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Adam Monk Photo Tours & Images Gallery

The World is an amazing place, from wild nature to incredible culture, and one of the best ways to experience the wonderful diversity of our world is through the art of photography. Adam Monk has been mentoring, teaching and sharing this wonderful world through photo tours for over a decade now. So come and explore the world with us.

The Fremantle Gallery

After 13 years of running the gallery in the heart of Fremantle Adam has now gone completely online. The gallery is gone but you can still view and purchase all of Adams stunning images directly from the website. Click on the images links in the left hand column to find exactly what you are after.

Stock Clearance Sale

We still have a few great pieces of ready printed and framed ex gallery fine art images of Australia available at some super special prices, to see all the images available Click HERE>>

Latest News

Tasmania 2020 now Booking

May 23rd, 2019

Tasmania is an incredible place. If you are a landscape photographer it is truly paradise. This year in March I ran my second photo tour to the North West region of Tasmania with Paul Hoelen, and a small group of just 8 mad keen photographers (8 is the maximum for this tour). For 12 full days we braved the elements and drank the wine of Tasmania… Actually I think we mainly drank Guinness, which just sort of fits really.

Tasmania Photo Tour wombat
How do you get this close to a wombat?

We had an outrageously good time, I have to keep pinching myself to remember that this is actually my job! We had so much fun that Paul and I are doing it all again next year in March. I have just put the details and booking forms up on the webpage, so if you are interested you can see it all laid out right

Winter in Japan 2020… Full

May 19th, 2019

I got back from this years winter wonders of Japan photo tour at the beginning of March after two weeks of extraordinary adventures, it was a fabulous tour and I haven’t even had time to write properly about it… I will, though not today.

Japan Winter Photo Tour

Planning Japan 2020 – Winter

Robert van Koesveld and I were planning adjustments for next years tour even as we travelled, which is often the best time when it’s all fresh. This meant the itinerary was done and we were ready to setup the logistics by the time we got home; so we had it all done in a very short time. I had only had a small window as I was off to Tasmania with Paul Hoelen 1 week after getting home from Japan, and directly following that I had two private Karijini tours to run… which is where I am now… More about Tasmania and Karijini soon (ish).

Well it seemed as fast as we put the Japan Winter tour together for 2020 the 8 available places filled, almost before I had finished the web page and the booking form. Last year both Japan tours (Autumn and Winter) filled within 2 days and without a proper newsletter going out, this years Autumn tour did the same thing… and now next years winter tour has filled without me notifying anyone!

The Moral of the Story

So… I’m not sure what the moral of this story really is, perhaps we should run more tours to Japan? Or perhaps if you are keen to come with us you should email me on and I will put your name on the early notification list.

Mirrorless Camera Misconceptions

October 11th, 2018

A mirrorless camera, what is the point?  I’m not doubting the validity of mirrorless, its a serious question.   I love mirrorless technology and I think it’s clearly the future of camera manufacturing.  But I also think many people seem to have missed or forgotten the reason a mirrorless camera was so attractive in the first place.  Small and light… Remember that?

Mirrorless Camera Misconceptions

So you have your trusty DSLR setup with 4 reliable carefully chosen lenses, maybe a 16-35mm f2.8, or a 14-24mm f2.8… A 24-70 f2.8 and the quintessential 70-200mm f2.8.  You are prepared for just about any photo opportunity.  So you are ready to head out, you go to pick up your camera bag and… Read the rest of this entry »

Winter Wonder of Japan Photo Tour 2019

October 4th, 2018

Robert van Koesveld and I have just put together a Japan photo tour in Winter for next year in February.    Actually this sounds like we threw the tour together in a hurry, this is not the case.   We have actually been putting together this tour for some months, and Robert has run a similar winter in Japan photo tour before, but we have only just this week released it… and there are only 2 spots left already…  and I haven’t even sent out a newsletter yet!

Japan Winter Photo tour with Adam Monk and Robert van Koesveld

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Camera Insurance – Are you sure you are insured?

September 24th, 2018

Camera Insurance, like all insurance is pretty uninspiring stuff and if you are like most people, it’s not something you want to think too much about.  You pay your money and the job is done, right?  Until you find out you are actually not insured, which always happens at the worst possible moment.

Are you really insured?

I have been insuring all my camera gear with WFI (Westfarmers Federated Insurance) for about 14 years now, in fact they have all my insurance.  This included my Gallery insurance for fire, theft and damage, Public liability and workers compensation.  They also insure my car, my house and contents.  It all adds up to rather a substantial amount of money each year, just my camera gear alone comes in at around $2,900 per year and has been over $4,000 per year at the peak of my gear addiction…

Linhof Technorama 617s III panoramic camera

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