Travel

Very Hard Yakka – Shipbuilding in Dhaka

On a recent trip to Bangladesh, I visited and photographed the shipyard at Keraniganj on the banks of the Buriganga River in Dhaka. Dhaka is the capital of Bangladesh, a country that's gaining worldwide recognition for its shipbuilding industry. While this might conjure up visions...

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Photographing the Landscapes of Tasmania

I've recently returned from running the Tasmania: Landscape Photography Tour with wilderness photographer and local Taswegian, Cam Blake. Our "Apple Isle" is famous amongst photographers for its diverse natural environments: alpine highlands, temperate rainforests, rugged coasts, roaring falls and deep wilderness. I've known Cam via social...

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A lens (or four) on India – Part 2

You can read all about Part 1 of our photography tour in India (Delhi and Varanasi) here. For me, India is the kind of travel experience that all photographers should undertake at least once in their lives. It makes for a rich, multi-layered experience and you'd...

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A lens (or four) on India – Part 1

I've always felt a very strong connection to India ever since my first visit there in 2008. India gets under your skin and even though traveling in India can sometimes be challenging, you feel its siren song when you return home and the desire to...

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Mongolia – The Golden Eagle Festival

I've just returned from two weeks in Mongolia -- one of the last frontier regions in the modern world! Most people know little about Mongolia. Perhaps we have all heard of Genghis Khan and his empire. Or we may have heard about the Gobi Desert or...

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New Zealand Photography Tour Gallery

I've just returned from a fantastic month in New Zealand, first leading the New Zealand South Island Photography Tour with my 2IC Stephen Humpleby, and then scouting out new locations and destinations in the South Island for the 2017 Photography Tour. Here's a selection of...

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