1 Assess the scene. The biggest problem when photographing spectacular landscapes is you can often get overwhelmed by it and just start shooting, shooting, shooting. You have to avoid that, because when you get home you may find you have missed the shot. The key is to look for the elements in the photo that convey
I have taken many wildlife shots, but I will never forget this one story. I was on safari in Zimbabwe at a magical spot called Mana Pools. This huge bull elephant walked right past our camp and down to the river, then swam out to the grassy islands in the middle of the mighty Zambesi.
There is no better feeling than getting in your car and heading off into the outback for an adventure. Once you hit the road, it doesn’t matter what you have left behind or forgotten to do. The cries of life’s urgency dwindle with the kilometres travelled and you begin to unwind as the view ahead
In this digital generation we take more photos than ever, but very few people actually make real prints anymore. Prints are still one of the best ways to view your images and have them last, if you use archival print materials. There are two types of people who take digital photos; those who have had
When you’re planning a photography trip, you never know where the day might take you, so I encourage you to always be prepared. A well-stocked first aid kit is a must. Make sure you carry an alarm clock – these days a mobile phone usually does the trick. Always carry an umbrella and a water
The theme for last year’s Enlighten Workshop in Sydney was, “Turning Passion into Profession”. I feel very blessed to have been able to turn my passion for photography into a career – and I love helping inspire others do the same. It’s not an easy road – but then, nothing really worthwhile is easy! If