Monthly Archives: August 2013

Travel Photography Presentation

Join me on September 18 at Back Track Adventure Travels for an evening presentation on how to best approach travel photography including information on equipment choices, carrying your gear, preparing for different weather conditions and of course being in the right place at the right time to get the ultimate shot.

Having had the opportunity to film and photograph in many diverse environments from shooting wildlife and landscapes in the national parks and deserts in Africa, the jungles of Papua New Guinea on the Kokoda Track and the high Himalaya of Nepal, I have been fortunate enough to learn through experience what is needed to not only get the ‘shot’, but to come home with equipment that still operates.

Working with Mark Robinson, an adventure consultant from Backtrack Adventure Travel we will also be sharing details about 3 planned tours perfect for photographers, to Nepal, Africa and Antarctica. I look forward to seeing you there. Please follow THIS LINK to book your spot today. This is a free event!!

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Kokoda Advertising Campaign Shoot

I was lucky enough to shoot in PNG recently for an Ad Campaign promoting the Kokoda Track. As I have been guiding in PNG for the last 10 years, it was rare with the responsibilities of a group to be able to film or take photos as much as I would like to. This time however I had plenty of time and opportunity to (mostly) film and photograph  this amazing part of PNG. And now the process begins of creating a 60 second ad out of almost 8 hrs of footage. The main focus is the experience people have while on the Track. The experience of taking on such a challenge, meeting the local people, reflecting on the history of what happened there and of course paying respect to the soldiers who change the coursed of the Second World War.

We were lucky enough to have fairly good weather for the trip, something I was glad for given the amount of camera equipment I took with me. It meant I was able to shoot most times of the day with little restriction. Of course I still had to deal with the usual challenges of filming in such an environment. However with great support from our local crew and a thorough knowledge of the track, we were able to capture some fantastic footage, not only for the campaign but future stock requirements and advertising content. If you are interested, I will be guiding another trip (my 15th) back across Kokoda next year in August. Contact me here if you would like more info. Keep an eye on this space for the release of the ad.


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