Latest from the Blog


How to: Photographing sunstars

If there’s one thing that can add that little extra something to a landscape photograph, it’s a nice golden sunstar. It isn’t something I would go out of my way to shoot, however, if the moment/composition is right and the star isn’t... read more

How to: Cleaning your tripod

*Viewer discretion is advised* One thing you’ll notice when shooting seascapes, or even just landscapes in general, is how quickly and easily your tripod becomes congested with sand and salt. If you want it to last, then cleaning your tripod thoroughly is an... read more

Shorten that Shutter Speed!

One thing I’ve learnt this past year, spending most mornings taking photographs by the oceans edge, has been how much of an impact varying shutter speeds play in the outcome of your image. Not only can if effect the appearance of your image, but also the... read more

Recent Location Guides


Binalong Bay – Bay of Fires

Binalong Bay is one of those “I can’t believe a place like this exists” locations. Tasmania is generally a pretty cold and beautifully rugged landscape and then there’s Binalong Bay. It’s literally Tasmania’s own little slice of... read more

Liffey Falls – Liffey Falls State Reserve

It’s no secret that I love shooting water, especially water than I can get in. Most mornings I find myself shooting along the coast with the incoming waves rushing past my legs. If there’s something that I could compare that too, inland, it would be... read more

Bombo Quarry – Kiama

Since I first got into landscape/seascape photography, Bombo Quarry has always been on my list of favourite places to shoot. And to be honest, I don’t see that ever changing. It has so much to offer landscape photographers at all times of the day, whether... read more