in Iceland

Photography for me has never been about gear. I’m more about landscapes than lenses and have always focused on creative perspectives over fan dangle gadgets. For the past six years I’ve had the same...

A Photographer’s Guide to Tokyo, Japan

Your curated list of Tokyo Photography Locations Tokyo is Japan’s bright shining star; a city of neon lights, towering skyscrapers, Japanese cuisine (yum!) and a culture that’s a magical blend of quirky and quaint....

Photographing Australia’s Landscapes with the OM System OM-1 Mirrorless Camera

Photographing Australia from Coast to Coast – Colour Palettes and the OM-1 OM SYSTEM Mirrorless Camera When it comes to trusty sidekicks in the outback, you want plenty of water, a hat and reliable...

Ilulissat, Greenland – A Guide to Photogenic Experiences

Capture the Magic of Greenland in Ilulissat Ilulissat is somewhere you need to visit in your lifetime if you’re into icebergs and all things arctic. Frozen natural wonders meet a culture that’s as fascinating...

A Photographer’s Guide to Mungo National Park

PHOTOGRAPHING + VISITING MUNGO NATIONAL PARK, NSW Where lunettes form a chiselled landscape of rugged formations and Australian wildlife and Aboriginal culture take centre stage, Mungo National Park is one location to put on...

Hoanib Skeleton Coast – The True Desert Oasis

Hoanib Skeleton Coast – Wilderness Safaris Let’s start with this statement – once you’ve experienced Hoanib, you’ll forever want to return.  I promise. Be mesmerised and intrigued by the landscapes, animals and the atmosphere...

The Benefits of Working as a Freelance Photographer

The Freelance Travel Photographer Lifestyle Over the past two or so years, we’ve all seen the benefits of working remotely. Lockdowns forced companies to adjust and allow staff to work from home, giving them...

The Best Photography Locations in Queenstown, New Zealand

Queenstown Photography Locations, New Zealand Be prepared to have your breath taken away by mountain scenery that’s simply inspiring from all angles. Flying into Queenstown is an experience in itself but the winding roads...

Photographing Sunrise at The Old Port of Mykonos

Sunrise Photography in the Greek Islands – Mykonos Old Port Sunrise is a time of calm, a time I rarely see as a night owl and a time I know is worth getting up...
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