Next events & office opening hours

February 10th, 2024

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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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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Previous events – drones, photography, agtech workshops & conferences, commercial photography & farm tours

September 17th, 2020

This page lists some 2016-2018 trips away, which will give you some idea of events which may appear in future. There’s quite a range, around Australia and overseas, including: Running workshops (drones, photography, social media) Speaking at conferences (drones, agtech, agriculture, rural women) Commercial photography work Exhibitions, book launches, award presentations & ag tradeshows Research, […]

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Rural photography competitions can help foster a thriving rural photography scene – but most don’t

September 7th, 2020

After running rural drone or photography workshops I’m usually approached by at least one parent asking whether their daughter, who is really keen on photography, should pursue a career as a photographer. (And yes, virtually every time it has been daughter, not son.) If I say ‘yes go for it’ (as many other photographers do) […]

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How to set up a drone business

March 21st, 2020

A while ago I read a post on how to start a drone business. It was advice on how to start a drone photography business but many of the same principles apply to all small businesses.  EG, the importance of finding your niche and focusing on it.  Become an expert in your field. Ideally, build […]

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How to judge & how to enter rural photography awards & competitions

February 2nd, 2020

Photography competitions can be incredibly useful in rural and regional areas. The multiple potential benefits range from encouraging existing talent to inspiring new photographers, to educating re agricultural industries and promoting the uptake of new methods and best-practice, improved environmental management, heritage protection plus tourism and event attendance. I enjoy judging photography competitions as much […]

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2019 Ireland & UK farm tour, with optional extension to the Scottish Highlands

June 20th, 2019

*NOTE: Booking have closed for this year’s tour to Ireland & the UK; if you are interested in a future tour, please let me know so I can keep you informed & you don’t miss out on a seat. A classic farming tour of the British Isles – full of intriguing contrasts, fascinating rural history […]

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2019 Farm tour of Ireland, Wales, England & Scotland – F.A.Q.

March 20th, 2019

Have you ever dreamt of a relaxing trip around Britain’s iconic rural landscapes – off the beaten track as well as to famous locations? En route enjoying great food and interesting conversations with locals involved in agriculture, as well as other farmers on the tour? Visiting a great variety of ag-related and cultural highlights? From […]

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Townsville Floods

February 7th, 2019

I’ve received many queries about the floods in Townsville and frustratingly, there has been a lot of typically inaccurate media reporting by blow-in journalists unfamiliar with geography, what’s typical here and Townsville’s history. Mainly because the genuine care factor – for accuracy regarding northern Australia – is lacking. Townsville is in the dry tropics – […]

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Top End & Kimberley Photography Tour

January 12th, 2019

Been dreaming of escaping to the Northern Territory’s Top End and Western Australia’s spectacular Kimberley region? Come with us in 2020 on a ten day dream trip covering more than 1,000km across the remote north-west corner of Australia. From the crocodiles, buffalo and magnetic antbeds of the Northern Territory’s Top End… …to the red cliffs […]

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