I have used Lowepro photography bags exclusively since starting out as wildlife and nature photographer in 1996. The exceptionally high quality of manufacture, durability and innovation in the new design of Lowepro bags, is the reason I have used and recommended nothing but, since I started photography. As a Lowepro Ambassador, I look forward to promoting the brand to photographers from across Australia. To view the Lowepro International website, click here
Anderson Camera Repairs are the most experienced and respected camera repair centre in Queensland. They are the only Queensland Authorised Service Centre for Nikon, Olympus and Panasonic and they also clean cameras and lenses of most other brands, as well as sensor cleaning. I have been using Anderson Camera Repairs exclusively for many years and cannot recommend them highly enough. To visit Anderson Camera Repairs website, click here
O’Reilly’s Rainforest Retreat, in Lamington National Park, south-east Queensland, is surrounded by the 20 500 hectare, World Heritage-listed Lamington National Park. In the words of O’Reilly’s themselves:
“For over 90 years the O’Reilly family has been welcoming visitors to our mountain home in providing a traditional, Australian hospitality experience in a spectacular natural setting. We enjoy getting to know our guests, forging friendships and introducing them to the natural beauty, local inhabitants and pure wonder of this stunning area. We promise you an unforgettable experience filled with lasting memories and a renewed appreciation of nature”.
I present regular photography workshops (full day, weekend and five day) at O’Reilly’s Rainforest Retreat and they always strive to make sure our participant’s are well looked after. They also provide audio-visual rooms as well as off-public access to stunning, natural areas, to ensure our workshops run smoothly and are a great success every time.
RGB Digital, in Yeerongpilly, Queensland, is the one-stop store for all your photo printing needs. Their motto is ‘Professional Photo Printing for Photographers’, so why not look them up? I have used their products for many years and Paul (Manager) and his team always endeavour to look after their customer’s needs. To visit RGB Digital’s website, click here
Australian Photography magazine is Australia’s largest selling photography magazine and has been around for over 60 years. In Yaffa Publishing’s own words:
“Australian Photography magazine has provided readers with relevant, clearly written advice, and offered them a forum to show their images in print, while letting them see inspiring and carefully crafted images from some of the best professional shooters in the business.
Australian Photography is this country’s longest established magazine for imaging enthusiasts. It caters to a wide range of readers from beginners new to the world of digital imaging, right through to experienced amateurs needing to update their skills or learn about the latest technology in the field”.
I have been a feature writer for Australian Photography magazine since 2006 and have had seven images featured as cover shots to date. To visit Australian Photography website, click here
Australian Geographic magazine is released six times a year and features articles, photos and art comprising of subjects which wildlife and natural history, Australian destinations, adventure as well as Australian communities and history.
I have had articles and photos published in Australian Geographic magazine since 2000, including being chosen as one of five photographers whose images were used for the 2011 Australian Geographic Desk Diary. To visit the journal page on Australian Geographic’s website, click here
Wildlife Australia magazine (WAM) is published by the community conservation group Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland as a major environmental awareness and educational initiative. It is Australia’s leading wildlife magazine and is published quarterly.
I have been writing articles and supplying photos for the magazine since 2011, including seven cover images to date. I have also been a regular writer on photography for their wildlife photography page, for a number of years. To visit WAM’s website, click here
Australian Birdlife is Birdlife Australia’s quarterly magazine. It is dedicated to bird conservation, promoting bird watching and providing general information and photos of Australian birds.
I am Australian Birdlife’s regular bird photography columnist. Each quarter, I write a page on various bird photography techniques. To visit the Australian Birdlife web page, please click here
I have been a Nikon camera and lens user for the past 12 years and as a professional, working wildlife and nature photographer, am extremely happy with the quality of their products. Nikon have always been (and continue to be) innovators in the field of cameras and lenses, which is why I whole-heartedly support and recommend their products. To read more about the vast range of Nikon products and services in Australia, click here
As a professional photographer, I rely on robust, high quality tripods. That is why I use and recommend Gitzo tripods – world leaders in quality and innovation. Their carbon fibre tripods are second-to-none in the industry and are manufactured to the highest possible standards. This is why many of the top professional photographers use Gitzo. To visit the Gitzo website, click here