NSW AIPP photography Awards

•March 20, 2012 • 4 Comments

Hi All

Well last night we had our presentation dinner for our annual state photography awards an amazing night. Last night for the second year in a row I took out NSW AIPP Landscape photographer of the year again. I’m very humbled to say the least & to win it back to back is even better. I would like to take this opportunity to thank sponsor of the category L&P digital photographics & everyone involved. On a personal level I would like to thank Rob Gatto & the staff at Kayell.


Fine Art Printing

•December 21, 2011 • Leave a Comment

Concrete Silos

•October 13, 2011 • 2 Comments


On site today at a concrete plant these two silos really stood out the weather was coming over thick & fast & having just got the Blad back from a service I wanted to test it out!!  Well this camera just keeps getting better!!  The firmware update that was put the camera yesterday is just insane!!  It’s amazing what they are doing with Firmware updates..  Anyway I decided not to sharpen this image at all this is straight out of camera & my B&W technique applied. The detail is F_____king awesome…  GO HASSELBLAD!!!!

Japanese Earthquake!!

•September 24, 2011 • Leave a Comment


This image was posted on FB this morning!!! Bodies still being recovered from the Japanese earthquake this is one of the most powerful images I’ve seen.  With the mother trying to protect her child.  This image truly moved me!!!  It’s the ultimate sacrifice wouldn’t you say?  I need say no more..

Sydney in retro!!

•September 10, 2011 • 1 Comment


I’m back took this other day in Sydney to the blad out for a stroll!!!  We have an amazing city!!  oh yes I also have an amazing camera!!  6 image stitch pin sharp with heaps of detail!!  f11@1/20sec 50ISO.







Snow Gums B&W

•August 3, 2011 • 1 Comment



The B&W technique love this method!!  2 image stitch with the blad 28mm is seriously sharp!!

Mount Hotham “Snow Gums”

•August 3, 2011 • 3 Comments



Mount Hotham Snow Gums this particular day the weather was crap to say the least!!  But we managed to get a couple of frames off at least this is 3 shots merged with Helicon focus the sharpness is amazing!! f11 @ 1/30sec 50iso 28mm Hasselblad Lens.