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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 that at the time I’ve thought are just the coolest thing ever. There was...

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 stepping off the beaten path in search of something unique. Even if the location...

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...

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 immeasurable. Astrophotography is about capturing long exposures that bring out the available light and...

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, part of the fun is attempting to create new angles, seek unique perspectives or...

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, dance and glide through your image is one of the most rewarding effects you...

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 colour tone, white. Right? While white might sound simple, it’s actually quite tricky and...

Setting the Scene: How to Photograph Sunrise

Sunrise Photography Tips 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? Asleep or not, as the...

The Secret Setting: Aperture Priority Mode

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...

How to Become a Professional Travel Photographer

Travel Photography: 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. You would think all you...

How my Career + Gear Evolved as a Travel Photographer

Remember when photography meant taking 24 photos per roll of film? Crossing your fingers as you waited for the roll to be developed, hoping at least one had okay lighting and colours? Wow have...

PHOTO TIPS: Getting Creative with Shutter Speed

Learning to adjust your cameras shutter speed is one of the first steps to controlling how a photo is created. Knowing how fast or slow you want the shutter to be will help the...

How To Photograph The Northern Lights

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...
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