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04 Water – The Wandering Lens Community Collection

Monthly Collection 04 Water Working with the element of water is something that inspires my work whenever I’m out shooting landscapes. Ocean swells, calm lakes, waterfalls, rain storms and puddles. From the Aussie shores...

Beneath the Surface – Underwater Portrait Photography

The underwater world is like a blue watery canvas ready and waiting for your creative ideas. Of course there’s marine life and natural formations like rocks and coral to photograph but adding your own...

Setting the Scene: Underwater Photography

Getting Started with Underwater Photography Taking your photography below the surface opens up so many creative opportunities. Water is my favourite element to work with and once you’ve got the gear and some technical...

Behind the Lens – Working with Water

If you’ve been a long-time reader of The Wandering Lens you will have seen me mention many times how much I love incorporating the element of water into my work. Photographing water, being in...

Visual Hotel Review: Fairmont Waterfront, Vancouver

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 😉). Few hotels offer the ability to...

Underwater Photography: Kayaking Glacial Meltwater in Canada

Hidden high in the Lillooet Range of British Columbia, Canada you’ll find vibrant turquoise streams of glacial meltwater. This natural phenomenon only happens for a few weeks each year and I have to say,...

Location Scout: Photogenic Waterfalls to Visit in Bali

Bali is lush. It’s a tropical paradise where rainforest grows rampant, greens are greener than anywhere you’ve been before and where waterfalls shower their way through mist-filled gullies. If you’re heading for Bali and...

The World from The Water – Dubai

Underwater Photography Project – Dubai With a skyline of towering man-made monsters, the coastline of Dubai is impressive from almost any angle. If you’ve been reading The Wandering Lens for a little while you’ll...

Diving at Europe’s First Underwater Museum

Scuba Diving at Europe’s First Underwater Museum The water has an effect on me like no other environment. There’s an instant calm from the moment I jump in and take a dive beneath the...

Setting the Scene: Making Water Dance

Long Exposure Photography – How to Take Long Exposures of Moving Water + Create Beautiful Blur Long exposure photography relates to creating soft flowing water and making it blur, dance and glide through your...

Cook Islands Underwater Photography Workshop

Underwater + Landscape Photography Workshop October 18th – 24th, 2017 From the moment the fresh island air hits your face you’ll feel at home in the Cook Islands. With water so clear you don’t...

Iceland: Photographing Skógafoss Waterfall

Iceland Photo Locations: Skógafoss Waterfall Skógafoss is one of those places you instantly become fixated with. The gushing waterfall dazzles with rainbows dancing in its mist, sea birds and their white wings soaring through...

Photographing The World from The Water in Europe

Underwater Photography Project – The World from The Water I love to photograph the world from the water. I’ve said it before and I’ll no doubt continue to repeat myself for as long as...

Water and Ice: A Photographic Journey in Iceland

Iceland is another world filled of natural inspiration and all things photo worthy. Photographing the diversity of landscapes has long been the main motivation behind my work. Water in particular has allowed me to capture...

Silfra Underwater Adventures: Snorkelling between Tectonic Plates

Silfra Iceland – Snorkelling in Iceland, yep…it’s as crazy as it sounds! As an underwater photographer I have numerous lakes, seas, oceans and coastlines on my growing list of places to photograph. Silfra, Iceland...

Underwater Photography: Five Tips for Beginners

Underwater photography is a great creative outlet whether you’re looking to take professional shots or just have fun in the water! The beautiful movement of the waves and water is one thing, you’ve also got...

The Traveller Series: November Edition – Water

Travel photography and water go hand in hand. Whether it’s ripples on a lake at sunrise, crashing waves hitting the shoreline of a sandy beach or the wonderful world beneath the surface. Water adds a...

The World from The Water

Looking at the world through googles and a lens is my ideal perspective. The thrill of floating around the ocean with flippers on my feet and the unknown below is the reason I choose...

Project: Underwater Adventures along the European Coast

I’ve been keeping this project a secret for a few months now while I worked out the nitty gritty but it’s finally time to share with you what I’ve been busy dreaming into reality…...

Underwater Photography: How to Take Split Landscape Photos

Learn to Take Split Level Underwater Photos Underwater photography is growing in popularity and there are so many techniques involved in capturing everything from surfers and whales to waves, the reef or simply the...

The Maldives : An underwater photography dream

Hello from the sunny island nation of the Maldives! I arrived five days ago and it’s taken me this long to pinch myself and realise I’m actually here. Really. The first two days were...

A Guide to the Photogenic Wonders + Experiences on Fraser Island

Fraser Island Photography Location Guide Imagine somewhere with a colour palette featuring many of the world’s natural wonders. Ocean blues, rainforest greens, sandy whites, mineral reds, sunset yellows and pink pastel dusks…they’re all here....

Wildlife Photography – An Interview with Rob Cottle

Wildlife Photography – An Interview with Rob Cottle Few of us have the kind of dedication that sees us wade up to our chest in chilly water to sit and wait for the perfect...

06 Coastal – The Wandering Lens Community Collection

Monthly Collection 06 ‘Coastal’ As one of my favourite photography subjects, coastlines provide something so inspiring and intriguing to capture. The endless movement of crashing waves, ever-changing tides, cliffs, sandy shores…I could go on...
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