Me and My Machete

When I was a kid I build a lightsaber out of metal and wood and sprinted around our farm, pretending I was Luke Skywalker (still do, minus lightsaber and farm). … Read More

PNG Boys and Liquit Photoshop Magic

Visiting the Mansava Village on Tsoilik Island in Papua New Guinea a brilliant photo opportunity presented itself in a split second. A group of boys sitting on a line drinking … Read More

Very Large Clouds and Arrays

I have blogged previously about Very Large Array in New Mexico. It was one very special place for me and I ended up staying for four days. I have many … Read More

Another New World

Lately I have been very much inspired by my friend Jes of Territorium Photography. He is a highly accomplished established photographer in Denmark and has a strong trademark style evident … Read More

Creative learning in the virtual darkroom

I sometimes imagine how my digital lightroom would look were it an actual darkroom. Hundreds of rolls of undeveloped raw ‘files’ would be everywhere and all over the floor. Music … Read More

The Edge of a Horseshoe

Into the Abyss I am feeling remarkably alive as I sit cross-legged on the edge of a lethal drop. A drop straight into the Colorado river, running through the meander … Read More

See what’s in the Bag!

Cat! No, turned out it was mostly camera gear and a lot of sand. I added a new page listing all the gear I use for creating my Escape in … Read More

Big Australian Rock in Heaps’a Water

Sugarloaf Rock. It is a famous rock on the beautiful Southwest coast of Western Australia. Australia has a great tradition of very uninspired place names – Mount Bruce, Mount Sheila, … Read More

I'll be in my light room

I must admit I much prefer shooting the images to processing them. For one thing, when I shoot them I am out in nature and loving it. When I post … Read More

Two Toned World Strikes Back

Previously I have blogged about A Two Toned World and Return of the Toned World so I messed up the sequence a bit, but this is the 3rd of my … Read More

Return of the Two Toned World

I recently wrote about black and white conversions in the Two Toned World post and I have since continued my test of different techniques. Selling five 70x100cm prints in black … Read More

Perfecting your stitched panoramas

Earlier this year I wrote a blog post about stitched panoramas that focused mostly on all the little tricks you need to remember when you are shooting the soon to … Read More

Two Toned World

I love black and white photos and Ansel Adams is one of my heroes. I don’t convert a lot of my own stuff to black and white though, my own … Read More

Painting with light

One of the most powerful tools of processing a photo (be it in a traditional darkroom or a digital darkroom) is dodging and burning – the process of darkening or … Read More

The landscape as a character

I am a landscape (and cityscape) photographer so naturally I love movies where the landscape itself is an integral part of the story, a character in itself. In some movies … Read More