Have you ever tried to photograph city lights? There are many ways to do so, not all of which are obvious. This post explores an interesting in camera approach that will allow you to photograph city lights in a way that produces a very impressionistic result.
Welcome to the Leirhnjukur Lava Fields near the town of Myvatn in Northern Iceland. It’s a bizarre landscape comprising of ash and steam with a tiny pocket of grass on which sheep graze against distant mountains.
I’m a photographer who likes to delete files more often than not. As well as making room on my computer’s hard drive the exercise helps me reorganize files in a way that makes more sense.Read More
St Basils Cathedral in Moscow is a fascinating, if not somewhat bizarre looking structure. St Basils quintessential onion shaped domes are quite remarkable and are decorated in a variety of colors.Read More
Color saturation is a critical element in great color photography. Some images require vivid color saturation while others are better suited to a more desaturated color palette.
I want to dedicate this photo of Uluru in Central Australia to AFL football great, Jim Stynes, who died from Cancer at age 45 on March 20, 2012. A champion, both on and off the field, Jim Stynes was recruited from Ireland in the mid 1980's and made his senior debut in 1987.Read More
Moscow is a large and busy city. I enjoyed exploring Moscow by night while revelling in the intoxication of warm, balmy summer evenings. This photo was made on such a night, just outside the walls of the Kremlin, and only a few minutes walk from Red Square and the iconic St. Basil’s Cathedral.Read More
Devils Marbles is a unique and iconic rock outcrop in Australia’s Northern Territory. The interesting shapes of the gigantic boulders at Devils Marbles provide an interesting and welcomed break for travellers on the long drive between Darwin and Alice Springs.Read More
Minimalist photography offers interesting opportunities when it comes to making photos strong in composition. Likewise minimalistic architecture, particularly at night, provides the enthusiastic photographer with fantastic subject matter.Read More
I was fortunate to photograph actor Rachel Taylor while working as a stills photographer on the Australian motion picture film Summer Coda in and around the regional city of Mildura in Australia. Here are my impressions of working with this accomplished Australian actor.Read More
Truth and reality in photography are favorite topics of mine. One day I may end up writing a book addressing such topics. For now I’II explore the discussion around some architectural photos I made in the old town of Bruges in Flemish Belgium.Read More
If a tree falls in a forest will anybody hear the forest call? This post explores that concept as well as notions of perception and reality and how they may influence the way you approach your photography.Read More
It’s always hot in Bangkok, which places a balmy evening night photography session high on the agenda for the enthusiast photographer. Amidst the noise and the chaos moments of transient beauty exist, between the din of the traffic and the hustle and bustle of this busy and crowded city.Read More