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“The new documentary Brindabellas takes near-infrared photography to new places…. and it’s breathtaking” – No Film School
“Stunning…” – Jarred Land | RED Digital Cinema
“A visual feast…a transfixing collection” – Australian Broadcasting Commission
“Infrared Cinematography Makes Australia’s Stunning Natural Landscapes Even More Jaw-Droppingly Beautiful” – Creative Planet Network

UPDATE | All 22 chapters of edge of light are now available (in 4K) for general viewing on Vimeo. We have collected them all here so they can be easily enjoyed from start to finish. The five seasonal parts summer, autumn, winter, spring and summer (returns) have also been upgraded to 4K on Vimeo on Demand for anyone looking for a slightly extended near-infrared motion experience… | more

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the calm - October skies

the calm

| in the field, out & about | No Comments
No real sign of spring storms yet as mild weather prevents any major build-up over the ranges. But not long now before things start to heat...
Grevillea paradoxa

grafted gems

| australian flora, out & about | No Comments
Western Australia is the home of so many beautiful native plants - but it can be a fairly long trip from the east coast...
spring dusk | 2016

spring dusk

| in the field, out & about | No Comments
The transition from winter into spring can produce some beautiful dusk cloudscapes and sunsets over the Brindabella Ranges west of Canberra.  This year has been no...
spring orchids | 2016

spring orchids

| australian flora, documentary, in the field | No Comments
Spring orchids | blue fingers (Cyanicula caerulea) on Black Mountain. After a wet Canberra winter there are some impressive displays of orchids starting to appear...