The photography competition website, Photocrowd, just launched a new comp on the theme of ‘Bucket List Moments‘ in partnership with Drobo (the prize being a Drobo 5N2). And being a DroboExplorer ambassador, they asked me to judge the competition! “Capturing your bucket-list moments is one … Continue readingJudging a Photo-Comp on Photocrowd
A couple of months ago I went out to film and photograph a world first expedition as Laura Bingham, Ness Knight, Pip Stewart and their Wai Wai guides attempted to kayak the Essequibo River in Guyana from the source to the sea. The whole trip took … Continue readingShooting a World First Expedition
At the start of each new year, I like to put together a showreel of the projects, events and shoots I was involved in over the past year. Check it out below! I was lucky enough to work with some awesome agencies and brands, including: … Continue readingNew Showreel for 2018
Warmer weather and disappearing snow means more hiking, mountain biking and climbing shoots! A selection of recent photos below with the Sony a6300: Sony a6300, Sony 55-210mm, 1/320, f/8.0, ISO 300 Sony a6300, Sony 55-210mm, 1/2500, f/5.6, ISO 100 Sony a6300, Sigma 10-20mm, 1/500, f/6.3, … Continue readingSony a6300 Landscape and Sports Photos
I’ve been based in the Allgäu Alps, about an hour south of Munich, for 6 months now and it has some of the most stunning scenery in Europe. Here’s a selection of landscape shots (you can see more on my instagram and website):
I wanted to get a decent sunset shot, here’s how I went about it. Research Obvious first step, find out when the sun goes down where you are and make sure you leave enough time! If you’re going up high you’ll have a little bit … Continue readingHow to get a good sunset shot…
Recently discovered and just signed up for 500px.com, a great website for creating photography portfolios, check them out. I’ve now upgraded for a mere $50 a year which allows me to now point my 500px site to my own homepage www.jon-w.com! Easy!