I will be running a three day Cradle Mountain photography workshop from September 22 to 24, 2014.
By special request, a feature of this workshop will be night sky, so we will spend at least one evening at Dove Lake to look at and photograph the stars… Read more →
As well as adding a beautiful splash of colour when taking grand, wide open landscape photographs, the Tasmanian fagus is a wonderful subject for macro photography. After a couple of days walking through the clouds and snow and hail beyond Marions Lookout, I spent my last morning at Dove Lake on the slopes of Mt Campbell with the macro lens… Read more →
Just a reminder of my range of Tasmanian photography tours and workshops. I run a variety of photography tours all over Tasmania, including Cradle Mountain, Freycinet, Mt Field and the Styx Valley. We spend maximum time in the landscape shooting and learning all about our cameras… Read more →
Last week’s Cradle Mountain photography tour coincided with one of Tasmania’s hottest ever days. Shooting the rainforest in these conditions was always going to be tricky but we took a short visit to Weindorfer’s forest behind the old Waldheim hut – which is coincidentally celebrating it’s centenary this year… Read more →
I run regular Cradle Mountain photography tours to Tasmania’s most celebrated natural icon for groups of two or more on demand. The tour is a 2 night/3 day all expenses included trip to one of Tasmania’s most photogenic locations. Upon arrival we will visit some of the magnificent short rainforest walks in the area, as well as visiting the picturesque Dove Lake to plan our sunset shoot… Read more →
Spring in Tasmania is a wonderful time for photographing the beautiful wet forests and waterfalls Tasmania is famous for.
Spring in Tasmania is the best time to get out and about in the tall eucalypt and rainforests. The moss glows a beautiful green, the ground is soft underfoot and the waterfalls and creeks are full of fast flowing clear water… Read more →