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March 2018

Photo Tip – Plan The Shots for Your Editorial Assignment

Here’s a tip for covering an editorial assignment. I’ve shot features for many magazines, but my favourite is the geographic assignment, so those are the sample photos I’ll use. The key to a successful feature in a magazine, geographical or otherwise, is diversity. To achieve that: Be sure to have three types of shots: long …

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The Story Behind the Green And Golden Bell Frog Image

It was the magic year of 2000. Everyone had breathed a sigh of relief that our computers and systems hadn’t gone haywire. In Sydney it was the time of the Olympics. Energy was high. Somehow the threatened Green and Golden Bell Frog became emblematic of this productive and heartfelt era. I was on assignment for Australian …

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The Arty Frog

This handsome little fellow is the Green and Golden Bell Frog. He’s part of my latest body of artworks called “Noble Spirit – Australian Wildlife Portraits” which was on exhibit at the Sydney Royal Botanic Gardens in 2017. I originally photographed him as part of an assignment for Australian Geographic several years ago but, it …

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Squirrel Glider

Squirrel Glider (Petaurus norfolcensis) Southeastern Australia. Threatened species

From a secure high perch, the Squirrel Glider extends the flaps between its wrists and ankles – then soars. This portrait photo served as the cover, through two editions, of the classic tome by the Australian Museum, called The Complete Book of Australian Mammals. Interested in seeing this delicate portrait as a fine art print? …

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