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Photography Tips for South-eastern New South Wales

The south-eastern corner of New South Wales is an area of many exciting photographic opportunities. I tend to divide this area into five primary working sites: Canberra and the ACT; southern highlands waterfalls, towns and forests; the coastal drive from Wollongong to Eden; the Australian Alps; and Jervis Bay as a stand-alone entity. Regardless of […]

Photographing Australia – 11 ways to travel

If I look back over my photo expeditions, I must honestly say that many did not turn out quite as I had anticipated. I am sure you will agree that there are occasions when the joy of anticipating a long-awaited trip provides more pleasure than the trip itself! This section is about developing ways to […]

Photographing Western Australia

Undulating mountain ranges, jagged sandstone sea cliffs, boab trees against vermilion sunsets, endless plains of soft golden spinifex, beaches of white sand fringed with azure seas, fields of swaying, multicoloured flowers stretching as far as the eye can see – these images and many others come to mind when I think of Western Australia. When […]

Photographing South Australia

South Australia is one eighth of the Australian continent in area. About half of the state is less than 150 metres above sea-level and it is largely flat, so the Mount Lofty, Flinders and Gammon Ranges systems stand in startling relief from the surrounding plains. This is Australia’s driest state, whose only large permanent river […]

Photographing The Great Barrier Reef

With over 2900 coral reefs and some 900 islands and cays (70 cays are big enough to have names), this World Heritage Area attracts photographers from everywhere, especially underwater specialists. Various Great Barrier Reef experiences are on offer: some focus on the inner reefs and continental islands; others offer prolonged charters to the outer reef […]

Photographing Tasmania

Tasmania is Australia’s smallest state, so it is possible to plan a holiday that takes in many sights in a short time. However, it is best to take time to explore and appreciate, wander from the beaten track and discover little-known treasures side by side with more famous features. If you have seven days (but preferably […]

Photographing the Northern Territory

Regardless of whether you enter the Northern Territory from the south near Kulgera, the east near Camooweal or the west at Keep River, there is a sense of arriving somewhere different, somewhere very special. If you have flown in to Alice Springs or Uluru for a Red Centre experience, or to Darwin in the Top […]

Photographing Victoria

Each time I reflect on the visual perspective of Victoria, I cannot help but be drawn first to the drama of the storms, particularly along the state’s spectacular coastline. While the fast-changing weather patterns of this clime may not be popular with the majority of the state’s residents, as a photographer I find constant and […]

Photographing Queensland

Lush wet tropical rainforests that drop directly from mountain slopes to the edge of the sea; vast coastal dune systems speckled with tannin-brown perched lakes and fringed with seemingly bonsai-crafted pandanus palms; turquoise blue waters with shimmering colour shifts of multi-patterned coral reefs that form a wonderland beyond imagination; golden plains of swaying grasses; rolling […]

Photographing New South Wales

From the reds and browns of the arid west, through the white snow-clad mountain peaks of the Great Dividing Range in winter, down through lush green forests to turquoise oceans and bays ringed with white sandy beaches, New South Wales is, indeed, a place of visual extremes. The Australian Capital Territory, though small in area, […]

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