Delving into the Danakil

Four days in a 4WD travelling around what National Geographic dubs "The cruelest place on earth". What an incredible experience!

Close Encounters of an Alligator Kind

I love using foreground elements in my photographs...but never did I imagine using a live wild alligator for a foreground element!

4 Tips for Adding Depth to Your Photos

Joshua Cripps give 4 easy to follow photography tips to add depth to your images.

Does Originality Really Matter?

How do you create original images in a world full of nature photographers with digital cameras… and does it really matter?

Looking for a perfect Mangrove

Landscape Photography is hard work... and sometimes we have to wander into an icky swamp, dodge poison oak, and avoid snakes and alligators just to get one shot.

A Different Kind of Landscape Photography

Every now and then, I feel less inspired and need to force myself to look around for photo subjects. Sometimes I simply can’t find the proper interpretation for a scene.

See The World Through Your Own Eyes

Photographers need to remember to stay true to their vision no matter what your critics say.

Photographing subjects underwater

Field work is a great place for out-of-the-box thinking especially when shooting something challenging like underwater subjects.

Pay Attention to Negative Space

Learn to focus on your subject and avoid the distractions caused by negative space.

Get Yourself Oriented

Magazine editors might ask for a vertical shot for the front cover, and calendar companies might want a horizontal shot of the same location. Are you ready for the call?