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Archive of: Landscape Photography

| | Back from Kamchatka!!!

Back from Kamchatka!!!

Kamchatka Photography Tour 2017

We are back from a great trip in Kamchatka (Russia) but after more than 3 weeks in the Peninsula, (most of them camping in the wild) it feels good to be back home!

The tour has been wild and rough we have all come back home with some great images. It has been one of the most memorable trips I have ever done and I will organise another tour in 2019.

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Back from Kamchatka!!!

| | AIPP NSW EPSON AWARDS

AIPP NSW EPSON AWARDS

Last Tue night I was awarded the AIPP NSW Travel Photographer of the Year, AIPP NSW Science, Wildlife and Wildplaces Photographer of the year along with the Epson Signature Worthy Award.

Of course, I am still over the moon! Congratulations to my mate Adam Williams for taking the landscape category and the overall prize. What a night!

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AIPP NSW EPSON AWARDS

| | The Creation of Welcome to Life

The Creation of Welcome to Life

Welcome to Life

Welcome to life was my favorite image of the four I entered at the Australian Professional Photography Awards (APPAs) in August last year. It scored a Gold Award (90).

The judging process was very exciting. At the beginning the image scored below 90 points; in the silver with distinction range. But a couple of judges scored gold. It was all set for a good discussion (and a good discussion is what you really want to see when your print appears in front of the 5 judges).

I was listening and watching every judge in the room and a couple of them looked at each other and smiled after looking at the print again. They had picked up the concept.

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The Creation of Welcome to Life

| | The Creation of Marismas

The Creation of Marismas

I am very proud of this image. It was shot in Spain (my country of origin) and received 92 points (A Gold Award) at the Australian Professional Photography Awards in Melbourne. It also won the Squarial Award in the International Landscape Photographer of the Year last year.

It is a completely manufactured image. Some people call it cheating but I call it art. Both competitions allow digital manipulation, something that I fully respect and support.

Photoshop is a great tool of modern photography and allows me to process and enhance an image I had previously captured and edit it to match what I had witnessed and felt and this means minor adjustments such as colour balance, brightness, contrast, sharpness etc.

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The Creation of Marismas

| | Back from Vanuatu

Back from Vanuatu

I had never heard of Vanuatu but ever since I came to Australia in 2007 and I found out about this country, I have always wanted to visit it. In particular, I was very interested in photographing the land diving festival (Naghol), one of the most spectacular and death defying rituals in the world. It happens every Saturday between April and May at Pentecost Island, just 50 minutes away from Port Vila.

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Back from Vanuatu

| | The Creation of Icehole

The Creation of Icehole

Icehole won a gold award at the Australian Professional Photography Awards this year and it is a composite image. This means that it is not real. A composite Image is a picture that is made from the combination of multiple images merged into one. It is a constructed creation.

The two images that were used to create Icehole were taken in Iceland whilst running a tour with Luke Austin and Adam Williams (The Light Collective). The iceberg was photographed at Black Sand Beach near Jökulsárlón and the ‘Icehole’ that frames the subject was photographed just outside an ice cave, also near Jökulsárlón.

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The Creation of Icehole

| | My experience in South Georgia and Antarctica

My experience in South Georgia and Antarctica

Since 1998 I have travelled around more than 80 countries all over the word and visited and photographed thousands of amazing places. I have trekked in the most beautiful National Parks in the world, done hundreds of game drives all over Africa, and dived in some of the most amazing reefs in our oceans. I have taken aerial flights to photograph glaciers, mountains, lakes, reefs, volcanoes, and cities.

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My experience in South Georgia and Antarctica

| | Back from the Red Centre

Back from the Red Centre

The Light Collective has just completed another photography workshop in the Red Centre of Australia, including Uluru, Kata Tujta, Kings Canyon and the West Mac Donnell Ranges.

Often as photographers we have to work really hard for our images, however every now and then mother nature will give us a special gift. Christmas came early in the red centre and we must be the nice kids, day after day mother nature turned up with gift after gift.

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Back from the Red Centre

| | Retouching Ice and Snow: Skógafoss Waterfall

Retouching Ice and Snow: Skógafoss Waterfall

There is a technique that I frequently use when I am editing images that have a lot of ice and snow.

This consists of applying a combination of what I called Auto Curves (Photoshop), the Detail Extractor tool of Nik Software together with the Apply Image tool of Photoshop. This technique works really well and can make your image pop out of the screen…

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Retouching Ice and Snow: Skógafoss Waterfall

| | DJI Phantom - A great little drone

DJI Phantom - A great little drone

January this year I bought a DJI Phantom 3 Professional drone to take to Iceland and Norway withAdam Williams and Luke Austin (The Light Collective). I had looked at different brands and models and I decided to buy the DJI Phantom 3 pro, mainly because it portability and its price. This drone is light, small and very easy to set up and fly. It is the perfect drone for beginners and at about $AU1,399 it is a great tool to complement anyone’s camera gear…

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