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Moeraki Boulders and Calm Waters
7 months, 3 weeks ago 3
Posted in: Uncategorized

Moreaki Boulders This sunrise at Meoraki was probably one of the most beautiful I’ve ever seen. It lasted for about 45 minutes and just kept getting better. The beach was packed with photographers. Since this is a very easy location to get to, I had expected that to be the case. Fortunately I was the […]

Sunrise At Nugget Point
8 months ago 7
Posted in: New Zealand, Seascape

Climbing the Point Climbing up to take this shot isn’t exactly mountain climbing, but it’s definitely a bit ropy, especially when doing it in the dark. You scramble up the side of the cliff, and then make your way ever upwards until you run low on bravery and choose your spot. At the point where […]

Epic Sunset Over Milford Sound
8 months, 1 week ago 19

A Surprise Sunset at Milford It had been raining all day. I was waiting for sunset but didn’t have high expectations. Milford Sound is famously rainy and there hadn’t been even the slightest glimpse of a sky since we’d arrived earlier in the day – just thick clouds and rain. But of course, as photographers, […]

Milky Way over Lake Rotoiti
8 months, 2 weeks ago 6

Running Around NZ One of the added bonuses of being in New Zealand is the walking trails. My wife and I aren’t walkers typically, but we are runners. My wife runs a comfortable 6 minute mile (and under) over 10km, whereas I kind of plod along slowly, just enjoying myself. Back in Korea there was […]

That Wanaka Tree
8 months, 3 weeks ago 9

The Most Photographed Tree in the World? We went to the beautiful town of Wanaka for 2 days, not to take photos, but to see my wife’s brother who has been living there for years. I’ve never really been interested in taking photos of the Wanaka tree. I’ve seen some very nice images of it, […]

Sunset at Motukiekie Beach
9 months ago 8

Taking a Dangerous Risk This wonderful location is one of the main reasons I came to New Zealand. For years I’ve wanted to capture a dynamic seascape with those lovely starfish (I’m not sure if these are starfish, so apologies if I’m wrong), and water cutting through the narrow gullies. It took 7 days for […]

Motukiekie - The Other Side
9 months ago 9
Posted in: New Zealand, Seascape

Back Shooting It feels wonderful to be out shooting regularly, especially in a country so immensely beautiful as New Zealand. After an intense period of recording YouTube tutorials, developing Raya Pro and publishing the Mastering Raya Pro course, I was itching to go out and shoot. I’m sure you know the feeling. When you’re in […]

Raya Pro Course
11 months ago 18
Posted in: Raya Pro

I’ve been fairly quiet on the internet for the past few months, not posting on my blog or social media, because I’ve been working hard to bring some awesome updates to Raya Pro, and develop a comprehensive course, called ‘Mastering Raya Pro‘, showing users how to use its powerful tools with ease. The course teaches […]

Boseong Tea Fields
1 year, 1 month ago 10
Posted in: Korea

Where To Live? My wife and I are at a crossroad in our lives. It is time to create a place called home – a place of comfort to return to after long photography trips. We aren’t location independent at the moment. We have an apartment in South Korea. But since our stay in S. […]

Morning Metropolis
1 year, 2 months ago 7

Morning Metropolis As I mentioned in the previous image, Shanghai Looking Up, we arrived in Shanghai during a typhoon. I was able to shoot during brief breaks in the rain. Sometimes I had the luxury of sitting in a bar terrace with a cold beer, waiting for the rain to stop. Other times I was […]