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.
Learn to Photograph Sunrise Photographing the warm glow of a sunrise is perhaps the most relaxing scene to capture…or is that because I’m usually still half asleep at the time?
Travel Inspiration – Cook Islands They’re known for tropical sandy shores, clear water lagoons and friendly locals with smiles as big as the sun that shines over the palm trees.
Iceland Photography Location Guide – Reykjavik to Hofn It’s a country where waterfalls, icebergs and volcanoes converge to create otherworldly landscapes.
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 watery curtains and the powerful sound of the Skógar River dropping over a 60m cliff.
Taking Photos of People Whilst Travelling Capturing an image that depicts the way of life, local traditions and beautiful features of people is both challenging and rewarding.
Ice Caving in Vatnajökull Glacier, Iceland Standing beneath a ceiling of ice patterned like bubble wrap as a glacial waterfall flowed past my feet, I was in awe of nature.
When you are learning photography two words sound about as daunting as jumping out of a plane. Manual Mode. A lot of professional photographers will shout from the rooftops about the benefits of using manual mode on your camera.
Walking in a Winter Wonderland… The landscapes of Swedish Lapland in winter are like a snow globe come to life. White, bright and dreamy with a sky filled of constant dusk.
Whitehaven Beach = The Most Photogenic Beach in Australia From the air Whitehaven Beach is like an abstract painting. It’s sandy swirls, teal water and carved channels twist and turn like Picasso’s paint brush.
A Guide to Getting Started as a Travel Photographer The title of ‘Travel Photographer’ is the pinnacle for many creatives with that ever enduring sense of wanderlust.
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 my photography career lasts.
Burano is like a rainbow lollipop of Italian goodness. A short ferry (Vaporetti) ride from Venice, Italy, this little gem sits proudly with such a distinctive appearance and joyful vibe that a visit is essential if you’re in the area.
Switzerland is known for it’s mountain scenery that echoes yodelling and cow bells from peak to toberlonesque peak. One region in particular is all this and much more.
Water and cameras don’t mix well at all. Whether it’s drops of rain, humidity or you’ve gone and dropped your camera in the water by mistake, a wet camera is not ideal.
Iceland Photography Workshop with The Wandering Lens! In a land where glaciers meet volcanoes and rugged cliffs lead to icebergs resting on a black sand beach, photo opportunities are never ending.