By Topic: photography

Pix Update – Just for Fun

Despite my broken foot, I’ve been a busy bee shooting over the last few weeks. It’s amazing how much you can cheat walking, running and even single leg squats when you’re incapacitated. Although some of my efforts required a fair bit of voltarengel, lots of ice and a strong resolve. But I think the end […]

Hamilton Island Dreaming (pix)

I’ve been VERY busy of late – especially with modelling. And I’ve even had the odd acting job thrown in, which has been super exciting and fun. Below are two of my most favourite recent shots. I call it “Hamilton Island Dreaming” shot by the talented Sarah Zehentner. I absolutely love the composition and ethereal […]

Hot Photography Tips

During my time at the Australian Traveller magazine, I was lucky enough to interview some of our country’s leading landscape and wildlife photographers, such as Ken Duncan and Steve Parish. But one of my favourite articles to work on was the one below, on photographers’ secret spots to capture the essence of the outback. Speaking […]

Le Sourire Du Soleil

One of my favourite photos is an old black and white print I bought at a little gallery on the Ile De La Cite in Paris, right in the shadow of Notre Dame, over ten years ago. It shows a beautiful girl (who looks a bit like Audrey Tatou in my opinion) in a sequin […]

Boys on Breakwall

Sometimes, simplicity is best. I love the perspective in the shot below. It’s now available in my online shop; just click on the photo to open. You’ll be able to grab anything from a postcard through to a mounted and framed wall print. And if you’d like any of my other pictures that aren’t uploaded […]

DJ at Dusk

Photography can be unpredictable. Quite often, I’ll be trying to nail a shot where I have painstakingly worked on composition, light and camera settings and still only get an okay result – just to turn around and get the most awesome snapshot of something totally random. As Ken Duncan would probably say, it’s about that […]

Dawn Chorus

As an overnight reporter, you sometimes get sent to jobs that aren’t all blood and gore. Very rarely, Friday night police round photographer Gordon McCormiskie and I would get to go and see something beautiful. Leaving the bowels of Western Sydney or seedy Kings Cross behind, we got to head to Bondi Beach for the […]

Not Seeing Eye Level

Eugene Tan, a Tamarama-based water photographer, got his first camera in a garage sale at the age of nine. It was the size of an adult’s palm and tiny compared to some of the equipment he uses for his work these days. Now, the 33-year-old owns a multitude of cameras and lenses. The largest one […]