Welcome to my wildlife blog. I will post on the first day of every other month a new wildlife photography or photography related story.

Social Media Pressure

February 29, 2020
Do you really need to upload every day to social media? The following thoughts are for individuals and people sharing photos on social media. I haven’t included businesse...
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New Year

December 31, 2019
What was and what lies ahead To start with, I wish all of my followers a happy new year. In the past year, I was posting once a month about wildlife and photography re...
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In the line of sight

November 30, 2019
In the line of sight I have seen many amazing wildlife photos in recent years all over the internet. To stand out in this ‘noise’ you need to have a spectacular subject o...
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Macro World

October 31, 2019
Macro world or how to set up your shot the easy way While capturing the macro world I have come across a few obstacles. With a few of them, I have come up with very inexp...
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Vulnerable Powerful Owl

September 30, 2019
Powerful Owl - Ninox strenua In 2018, I was told that there was a pair of breeding powerful owl in nearby bushland. After hearing that and receiving further rumours of t...
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Wildlife in the City

August 31, 2019
Wildlife in the city Switch on the TV at any given time and you will come across nature or wildlife documentary’s somewhere far away. Beautiful scenery with stunning land...
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Leave No Trace

July 31, 2019
Looking after your environment whilst chasing your dream capture In a time where you can backtrack most photos by looking at its EXIF data, there are not many places on e...
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Macro Flash Light Shaper

June 30, 2019
Flash shaper on the cheap I started macro photography a little over a year ago. I used my speedlight attached and as well handheld at the beginning but realised quickly t...
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Home among the gum trees

May 31, 2019
Helping wildlife to survive urbanisation Wildlife photography can start right in your own backyard or community space. I have captured quite a few insects, birds and sma...
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The Quest

April 30, 2019
The quest to photograph the Rakali Rakali or Water Rat is a native placental mammal found throughout the coastal area of Australia. Many people mistake it with the black...
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Light up the night

March 31, 2019
Night time wildlife photography I have a 5 min tip for any aspiring night time wildlife photographer. I have been shooting a fair bit at night, a few years back when I...
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Food for pose...

February 28, 2019
Wildlife baiting When it comes to wildlife photography you might have heard the term ‘baiting’ for wildlife. The term refers to laying out bait to attract certain wildlif...
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Don't sell yourself cheap...

January 31, 2019
Has this happened to you? A company contacts you and says in their email that they love your image on your social media site and they would like to use it for a campaign...
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Merry Christmas And A Happy New Year

December 24, 2018
Merry Christmas And A Happy New Year!! I wish you a very Merry Christmas and a great start into 2019. As for the last 8 months I will release a blog post every first...
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Photographing the wild side of life...

November 30, 2018
The beginning: Since I can remember, my dad has always been photographing wildlife. Every time we went to a Zoo he photographed animals. I can vividly remember spending...
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