I like to get into the wilderness for days at a time, but over the last year I have also been discovering some amazing places much closer to civilisation. I want to talk about a few of them in this blog post and the opportunities that they offer for photography.
I’m a bit of a sucker for the golden hour. Preferably combined with an epic landscape, some mist, and maybe a reflection. Apart from the reflection, it was with this image in mind that Ian and I hiked up before sunrise to a ridge above Waihohunu Hut in Tongariro National Park. Well, we got what […]
Breaker Bay in Wellington is by a fantastic headland that separates the harbour from the south coast. It has eroded into a series of sea stacks, with rocky outcrops and beaches on both sides offering endless possibilities. The main reason for this trip was to shoot the night sky. I thought that the headland would […]