The day begins slow, I get dressed, make my way to the kitchen and boil the kettle. I lift my head up while I wait for it to boil when I peer out the window to find I could barely see 10 meters out the window. I had originally planned to take a slow start to the day, do some reading, listen to a podcast and check my email. This quickly came to a holt and I threw on my shoes, grabbed my camera and ran out the door to immerse myself in these fleeting conditions.Read More
I received a great email over the weekend from a client. After working closely with Simon Ellis Landscape Architects to capture his stunning project on Turner Street, Abbotsford, my photography went on to accompany Simon’s submission resulting in an Australian institute of Landscape Architects award!Read More
Munga-Thirri is a series of hyperrealistic aerial landscape photography captured above Munga-Thirri National Park formerly known as The Simpson Desert, Queensland, Australia. Read more.Read More
What are these strange looking things you might be asking? Or you might be wondering when I’m going to hurry up and get on with telling you whether you should get a pair for yourself. I can tell you that the PocketWizard Plus II Transceiver is another do what you tell it to do, and it will do it, type device. In the article below I will outline the experience I have had while getting to know this super-linear product.Read More
When I think of Architectural Photography, I think of abstract shapes, beautiful lines coming together with intricate patterns and the details that creep forward with the assistance of light. These are just a few elements that play apart in architectural photography.
Despite the fact your subject can't necessarily run away, this photography specialisation is not that simple. With these tips I hope to give you advice about the world of line, structure and perspective. Read carefully as I divulge a few ideas, tips and tricks on how to improve your own architectural photography game whether your a beginner or just interested in what I consider when I'm out and about.Read More
Aerial photographer Tim Allen spends most of his time flying high in the sky with his camera in hand. A Melbourne native, Tim has now left behind his childhood home to pursue a life in The Netherlands. The relocation has inspired his latest series, Kanaal.Read More