Wanaka to Glacier Country, New Zealand

Glacier Country is made up to Fox Glacier and Franz Josef Glacier. The towns are located very close to each other. These two glaciers are some of the most convenient glaciers to visit in the world. The drive from Wanaka to Fox Glacier took us around 4 to 5 hours as we made a few … Continue reading Wanaka to Glacier Country, New Zealand

Salmon farm & Lindis Pass, New Zealand

After the walking Hooker Valley track, we hit the road south wards towards Lake Wanaka. Along the way we had two major stops to make, a salmon farm and Lindis Pass. Lindis Pass is one of New Zealand's most iconic and unique landscapes. Tussock-covered mountains mixed with the late afternoon light, gives the location a … Continue reading Salmon farm & Lindis Pass, New Zealand

Mount Cook, New Zealand

Mount Cook & Hooker Valley Track, New Zealand

Hooker Valley track is one of the most popular walks in Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park in New Zealand’s South Island. Mount cook is the tallest mountain in New Zealand and has one of the longest glaciers. It is also famous for representing the Lonely Mountain in the Hobbit trilogy of movies. The walk is fairly … Continue reading Mount Cook & Hooker Valley Track, New Zealand

Blurb Photobook

Review of Blurb Book Layflat Photobook

Blurb is a online publishing platform that allows anyone to create, self-publish, share and sell their own prints, wall art, books and ebooks. It's been a long time since I made a photo book. The last book I made was over a decade ago using Photobook Australia. It was a small square softcover book that … Continue reading Review of Blurb Book Layflat Photobook

View of Perth city from afar

Social isolation documentary project, Part II

As many of us spend so much of our time at home these days due to COVID-19, cooking and baking has taken off! I’ve been enjoying researching recipes and watching YouTube videos of chefs showing people how to many simple meals at home. I’m spending much of my non-work time either grocery shopping or at … Continue reading Social isolation documentary project, Part II

coffee & toast for breakfast

Social isolation documentary project, Part I

Australia went further and further into lock-down mode throughout the month of March 2020. I was inspired by other photographers I followed who shared their ideas what they were going to do during this lockdown period to keep up with their photography, business and creativity. The COVID-19 pandemic is definitely one for the history books. … Continue reading Social isolation documentary project, Part I

Fujifilm X100F Does Macro – Igor Vyvey

Welcome to another great instalment of our Fuji X Aus blog. We live in a crazy time of dodging a deadly virus and self-isolation. It is refreshing to hear stories of photographers getting out there and doing their thing! Today, we hear from Igor Vyvey about his amazing macro photography. All shot with an X-H1 … Continue reading Fujifilm X100F Does Macro – Igor Vyvey

Melbourne Street photography

My experience using the Fujifilm X100F for life and travel

The Fujifilm X100F was release back in 2017 and the X100V replacement was announced earlier this year. As I mentioned in my previous blog post on my initial impressions of the X100F, I was curious to try out the X100F to see what the fuss was all about (spoiler alert, it’s a fantastic little camera … Continue reading My experience using the Fujifilm X100F for life and travel

Product Review – Hahnel Pro Cube 2 – Robin Mascall

Recently, I purchased a new Xpro3. I got it home, unpacked it, and was rather confused. There was no battery charger! A quick Google suggests that this trend is growing, the newer Sony A7 III does not come with a charger either. Surprised, I began to hunt for a battery charger. After all, charging multiple … Continue reading Product Review – Hahnel Pro Cube 2 – Robin Mascall