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Nature's Skyscrapers - Kyoto Bamboo Forest
4 months, 3 weeks ago 1
Posted in: Japan, Kyoto

FacebookTwitterGoogle+StumbleUpon Nature’s Skyscrapers – Kyoto Bamboo Forest The biggest photography event of the year has arrived!! The 5DayDeal always promises an incredible package for photographers and a generous amount of money to charities as a wonderful byproduct. I downloaded the megabundle last week and loved it! I encourage you to check it out here: Sale […]

The Library of 20,000 Books
4 months, 3 weeks ago 6
Posted in: Interior, Japan, Osaka

FacebookTwitterGoogle+StumbleUpon The Library of 20,000 books – Shiba Ryōtarō Library, Osaka, Japan The first drops of rain from typhoon Vongfong have begun to fall in Osaka. Every room in our hotel had a warning sign stuck to it; ‘Please don’t open windows during typhoon, and go outside only if you need to,’ it said. With […]

Is Post-Processing A Chore?
6 months, 1 week ago 24
Posted in: HDR Tutorial

FacebookTwitterGoogle+StumbleUpon I recently came across an article on the excellent photography site, Light Stalking. The article title is: How to Take the Stress Out of Image Editing When You’ve Got Tons of Photos to Edit. Although there is some very good advice for cutting down your workload, I found one quote particularly surprising: “For many […]

The Digital Blending Guide E-book Pack
6 months, 2 weeks ago 2
Posted in: HDR Tutorial

FacebookTwitterGoogle+StumbleUpon I’m thoroughly excited to announce that in Early 2015 (previously December 2014 but delayed slightly), I’ll be releasing an E-book teaching Digital Blending methods. Included with the E-book will be the full digital blending workflow video showing you how I created the below image from Hong Kong (see the before/after here: HK Light Trails). […]

A touch from the heavens
6 months, 3 weeks ago 8
Posted in: Cityscape, Korea

FacebookTwitterGoogle+StumbleUpon A touch from the heavens The past two weeks have been a wonderful time for me to add to my current lifestyle. I’ve been working on the business side of things for a few months now, so I decided it was time to put extra emphasis onto my personal development. Waking up at the […]

We Are The Zenith, Busan
7 months, 1 week ago 11
Posted in: Cityscape, Korea

FacebookTwitterGoogle+StumbleUpon We Are The Zenith Saturday evening was my 3rd attempt at getting on the helipad of one of Korea’s tallest buildings, We Are The Zenith, in Busan. The first two times I didn’t even make it to the elevator. This time, with a few new friends, we made our way through a side exit, […]

What's In My Camera Bag
8 months ago 13
Posted in: Uncategorized

FacebookTwitterGoogle+StumbleUpon I’m not sure why it’s taken me so long to write a post about my camera gear…but, here it is. In the next few weeks I will be selling my backup Canon gear and replacing it with a smaller, lighter mirrorless setup. I received 100s of suggestions for mirrorless cameras on a facebook post […]

Hong Kong - The Peak
8 months, 2 weeks ago 7
Posted in: China, Hong Kong

FacebookTwitterGoogle+StumbleUpon Hong Kong – The Peak At 5pm we were standing on top of the observatory on Victoria Peak, looking out over the vastness that is Hong Kong. We were 2.5 hours early, claiming our spots before the hoards turned up. We weren’t allowed to sit, making our wait a little bit less comfortable. 2 […]

Crooked Apartments In Hong Kong
8 months, 2 weeks ago 6
Posted in: China, Hong Kong

FacebookTwitterGoogle+StumbleUpon Crooked Apartments In Hong Kong These ancient looking apartments were simply too good not to shoot. As we set up, locals of all ages came by and asked us what we were doing. Groups of residents gathered around looking up at the top of the towers, trying to figure out what it was we […]

Sunrise At Victoria Peak - Hong Kong
8 months, 3 weeks ago 6
Posted in: China, Hong Kong

FacebookTwitterGoogle+StumbleUpon Golden Rays of an Eastern Sunrise There comes a point when a photographer begins to doubt the intentions of the weather gods. After four 4:00am wake ups, and four failed sunrise shoots, my faith was beginning to wane. As we slowly meandered to our usual spot, way up high on Victoria peak, it was […]

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