Rules of Composition for Panoramic Photography

The first rule that many people are taught when they first pick up a camera is the rule of thirds. However, given the wide format of panoramic photography, the question has to be asked: is the rule of thirds still applicable…

How to Shoot Waterfalls

There aren’t too many places that capture the essence of serenity and tranquility quite like waterfalls. There is something inherently relaxing and peaceful about waterfalls – maybe is the sounds of rushing water or maybe there is something…

Mountain Light: Australia's Snowy Mountains

The Snowy Mountains, like no other landscape I have photographed has a magnetic draw that keeps on pulling me back. Why? It is simple; there are very few words that can convey the feeling of standing alone on top of a remote mountains waiting for the…

Why Landscape Photography?

I have always been enthralled by the intrinsic paradox of the natural world; it’s ability to remain timeless in the face of relentless change. Very few mediums give us the ability to explore this premise like photography. The literal meaning of the…


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