South Fiord, Te Anau

Blogs showcasing Speakers and Workshop presentations

Margaret Soraya

Podcast I believe every one of us can create beautiful images, feel fulfilled, and improve our well-being through photography and this is why I created this podcast. The quiet landscape podcast is about exploring different ways that photographers, creatives, and thought leaders work and live and the conversations

Peter Crossley

NZ Geographic quoting Peter Crossley Lava caves may just be the most delightful thing that Aucklanders don’t know about their city—hidden below the suburbs, beneath front lawns and corner dairies. These caves are formed as a stream of lava begins to cool. The surface of the lava solidifies, but molten

Simon Pierce

February 15th 2021: Whale Shark Research Simon J Pierce - Simon says: 'I’m a co-founder and whale shark researcher at the Marine Megafauna Foundation, and an irredeemable wildlife geek at the new Nature Tripper Magazine (and website), which I operate with my wife Madeleine. ' Click here

Mark Watson

May 17th 2021: Cycling from Alaska to Patagonia via the American Cordillera  Mark Watson Mark over viewed his 45,500km cycling journey from the north coast of Alaska to Patagonia and then covered some highlights of the ride, with an emphasis on the remarkably diverse climates, ecosystems and

William Patino

William has been awarded the Resene Colour Award as a 2020 NZ Geographic Photographer of the Year Winner.  Click here to scroll through the awards Message from Will: If anyone is interested, I have a landscape photography masterclass video tutorial which covers techniques in the field and also processing,

Julian Elliott

Message from Julian A Kazak Mongolian eagle hunter and his eagle in the Altai near to Bayan Olgii, Mongolia. Sorry I didn't get back to you earlier. I've been in the UK without much of a connection here. It's always good to hear my work has gone down

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