How to watermark phone photos

November 5th, 2023

If you like to post a lot of images on social media but don’t get around to watermarking them – the Samsung Galaxy’s One UI 5.0 operating system now provides a splendidly quick & easy option. Open the camera app & follow this path:– settings (the knurled wheel)– watermark– enter the letters/numbers you want, then […]

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Next events & office opening hours

November 4th, 2023

Engagements are listed as soon as they’re definite. There’s always more, awaiting confirmation, so sing out if you have any date queries. You receive personal service as I have no staff. Multi-tasking is not my forte so if I’m taking photographs for you or you’re attending a workshop, you have my undivided attention. Long hours […]

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Personal drone training – (one-on-one help or advice)

June 20th, 2023

Are you looking for reliable drone advice – that is very specific for your circumstances? For example: Will a drone will be feasible for my particular purpose? Or perhaps, is other technology or a contract service a better option? (Considering ROI/net cost, the time you have available, weather or location challenges, safety/rules, likely results/suitability etc. […]

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Thermal drone for sale (DJI Mavic 2 Enterprise Advanced)

March 13th, 2023

Know someone wanting a thermal imaging drone, for their own business or to get into thermal drone contract work? Or someone who wants to upgrade from a basic model, eg DJI’s first Mavic Enterprise model? I’ve got a Mavic 2 Enterprise Advanced, in great condition, for sale. I love DJI’s Mavic 2 Enterprise Advanced (M2EA); […]

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What is the best drone to buy?

February 28th, 2023

I’m often asked ‘what is the best drone to buy?’ Whether for: Entry or advanced level drone users Commercial or recreational purposes Photography or agricultural uses, or mapping Rural or urban use And many are asking online for opinions. Incomplete and inaccurate information is rife so I’ve written a comprehensive, independent summary. Traps to be […]

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How to pack drones and drone batteries for travel on a plane

November 3rd, 2022

Consumer drones typically use lipo (lithium polymer) batteries, and they are unsafe if mishandled. A detailed ‘travelling with drones’ section is included in drone photography workshops. But I’ve written this summary re taking them onto aircraft because questions repeatedly arise online and there’s a lot of misinformation around. Doing the wrong thing could result in […]

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Outback cattle station photography books

October 31st, 2022

After 17 years of selling unique books featuring the largest cattle stations across Australia – the books have finally sold out as the few remaining have been purchased by the Barkly Roadhouse (in the Northern Territory). Until website updates are completed (this work will take weeks, as the website is such a beast), it will […]

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Victorian Drone Photography Masterclass

June 24th, 2022

The only Drone Photography Masterclass scheduled for 2022! Date: Saturday 30 July 2022 Venue: Bright Motor Inn, Victoria (Alpine country; northeastern Victoria; close to Mount Buffalo National Park, Alpine National Park and Mount Hotham) What is included: a full day of unique drone photography information plus an a hot la carte lunch at Bright Brewery, […]

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North Queensland Drone Workshop

May 26th, 2022

On Saturday 2 July I’m running a unique drone workshop in Townsville (North Queensland). It’s only the second one on my own doorstep; I’m often away travelling. WHO WILL THIS WORKSHOP SUIT? Anyone who already owns a drone or two, who is looking to step up to the next level (fill in knowledge gaps & […]

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Animal welfare & Australian politics

May 22nd, 2022

I avoid making political comments. To me voting is a private matter, and soapboxing too often just alienates those with opposing views on one hand and preaches to the choir on the other. And the personal vitriol that is thrown around is disgusting (‘play the ball, not the man’, should be the mantra for everyone). […]

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