On July 6th I was invited by telecommunication company Optus to attend an exclusive event at Sydney’s Centennial Homestead. During the event I learned that Optus has been quite busy partnering with National Geographic on a world first mobile app.
NiSi Filters have released a new filter dubbed the “Natural Night” filter. Unlike the rest of their filter range, this filter is designed for night photography. Essentially this filter will block light pollution. This has ideal applications for cityscape photography and astrophotography where light pollution can be a real problem.
I’m really honoured to be a judge for the 2017 Australian Geographic ANZANG Nature Photographer of the Year competition.
It’s quite hard to believe that 2016 is drawing to a close. This year has been a very exciting one for me and I thought I’d put together a bit of a run-down of what I got up to, if anything as a great memento for the future.
I’m very honoured to have some of my images published in Tasmania’s mountain ‘bible’ known as ‘the Abels’.
I had such an awesome night helping run an Astrophotography Workshop in Charters Towers at Leahton Park.
In November 2016 I had the amazing opportunity of being the guest speaker at the 5th Annual Focus Photography Awards.
In the September 2016 issue of the Australian Photography magazine you’ll find a feature article I wrote about infrared photography. It’s well worth a read if you’ve ever wondered what it’s all about and how you can get into it!
I just received the latest Practical Photography Magazine issue in the post direct from the UK. I contributed a short piece on developing your editing style and had a few images included as well.
This year I entered the inaugural photography competition run by the Wild Island Gallery in Hobart, called the ‘Tasmanian Landscape and Nature Awards’. This completion seeks out the best landscape and Nature images in Tasmania across several categories including animals, plants and landscapes. I’m really pleased to say that I placed first and third in