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Setting the Scene: Aerial Photography

Aerial Photography Tips, Camera Settings + Gear Advice Capturing an alternate perspective of a scene is always exciting, perhaps never...

Gear Talk: The Freedom of Photographing Tripod Free

It’s a question most photographers ask themselves while packing for a photo trip; will I need my tripod? Personally, to...

How to Stand Out as a Photographer Today

Photography: Getting your work seen in a Saturated Industry Photography as an art form and potential career has grown in...

Alternative Photo Editing Programs – Luminar and Aurora HDR

Ever since I’ve been a photographer I’ve only known and used two editing programs, Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Lightroom. However,...

Improve Your Photographic Eye in Ten Steps

Developing A Photographic Eye – One of the most important elements of photography Travel photography isn’t all about having the...

Setting the Scene: Golden Hour Photography

As the afternoon draws to a close sunlight appears warmer, softer and so much more beautiful. This is the golden...

Gear Talk: How to Choose a Great Travel Lens

What is the best lens for travel photography? Read on curious one… Travel photographers typically opt for three main features...

Behind the Lens: Creative Phases + My Current Obsession

Creative Photography + Stories Behind the Lens Throughout my career as a photographer I’ve gone through a number of phases...

7 Easy Ways to Improve Your Travel Photography

Travel photography is about so much more than following a step by step guide and visiting popular destinations. It’s about...

Food Photography: Photographing the Flavours of Macao

There’s a saying all about eating the rainbow but I’m going to add one little word at the start, photograph;...

The Great Barrier Reef – Photographing Above and Below

Cairns, Australia Every shade of blue from teal to navy appeared beneath me as we flew over the Great Barrier...

Gear Talk: The Benefits of Travelling with a Zoom Lens

Travel Photography + Zoom Lenses Now before you click away thinking this is going to be a techy article about...

Curating Your Work – Social Media for Photographers

How to Make an Attractive Social Media Account Social media has created a never-ending vault of inspiration and possibilities to...

How to creatively compose travel images

Want to create photographs that make your friends want to jump in the image and be there with you? When...

Autumn in Japan – Landscape Photography Tips

Japan Travel: The Beauty of Autumn As a landscape photographer, at any given time of the year there’s always somewhere...

Setting the Scene: Creating Star Trails with Live Composite

How to Take Star Trails The magic that exists once you learn how to capture astrophotography and star trails is...

The 6 Best Apps for Travel Photographers

Photo Editing Apps + Handy Apps for Travel Photographers Planning a photoshoot, capturing the shot and publishing the results are...

Editing Tips: Creating Pastel Skies in Photoshop

How to edit in Photoshop to create Pastel Colours Learn how to create pastel skies in Photoshop and transform your...

Behind the Lens: Turning Trash into Photography Equipment

So trash might not always be the word to use here but for the following story it is. In photography,...

Setting the Scene: Making Water Dance

How to Take Long Exposures of Moving Water + Create Beautiful Blur Creating soft flowing water and making it blur,...

Photoshop Editing – The 3 Magic Tools You Need to Know

Photoshop Tricks – How to Remove Unwanted Subjects, Clone + Replicate Photoshop is magic. That’s basically my conclusion on the...

Weather Forecasting for Landscape Photographers

As a weather geek, photography for me is about so much more than just clicking the shutter. It’s about reading...

Setting The Scene: How To Take Photos in Snow

A Quick Guide to Taking Snow Photos Photographing snow should be pretty easy because typically you’re just working with one...

How to Overcome Creative Block + Avoid Burnout

Creativity is a wonderful thing. Like taking a break from the real world, it allows you to get caught up...
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