Blood Micro Moon 2018

Full Blood Micro moon on July 27th 2018 This was the longest lunar eclipse this century, lasting 1 hour and 43 minutes, and it was also in alignment with the planet Mars. This total lunar eclipse...

Video Guide to Photographing Saint Thomas Church

Video Guide to photographing Saint Thomas Church in Slovenia Here you can watch the first in what will be a series of video guides to great photography locations. Saint Thomas Church (Sveti Tomaz) view is...

Dehaze tool – Great Photoshop Tools

Using the Dehaze tool – One of Adobe’s Great Photoshop Tools Adobe has many great Photoshop tools, also available in Lightroom. One of my personal favourites is the fantastic dehaze tool. This is a relatively...

Photography Workshops in bad weather

Photography Workshops – What do we do when the weather turns bad? One of the things about running photography workshops, and also attending them, is the question of weather. What do we do when it...

Exposing to the Right – The benefits

Overexposing your photos – Why would you do it? The first thing we all learn about photography is not to underexpose or overexpose our photos. Well of course that is very true, especially in the...

What makes a great photograph?

A Lucky Shot, or is it? What makes a great photograph? In my first ever article for Landscape Photography Magazine I discuss the secrets of how skill, experience and knowledge, plus a little bit of...

The Legend of Taranaki

Taranaki, the legend. Standing alone on the western fringes of New Zealand’s North Island sits the sad and lonely, but eminent figure of Mount Taranaki. According to Maori legend, in ancient times the giant volcanoes...

Photography workshop in Slovenia – Spring 2018

Spring Photography Workshop in Slovenia – 2018 Mother nature is unpredictable and you never know how the weather will be when you schedule a photography workshop. For my recent weekend photography workshop last month, the...

Focus Stacking – A Quick Tutorial

Focus Stacking – How it is done Have you ever wondered how you can extend your depth of field in an image beyond what the camera is capable of? Well there is a technique that...