Road Trip with NiSi Filters

Road Trip with NiSi Filters

When NiSi Filters gave us the go ahead for an epic East coast road trip; Luke Tscharke, Daniel Tran and myself tossed around a few ideas before we finally decided on a bunch of awesome locations North of Sydney. We had planned this road trip weeks, if not months, in...
The Moody Camel (Before and After)

The Moody Camel (Before and After)

When I first started out in landscape photography, I was always very interested in what the photographer did after the photo was taken. What I mean is, once they captured the image, what was it they did to go from that straight out of camera file to a final, polished...
Preparing Images for Instagram

Preparing Images for Instagram

A question I receive quite regularly is “how do I get my dslr/mirrorless images from my computer to Instagram?” Rather than replying with a boring and lengthy answer every time I get that question, I decided I would record some videos to show you how I not...
How to: Photographing sunstars

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...
Shorten that Shutter Speed!

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...
Photoshop Edit – The Grampians

Photoshop Edit – The Grampians

I recently uploaded this shot to Instagram asking if people would be interested in reading a somewhat detailed tutorial on how I edited the image. It turns out, a lot of people were interested! Keep in uliind that this is not a beginner tutorial and I’m assuming...
Sharpening Images for the Web

Sharpening Images for the Web

There is more than one way to skin a cat, as the saying goes. And that saying is extremely true inside of Photoshop. There are so many ways to do any one task in Photoshop, in this case; image sharpening. From Unsharp Mask, High Pass filters to the much newer, and...
How to Photograph Moving Water

How to Photograph Moving Water

It’s no secret that I love water. I think over 90% of my images have either fresh or salt water rushing through them. Needless to say, one of the question I get asked the most, apart from what camera do I shoot with is, how do I get that “dreamy or smooth” look to the...
My Top 5 Seascape Photography Tips

My Top 5 Seascape Photography Tips

Some time ago I posted my top 10 landscape photography tips. Having recently done a revamp of my site I thought it was time to revisit some of my older posts! This time, getting a little more specific looking at seascape photography. Seascape photography, in my eyes,...
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