I got it! Finally! This shot is following my 3rd attempt and is the result of some 720 miles driving back and forth, and several different methods which failed. Here’s how: – It all started when I was looking at lighthouses in the UK to … Continue readingFinally!

Vertical Rio

he cosmo city of Rio de Janeiro is one of the worlds ‘up and coming’ where the classic is meeting the modern – so much so in fact that Uber is bigger here than in New York City. The city is straight forward to navigate, … Continue readingVertical Rio

Wooden Houses

Norway was put here for photographers, I’m certain of it! My favourite place on the planet is Iceland, but Norway comes a very close second. I’ve explored Lofoten in summer and winter, and it’s a beautiful place all year round. Lofoten is a region in … Continue readingWooden Houses

The Kettle

Kannesteinen sits on the coast near Oppedal on Måløy and this particular rock is unique in nature. The mushroom shape has been forged by crashing waves and grinding stone over thousands of years. Access to the rock itself is easy, while access to the overall location … Continue readingThe Kettle

Top of the Fjord

Norway was put on this planet for photographer, I’m absolutely convinced by that! I recently made a journey to Norway, specifically to the amazing, majestic fjords of the South, and one of the missions while I was there was to make the climb to Kjeragbolten. … Continue readingTop of the Fjord

Iced Out

I just returned from the Arctic, and I loved it! On my first night there in Norway, having just landed at Tromsø, I quickly checked two things: – the weather forecast and the Aurora forecast. As luck would have it, both were looking pretty good! … Continue readingIced Out

5 years

In photography, as in life, it’s important to have a game plan! As well as knowing what you’re doing tomorrow it’s also vital to at least have an idea of a 5 year plan. This gives you goals, which you achieve and in turn leads … Continue reading5 years


This quick post is to share the easiest way to make a parallax image in Adobe Photoshop. Let’s go! First up, pick the right image. You need something that has a distinguishable foreground element, like this shot of me at the edge of Plansee in … Continue readingParallax