After the success of ‘Composition Made Easy – Chapter 1 – Finding the Shot‘ I was excited to step things up for my second chapter of this online photography course. I decided to head to the Canadian Rockies to film some high quality content for ‘Composition Made Easy – Chapter 2 – Tricks of the Trade‘. This chapter is all about those practical techniques that you can use when you’re out shooting with your own camera. These reliable ‘tricks of the trade’ will form a solid foundation for your landscape photography to help you create better compositions every time you head out into nature. Read more.
After 5 months of work and a year of planning, Michael Shainblum and I are proud to announce our new online photography course ‘Milky Way Made Easy‘. This project has been a labour of love for both of us with Milky Way processing tutorials as well as ‘in-field’ tutorials showing how we get the shot. Click on the image below to learn more about this exciting new course.
A one-2-one sessions is the perfect way to turbo charge your photography skills, post processing and general photography goals. We’ll work together to improve not just your technique, but how you see the beauty around you and visualize your compositions.
Join my 5 day/6 night Scotland Photography Workshop in January 2021 and I’ll share with you my favourite shooting locations. If you have a passion for ethereal landscapes, the Isle of Skye boasts some of the most mysterious and magical places you’re ever likely to see. Rich in history and culture, the Isle of Skye in the Scottish Highland will capture your heart like no other place on earth.
For landscape photographers, the Faroe Islands offer mind blowing scenery. Feast your eyes on spectacular waterfalls that pour off dramatic cliffs into the ocean, a hanging lake, ancient Saksun village, sea stacks and endless mountain vistas.
After inadvertently becoming the ‘Laurel & Hardy’ of landscape photography on Youtube, we decided to team up for our very first ‘Hardcastle & Gibbs‘ joint workshop in a location that is very dear to our hearts. San Josef Bay is one of the many jewels of Vancouver Island and both Adam and I have spent years studying this fascinating seascape.
The West Coast of Vancouver Island has a truly wild atmosphere that you’ll experience as soon as you set foot on this beautifully rugged coastline. Bring your camera and capture that beauty with instructors Gavin Hardcastle and Adam Gibbs for this spectacular Vancouver Island Photography Workshop in Port Renrew.