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Archive of: 2013

| | My Camera Bag - F-Stop Satori EXP

My Camera Bag - F-Stop Satori EXP

My Medium Format Gear

I have received a few questions about what camera bag I carried to Patagonia. In this trip Pep and I were self-sufficient and had to carry everything with us (no porters). So I did a lot of research and I decided to take an f-stop Satori EXP. It is not cheap but it is very confortable, has plenty of pockets and I could fit all my medium format gear, plus food, sleeping bag and mat. I bought it from Camera Pro, one of our main sponsors. If you are interested in buying this or another F-stop camera bag, they will give you a 20% discount. And not only to people coming to the workshop but to everyone who reads this and lets them know.

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My Camera Bag - F-Stop Satori EXP

| | Cerro Torre Post Processing

Cerro Torre Post Processing

Cerro Torre Post Processing

Cerro Torre is one of the mountains of the Southern Patagonian Ice Field in South America. It is located in a region which is disputed between Argentina and Chile, west of Cerro Chalten (also known as Fitz Roy). The peak is the highest in a four mountain chain and the first time you see its peaks you can\‘t believe its beauty. The top of the mountain often has a mushroom of ice, formed by the constant strong winds, increasing the difficulty of reaching the actual summit.

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Cerro Torre Post Processing

| | Patagonia (Torres del Paine)

Patagonia (Torres del Paine)

Step 1 – The Capture

As G. M. Photog Peter Eastways says, photography is two steps, the capture and the post-processing. Both are very important and both I love.

This photograph was taken in Torres del Paine National Park at sunrise (5.30 am). The weather over there can be tricky and we hadn\‘t seen the mountains at sunrise for a couple of days so we were a bit frustrated.

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Patagonia (Torres del Paine)

| | Off to Patagonia

Off to Patagonia

I am flying to Punta Arenas (Chile) next week to meet travel photographer Pep Roig and research the route that we will follow during the workshop in March. We will discover some magic spots and I can\‘t wait to set up my tripod and start shooting.

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Off to Patagonia

| | Australian Geographic Diary 2014

Australian Geographic Diary 2014

This year I was selected finalisth with a few photographs in the Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year Competition and also featured in this beautiful photography Desk Diary. It contains work from various artists including Joshua Holko and the cover from Christian Fletcher. Photographs are taken from around Australia and feature classic Australian landscapes, flora and fauna.

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Australian Geographic Diary 2014

| | Sydney Rock Pools Exhibition - Date confirmed

Sydney Rock Pools Exhibition - Date confirmed

Keep the date! -The exhibition is confirmed for the 12th of June at the Gaffa Gallery and I hope you can all make it.This is the same gallery where I exhibited my work about Karijini National park last year and it is located near Town Hall station in Sydney.

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Sydney Rock Pools Exhibition - Date confirmed

| | Sydney Rock Pools Project

Sydney Rock Pools Project

The Sydney Rock Pools Project

Sydney\‘s coastline and harbour is home to a series of beautiful pools that have been cut into the base of cliffs and rocky headlands. Nearly every beach in Sydney has one pool, usually at the southern end, to give swimmers some protection when the southerly blows. Each pool has its own colorful history and interesting anecdotes.

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Sydney Rock Pools Project

| | National Geographic Editor's Choice

National Geographic Editor's Choice

Wow, I really can\‘t believe it but this year, after being finalist in the prestigious Head Off prize, Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the year and Veolia Wildlife Photographer of the year, I have also been selected by National Geographic Editors in the National Geographic Travel Contest 2013 !!

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National Geographic Editor's Choice

| | Australian Geographic ANZANG Nature Photographer of the Year

Australian Geographic ANZANG Nature Photographer of the Year

I have been selected as one of the shortlisted photographers in the 2013 Australian Geographic ANZANG Nature Photographer of the Year. The lucky images are the underwater photograph that I took of a cuttlefish mating in Lady Elliot island, and again.. Hamersley Gorge\‘s spa pool !

The competition received 1828 images from photographers in 10 countries. The judges John Pickrell, editor of Australian Geographic, Maisie Keep, photo editor of Qantas: the Australian Way, and Wayne Osborn, overall winner of ANZANG in 2012, were delighted with the high standard of the submitted entries and found it difficult select the finalists. Thanks AG for organizing such a great competition.

Good luck to everyone !

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Australian Geographic ANZANG Nature Photographer of the Year

| | Head On Prize (Head Off)

Head On Prize (Head Off)

I am very happy to announce that I have been selected finalist in this prestigious competition with one of the photographs that I took in Karijini National Park last year (Spa Pool in Hamersley Gorge). To be in the last 20 photographers with artists of the caliber of Murray Fredericks (who is one of my favorite Austrian landscape photographers) is just incredible !

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Head On Prize (Head Off)


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