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With the Gum Trees out in bloom, the Rainbow Lorikeets come out to play 🌺.
The crystal clear waters of the Great Barrier Reef..
Desert dreaming of the American West ✨.
Shrine to the stars ✨.
INTRODUCING: Live Online Editing Tutorials
I'm stoked to announce I now offer live tutorials, showcasing my top tips and tricks to help bring out the full potential in your own photographs.
The 60 minute online session is designed to cover all the post-processing essentials you'll need, as well as advanced editing techniques, to help give your images that extra punch.
I understand and appreciate photography (and particularly post-processing) can be quite subjective. And so my aim is to tailor each session to your personal style and ensure you get the most out of it for your own photography development.
I would also like to stress that the aim of the session isn't for me to edit your photo into an award winning stunning image. But rather, to help equip you with the tools and editing knowledge for you yourself to walk away and take your photos to the next level.
If this sounds like something you might be interested in, head on over to my website (link in bio) to learn more about what you'll get out of the session.
Hope you all had a very merry Christmas, ate way too much delicious food and, like myself, are still paying for it today 🎄🎅🏻🎄
Growing up on Australia's East Coast, experiencing sunset out over the ocean is still somewhat of a novel experience for me. Which is why on our recent Tasmanian road trip I was eager for our stay at Arthur River, in the North West of the island.
This image was taken just south of the town, near where the locals have affectionately dubbed "The Edge Of The World". And with vivid sunsets and striking stones like this, it's not hard to image why..
One of the many hearts left behind in the absolutely breathtaking Whitsundays.
A short helicopter flight from @hamiltonisland the jewel-like waters of the Great Barrier Reef are natural wonder to be treasured and protected. This natural formation of coral, known as Heart Reef (no points for guessing why), is the gem of the reef, and every bit as spectacular as it appears in the brochure..
The unmistakable Hill Inlet, from 2,000ft.
I was fortunate to have experienced my first helicopter flight on this trip to @hamiltonisland and what an experience it was. We soared above the idyllic islands of the Whitsundays and over the pristine waters of the Great Barrier Reef.
At the northern end of the pure white sands of Whitehaven beach lays the sweeping Hill Inlet. An icon of the Whitsundays, the inlet is simply stunning from all angles, with its shifting white sands and vivid aqua water..