Friendly Beaches, Stormy Skies – looking back at a trip to the Friendly Beaches from quite a few years ago. The weather was overcast, stormy and windy. Great for some afternoon seascapes
The Friendly Beaches is located to the north of Coles Bay and has its own campsites so is a great place to set up for a few days if you are exploring the east coast… Read more →
I recently shot this stunner of a sunrise down at Clifton Beach.
It was something of a “slow burner” – quite overcast and grey on arrival, a sliver of pink entered the sky and gradually caught fire over a large part of the sky… Read more →
An interesting conversation during a recent photography workshop leads me to this article today – about post processing waterfalls for an authentic, rather than “fake” image. We were at Nelson Falls and the conditions were challenging as there was a lot of white water on the waterfall as well as a lot of dark shade in the surrounding forest… Read more →
Tarkine Trails is a new guide book for those looking to get out and explore the Tarkine at their own pace. Launched in December 2015, the guide is filled with magnificent photographs of the wild landscapes of the Tarkine by many Tasmanian photographers – myself included
Many Tasmanian bookstores are stocking the book, or it can be purchased directly from the Bob Brown Foundation… Read more →
Summer means low rainfall which usually means that waterfalls are not the best photography subject – however, a positive side of low water levels is that you can access angles and perspectives on rivers and waterfalls that are normally very hard – or impossible… Read more →
Of all the waterfalls to photograph in Tasmania, Liffey Falls is without a doubt one of the most rewarding.
The trail begins in a large parking and picnic area, and passes through some beautiful tall ferns, myrtles and sassafras before joining the Liffey River… Read more →
Eddystone Point in Tasmania’s Bay of Fires is located towards the southern end of the Mt William National Park and is close to one hours driving time from St Helens.
Eddystone Point Lighthouse
The point is famous for its lighthouse, which is still in use (automated) these days… Read more →
Sunrise Cradle Mountain – the aim of photographers everywhere is to capture the soft morning light on the jagged peak of Cradle Mountain, perhaps a reflection in the lake and a bit of mist. I started a recent shoot at the lake, and although it was a beautiful morning, I could see I wasn’t going to get much in the way of moodiness or colour and decided to leave the lake just before sunrise in search of something different… Read more →
Final preparations are complete for next month’s Tarkine photography workshop, and last week I spent a few nights in the area, including one night shooting sunrise & sunset Granville Harbour style and meeting with the good folk of Corinna Wilderness Experience to finalise our plans… Read more →
During December I ran my 3 day Bay of Fires photography tour as a private tour, and here are a few of the highlights.
The workshop is based at Tidal Waters in St Helens where we are a 10 minute drive from the wonderful Bay of Fires coast around Binalong Bay… Read more →