• Kondalilla Falls | Exploring with the Nikon D850 | Part 2

    This is part 2 of my Kondalilla Falls National Park adventure where I was exploring with the Nikon D850. The falls were surrounded by beautiful rainforest which contained different species of fauna and flora. The D850 performed really well as usual, just wish I could say the same for my body haha! A great hike and well worth the sore muscles afterwards doing the circuit around Kondalilla. The Kondalilla Falls walking circuit will take you approximately 2-3 hours to complete, BUT please take into account you will be stopping to take photos, have a break, eat a snack or dodge a snake or two, so add maybe another hour or…

  • Astro Photography | Lake Bonney | South Australia

    Will never forget this night any time soon. Perfect conditions, pitch black skies, cool weather and an awesome Australian landscape. In this video I show you how I find and compose my Milky Way shots for Astro Photography and share my camera settings and tips to get great shots.

  • Photographing Iceland – Rainbow at Skogafoss Waterfall

    I make my way back to photograph Skogafoss Waterfall, this time from a different perspective. I was lucky enough to be in the right place at the right time as I got the light I was chasing and a rainbow to boot!   Check it out now on my YouTube channel, click the pic below to go straight to the video.  

  • Photographing Iceland – Arriving in Iceland

    Photographing Iceland – Today is the day I finally arrive in Iceland to begin my photographic journey. Flying from London to the capital Reykjavik, then by car to southern Iceland.   Check it out now on my Youtube channel, click the pic below to go straight to the video 🙂  

  • Photographing Iceland – First Stop London!

    “CRANES!”   After arriving in London I now have a few days to kill before jetting off to Iceland. Shaking off the jet lag quickly, I decide to do some long exposure photography around the Thames River at night.   Check it out now on my YouTube channel, click the pic below to go straight to the video 🙂  

  • Hooker Valley Track – New Zealand

    For so many years I have wanted to hike along the Hooker Valley Track in New Zealand.  I was fortunate enough recently to make my dream come true.  In April this year, on a perfect Autumn day, my wife and I set out to do the 8 km (5 mile) 4 hour round trek to the base of Mount Cook and Hooker Lake via the Hooker Valley Track and let me tell you … it was SPECTACULAR!     It was everything I dreamt it would be.  Besides the jaw dropping alpine scenery, I was also witness to avalanches (from a distance),  flowing streams, suspension bridges, wildlife, icebergs (yes, icebergs!)…

  • New Zealand images now available to view

    Friends, it’s been a while since I’ve posted on my blog, but I am happy to announce I have now uploaded my New Zealand images under the Travel tab above or you can click here.  For the beautiful panoramas click here. I had so much fun while capturing these and also fine tuning in the post production process.  I hope you enjoy and please leave feedback if you wish. I have more adventures planned for the future so stay tuned. Your friend behind the lens Adrian

  • Day 9 Queenstown

    Glorious sunrise this morning.  Incredible colours of pink and purple as the sun came up over The Remarkables.   Well after getting engaged yesterday and a long night of celebrating I took it easy today and just cruised around the Queenstown area itself with the camera.   I mostly took shots over in the botanic gardens area and did a lot with the GoPro today in terms of time lapse videos.  Look forward to putting them together when I get home.   Finished the day off with casual cruise on the TSS Earnslaw (a 100 year old steam ship) across Lake Wakatipu with my new fiancé.  Perfect end to another…