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Kimberley Photographic Tour 2011

June 3rd, 2011
Full Moon rising behind Boab Trees, Jarlmadangah community, West Kimberley

Full Moon and Boabs, Jarlmadangah

Photographic Tour 2011

Back in lovely Broome after a long drive of 1000km from Kununurra after the completeion of the 7day photographic tour of the Bungle Bungles with myself and  Nigel Gaunt.  Time now to take stock, do the washing, download some pictures and write a blog entry or two.  Firstly a quick recap of the 7 day photographic tour of the Kimberley which concluded in Kununurra a little over a week ago.

Initially we intended to go across the Gibb River Rd from Broome to Kununurra on this 7 day photographic tour, camping in many of the scenic locations along the way to photograph and swim in tropical waterholes.  That was plan A.  But, the record biggest ever wet, which has filled all the waterholes to overflowing, has also destroyed all the dirt roads making many of them still impassable.  Even Windjana Gorge, one of the most popular Read the rest of this entry »

Closer to the Kimberley Photographic tour 2011

April 22nd, 2011

It’s been a while between blog posts here, i’ve been really busy preparing for the upcoming Kimberley trip (for the 7 day photographic tour of the Kimberley and the 7day photographic tour of the Bungle Bungles) and renovating the house, and getting married…
you get the idea.

I got a little time this week to sit and play with some images, and since i’m leaving for the Kimberley in less than 2 weeks i thought i’d put up a new Kimberley image… new because i’ve never showed it before, but i actually shot it last time i was up in the Kimberley,  last year.

River system on the Far North Kimberley Coast, Western Australia

Tidal River and mud flats

I shot this image out of the window of a plane on the way back from the Mitchell Plateau headed to Broome.  I don’t know the name of the river, but i figure thats not important anyway.  I have many images from that trip last year that have never been seen.  I hope to remedy that in the near future, plus there will be all the new images from this next trip.  I can’t wait!

This was shot on the lovely Fuji GX617 (thats for sale by the way) with the Fujinon 90mm f5.6 lens, on Fuji Velvia 100 of course.  The 90mm lens is the 35mm equivalent to about a 24mm lens.

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Camera Swapmeet in Leederville

February 19th, 2011

A bit of  last minute notice here for the Camera Swapmeet on at the Leederville Town Hall tomorrow morning from 8.30am (Sunday 20th February).  Its a great social event and if you’ve never been to one its also a bit of a photographic cultural event too, with all sorts of gear being traded from digital to large format studio cameras, slide projectors and enlargers.  You can get a cup of tea and a home made cake Read the rest of this entry »

Kimberley Photographic Tour Extras

January 29th, 2011
View from Brancos Lookout at El Questro Station, East Kimberley Western Australia

The spectacular view from Brancos lookout at El Questro Station, Kimberley WA

More news for the Kimberley Photographic Tour for May 2011, I have been talking to Ben and Trevor from Team Digital about these fantastic F-Stop camera bag they are now stocking.  I love the bag so much (and i paid for mine!), that i think everyone who loves hiking and photography should have one.

I’m also talking to Team Digital about borrowing a medium format digital for the duration of the tours for participants to try out, probably a Phase One camera or the new Pentax.  We already have a Gigapan to play with, a medium format digital would be a great addition.  I’ll tell you more about this in the next few days too, stay tuned.

Photographic Tour of the Kimberley

January 26th, 2011

Kimberley Photographic Tour

Speaking of the Kimberley, my 7 day Photographic tour of the Kimberley and the 7 day  photographic tour of the  Bungle Bungles, with Nigel Gaunt, are rapidly approaching, May the 16th and then May 24th.  Both of these tours are currently more than half full, so there are only a few places left.  To help us get all our booking done early we have decided to offer a discount of $250 for each tour for everyone who books and pays in full by Feb 28th.

Both these tours are a great opportunity to see the real kimberley with 3 experienced professional photographers who love the Kimberley and have been there many times.  You can read more about the 7 day Kimberley adventure tour  here, and you can read more about the 7 day Bungles adventure tour here. Or you can download the information and booking pdf here.

Windjana Gorge at dawn, Kimberley Region, Western Australia

Windjana Gorge at dawn, one of the iconic locations along the Gibb River Rd

On May the 16th we will be leaving Broome and headed out onto the Gibb River Rd for 7 days of awesome photography, hands on masterclasses, hanging out in magical wild places, swimming in beautiful waterholes and watching the sunset in the Kimberley sky.  Then on May the 24th, we will leave Kununurra for the beginning of the second Kimberley Photographic adventure tour, 7 days camping in Purnululu National Park of exploring and photographing the Bungle Bungles.

Manning Waterhole twilight, Mt Barnett Station, Kimberley Region Western Australia

Twilight at Manning Waterhole, the campsite at Mt Barnett Station

Both of these photographic tours have a maximum of 8 participants with 2 professional Landscape Photographers.  We are travelling in Air-conditioned comfort in serious 4WD vehicles.  All meals provided and cooked for you, all camping gear is provided.  We will be at the most beautiful locations, at the best time of day.  The helicopter flight over El Questro station is included in the Kimberley tour, no extra cost.  The helicopter flight over the Bungles is included in the Bungle Bungles tour, no extra cost.

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Photographic Tour to the Kimberley 2011

November 29th, 2010

Kimberley Photographic Tour

Have you ever wanted to visit the Kimberley?  Do you love taking Landscape Images of breathtaking wild places?  How about if you could combine both of these things, with a small group of like minded people and three professional landscape photographers to get you to the best locations at the best times?

The Gibb River Rd crossing the Pentecost River.

In May next year i will be running specialised 7 day photographic tour to the Kimberley,  and  7 day photographic tours to the Bungle Bungles,  in conjunction with Nigel Gaunt (from Red Dirt Photography Tours of Broome).  Each tour will have a maximum of 8 people, so if it sounds good to you, you can read more about the Photographic tour to the Kimberley Here> and the Photographic tour to the Bungle Bungles Here>  or you can download the information and booking form here

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