Actually maybe I wanted to be a travel writer, or even better – a combination of the both. So it’s no surprise that 12 months ago, when I started to pin the location of my Facebook friends onto a world map canvas I purchased at TYPO that I started to hatch a grand plan. I decided I was going to… Continue reading "I Wanted To Be a Travel Photographer"
Category: World Through the Lens
We’re proud to release KHAOS LP (the light-painting mashup of the short film KHAOS) as well as the first online version of of the original short movie itself, after a successful presentation at Les Rendez-vous du Cinéma Québécois. The light-painting part has been all shot in one crazy night at my studio with 32 cameras and an acrylic plate. Everything is… Continue reading "Light Painting On a New Level – Introducing KHAOS LP"
Y’know who I’d like to meet out there on my travels one day? You. Yep, true fact. Know why? Because if we met, it would mean a confluence of journeys had occurred – and we’d each be the one that the other would tell stories about when we got home. You know how I know this? Because you’re here at… Continue reading "My 5 Secretly Favorite Things About Travel"
Yes, that’s right you heard right. Laugh out loud all you want because this years finalists and highly commended award winners for the Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards have been announced. The competition was introduced by wildlife photographer Paul Joynson-Hicks, who enjoys capturing wildlife in the bush. He encouraged photographers to enter the competition and submit images that were ‘funny, creative, dynamic… Continue reading "The Comedy Wildlife Photo Award Winners Announced"
When Benjamin Von Wong isn’t teaching at a workshop in Fiji, he’s more than likely doing something epic in the world. In his latest published work, Von Wong chases extreme weather on the Great Plains, east of the Rocky Mountains in the United States and Canada. The concept was simple, photograph everyday people doing every day things against a stormy backdrop with… Continue reading "Benjamin Von Wong Portrays Climate Change by Chasing Storms"
The team at Timelapse SA have caught our eye a few times before. First, with their timelapse back in 2013 and more recently with the behind the scenes from their most recent trip to Karoo. In the last couple of days Joe & Jonelle Louw have premiered their first ever timelapse short film on their website. Titled ‘Where We’ll Go’, the… Continue reading "Where We’ll Go – A Karoo Timelaspe"
Last year, my wife and I went on a trip to Israel and Hong Kong. While I wasn’t planning on doing any real ‘work’, I took a fair amount of gear, as you can see! From Melbourne to Hong Kong to Tel Aviv, we didn’t have any issues with my ThinkTank Airport Takeoff. That all changed when we got to… Continue reading "Traveling With a Heavy Bag Full of Camera Gear"
A few years ago, I wrote about the journey of Joe & Jonelle Louw and their mission to film a time lapse at Karoo, in the Victoria West (De Aar) area. Since then earlier this year it seems Joe and his wife Jonelle have revisited this harsh, remote environment. Taking their beloved ‘Landy’ the duo set out with their first story… Continue reading "Time Lapse SA – On Location In Karoo"
After interviewing Philip Gunkel last year, it was exciting to hear from the man himself about his latest architectural photography project LEONARDO GLASS CUBE Germany 2015. I photographed this project in April in cooperation with Leonardo to extend my architectural portfolio. I really loved the overall architectural design from the very first time I saw it. The all natural looking flowing… Continue reading "150 Hours Editing – Amazing Architectural Shots"
An interview with Wedding Photographer James Day Coming from a wedding photography background myself I was quite interested to hear about the stories from accomplished wedding photographer James Day, after I noticed one of his images went viral on his Facebook Page with the following text. “You know how sometimes the celebrant/minister mentions that your flash can interfere with the photographers… Continue reading "When The Camera Gets It Wrong And The Wedding Photographer Gets It Right"