My image “Barossa Bolt” received a Gold award in the Open (Professional) Nature category of the Epson International Pano Awards. The image came 13th overall in the Nature Category.
I’m really excited to win the Landscape category in Better Photography Magazine Photograph of the Year! Congratulations to Kath Salier for winning the overall Image of the Year award.Details
This year I entered the 2015 Focus Awards, an annual photography competition run by my Photography Group – Focus Australia. Thanks to the Focus Photographers group for running such a fantastic competition. The Awards are presented at an Awards Night at Dee Why RSL, which I attended along with 150 other guests. It was a…Details
Monochrome Awards is proud to announce the winners of their 2nd photography contest! Australian photographer Luke Tscharke has been announced as the overall winner of Professional category with the title: Monochrome Photographer of the Year 2015 and $2000 prize money. His winning image, called ‘Barossa Bolt’ shows large storm and lightning strikes over the Barossa…Details
I’m honoured to have one of my images featured in the Big Picture section of the March-April issue of Australian Geographic Magazine. It should be in the stores this coming week. Was great to mention to the stars of the image being Gavin Owen, Brendan Goodger, Jake Anderson, and Robert Gaunt. Also nice to have…Details
Don’t forget that Earth hour is on tomorrow night between 8:30pm and 9:30pm local time. So switch off for an hour to protect the Places We Love! I was really honoured earlier this year when I was approached by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) for use of an image in the “Places We Love” 2016…Details
I decided to enter the 2016 AIPP NSW State Awards awards for the first time this year, and experienced a bit of a rollercoaster of emotions on the weekend during the judging. I decided to go into the CATC Design School in Ultimo to watch the judging live. It’s rather harrowing sitting there watching the…Details
Introduction Milky Way photography is extremely fun and can produce spectacular images. Below are some tips to help you make the best Milky Way images that you can. • Location: Find a location with minimal light pollution. The camera will be adjusted so that it is very sensitive to light, and therefore any ambient light…Details