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Tips on travel photography

No sooner have we finished printing our coffee table book on Papua New Guinea (due to hit port any minute), than a request comes in to print a similar book on the Cook Islands. And, I’m delighted. It’s one of my strongest destination galleries, and I think it will be a particularly popular publication. Interestingly, […]

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My latest book on Papua New Guinea is about to hit the shelves, with advanced copies having just arrived. The book has been six months in the making (though two decades of photography), with the production, the wheeling-and-dealing to pre-sell 3,000 copies, the printing out of Singapore and the shipping. But it’s finally done, due […]

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I’ve just returned from a 10 day assignment for Pacific Island Living Magazine. The Brief: Write a travel story about Samoa and photograph the country’s tourist attractions across its two main islands – Upolu and Savaii. And include some food shots. Thankfully, I’ve photographed Samoa several times for its national tourism authority and a few […]

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Having endured 10 straight days of rain and overcast conditions during a back-to-back resort shoot on Rarotonga, the gods obviously decided I’d served my penance (the list is long) and followed-up with five days of exceptional conditions for a destination shoot of Aitutaki and the remote island of Atiu for the Cook Islands Tourism Corporation. […]

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