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, photographing this landscape in is something I’ll never forget.
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.
When it comes to the business of inspiring wanderlust, travel photography plays a crucial role. It’s a profession about creating images that encapsulate the culture and sense of place along with the landscape and light.
Where to take beautiful photos in Monaco – Vantage points + photo spots It’s a tiny coastal country that bathes in the warm Mediterranean sun year round and is home to the most luxurious hotels, stores and mega yachts.
As an underwater photographer I have numerous lakes, seas, oceans and coastlines on my growing list of places to photograph. Silfra, Iceland was at the very top.
Social Media for Photographers Now more than ever there are so many opportunities for photographers to have their work seen. Marketing your own work has become a crucial element to success and ensuring your creative work is visible within the online community is one of the best ways to gain attention.
Words just sometimes aren’t enough. Photos either. It seems I’ve found a place that constantly inspires and enchants with it’s dreamy landscapes and moody weather.
A view toward the Prince’s Palace, a harbour filled with mega yachts and the calm seas of the Mediterranean. That’s what you can expect to see from your balcony at the Novotel Monte Carlo, a hotel where you can soak up the glitz without breaking the budget.
Showcasing the world from above opens up a new perspective of natural patterns and colours. When it comes to coastlines and in particular beaches you’ve got glistening water, shining sand and views that you would never see from the ground just waiting to be photographed.
How to Prepare for an Adventure Photography Hike Photographing incredible landscapes and scenic vistas is sometimes only possible by getting amongst the elements and having a little adventure.
Dog sledding with my camera through a snow covered forest in Swedish Lapland, moments don’t get much better! As we drove along passing endless fields and forests of white I had no idea what to expect from the day of dog sledding ahead of me.
Learn how to Photograph the Northern Lights Photo Tips for Photographing Aurora + Astro When the green waves of the Northern Lights dance in the sky or the stars twinkle on a clear night, you’ll want to know how to photograph this incredible natural phenomenon.
Where to stay in Kiruna, Sweden When picturing my dream winter scene I always envision a little cabin in the woods surrounded by fields of snow and a sleigh out the front.
Venice is one of the best cities you can visit as a photographer. The colours and charm, the canals and mystery, not to mention the gondolas, restaurants and character filled squares.
The Danube River weaves its way through 10 countries in Central and Eastern Europe. The source is in the Black Forest of Germany and from here it crosses through beautiful landscapes, capital cities and small villages until it reaches the Black Sea.
Australian landscapes are one of a kind… “I’ve been to cities that never close down From New York to Rio and old London town But no matter how far or how wide I roam I still call Australia home I’m always travelling, I love being free And so I keep leaving the sun and the sea But my heart lies waiting over the phone I still call Australia home…”
When venturing away on a trip with your camera you’ll probably check to see what weather you’re expecting beforehand. One thing to always keep in mind is how your camera will react and how to protect it from any condensation forming.
Photographing Aurora in Swedish Lapland Snow covered forests, dark and chilly days with little sunlight appeared to be the perfect conditions for some aurora sightings.
As an Aussie, Christmas has always been about a day by the beach and a barbeque in the hot sun. Santa arrives on a surf board, speed boat or jetski and the possibility of snow is about the furthest thing from our minds.