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Stars Over Uluru

Stars Over Uluru

I've written a few articles on the basics of star trails, but the finer details on making your trails look as lovely as possible are often where photographers struggle the most. This article explores the finer points from my annual visit to Uluru to chase the stars.


Why Is More Important Than How

Why Is More Important Than How

Sometimes we focus too much on the style and not enough on substance. What motivates us to capture images is far important than the camera itself.


LUMIX GH6 Custom Settings

LUMIX GH6 Custom Settings

If you're new to the GH6 or new to the custom dial on the camera, this primer will get you moving quickly to set and reset your baseline and access a wide range of this camera's features.


No Bystanders

No Bystanders

It can be very very difficult to connect with people, to crack open a gap and peer inside the lives of others. It demands patience and honesty. There is no camera upgrade or new technology to make it easier.


Cooked the Books

Cooked the Books

Each year Shellie designs a unique menu for our food photography workshop, and then publishes the recipes online for everyone to enjoy. Even if you didn't make it to this years event, you can still get a taste of our workshops in your own kitchen.


Full Frame Himalayas

Full Frame Himalayas

It's been a long time since I travelled in Nepal with a full frame camera, having enjoyed the LUMIX G9 and its mix of power and convenience in recent years. This time I returned to the Annapurnas with a pair of LUMIX S5 full frame cameras in my bag, and loads of lovely Spring sunshine.



We're just back from Nepal and our hard drives are choc full of luscious images from the lower valleys in spring-time, and the majestic Annapurna Ranges. We had a great group of companions and some magic moments with the camera.

Take a look at the latest video we made for Be Your Best Tours.
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Take a moment to step inside one of our workshops. Shellie does the styling and menus, while Ewen does the techy bits and lighting. And the food is absolutely SENSATIONAL!





35mm Nepal

Photo Eassy from Shellie Froidevaux

Nepal with a 35mm lens



We Made A Cookbook

My craft is photography. Mostly I capture images for someone else. Their brand, their book, their magazine, their story. It's the same for my wife, Shellie, who is also a photographer and stylist and recipe developer. Together we've been able to make something for ourselves and we hope something that everybody else will love as much as we do.


Story on The Blog

Ewen's Photography Book

"ReIMAGINE" is now available to order online.
It's a very big and very generous book that will help you to reconnect with your creative side.

ReIMAGINE







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Walk With Me

Ewen Bell walks through a series of photos, taken while walking local parks with camera in hand. Each video reveals insights into processing those images as well as insights into the experience of capturing them. Birds and flowers will be the main focus for this series. Ewen wants to share the joy of taking a camera for a walk in the park and making beautiful images along the way.


Take A Walk With Me

 



Food & Travel UK
Bhutan

An absolute privilege not only to capture this side of Bhutan but then to write 2000 words as well. F&T is a gorgeous magazine and I love seeing 14 pages filled with the best of the Himalayas.

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National Geographic Traveller USA
Tasmania

Bitterwseet finish to 2019 with a commission shoot in Tasmania for NatGeo and 14 pages filled with this beautiful part of the world, and then finding out this was the final print edition of the magazine. Some good people at NatGeo, there really are.

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