As major photography shows draw near many photographers seem to get an extra dose of GAS in their bodies as they ponder what may, or may not, be introduced by their brand of choice. I received a number of emails over the past couple of weeks with the most common question being, “What will you do if the Nikon 1 system is discontinued?” After thinking about it for a few minutes my reply was quite simple, “Relax…it’s just a camera.” Continue reading Relax…it’s just a camera
Our friends at Mirrorlessons.com have just published a Guest Post that I wrote for them, Touring New Zealand with Nikon Mirrorless. Readers who would like to read this article can use the link provided.
If you have the opportunity to visit New Zealand one of the things that you will discover about the people is their engaged and creative approach to life. While in the Catlins area of the South Island my wife discovered a very unusual public restroom. The children at the Catlins Area School had decorated it with unique art pieces, each demonstrating aspects of New Zealand life. Continue reading Catlins Area School Restroom Art
Photography Life has just published my year end summary article, Every Road Tells a Story. Readers wishing to view this article can use the link provided. I wish each and every one of you the best for 2017!
This article, New Zealand Roads Part 2, features photographs captured while driving on various roads on the South Island. Continue reading New Zealand Roads Part 2
As photographers it can sometimes be an interesting creative experiment to shoot to a theme. Before we left for our recent trip to New Zealand I decided to include some images of roads as a part of our field work for our upcoming photography e-book. For those of us that enjoy driving holidays, roads can tell us a lot about a destination. In many ways they are the soul of a country. Let’s take a look at some New Zealand roads…mainly on the North Island. This is Part 1 of a two part article. Continue reading New Zealand Roads Part 1
During our recent trips to the western USA and New Zealand my wife has started capturing quite a few photographs, mainly using a Nikon 1 V2 fitted with a 1 Nikon 10-30mm f/3.5-5.6 PD zoom. This article will give readers a glimpse of Wai-O-Tapu Thermal Wonderland through the eyes of a beginner. Continue reading Wai-O-Tapu through the eyes of a beginner
Readers who are interested in viewing a new article, Shooting in the Moment, that I wrote for Photography Life can use the link provided. The article features a selection of 18 additional images captured in New Zealand as discusses various aspects of ‘shooting in the moment’.
This article is a bit of a milestone as it represents number 300 in terms of the number of postings on my photography blog. As this occasion has been approaching I’ve been wondering about what topic to cover. I decided to share some images from New Zealand that will be included in one of my forthcoming photography e-books. Continue reading Posting Number 300