Archive for the ‘NZ Photo Reviews’


Steve Burling’s NZ Photography Review

Good day everybody!

I found Steve Burling’s photographs of New Zealand on one of the photographic sites on the internet, and they caught my attention right away.  His compositions and understanding of light are wonderful. And what is also very important is that Steve absolutely loves nature and photography – I can see it from his work. And Steve himself says:  “I love to travel and have been doing so for some time and am constantly blown away by how beautiful the world is.”  This is what I also feel and it may be the reason why I love his photographs so much.

Spencer Weed, my good friend

Today I added four more photos to the Free Wallpapers Download section.
I received these photos from my friend Spencer.

Corey Hamilton Beach Photography

Today I would like to make a short review of Corey Hamilton’s photography. Corey is a guy whose passion is to photograph beaches all over the world. Among many different and beautiful photographs he has whole gallery dedicated to New Zealand’s beaches. I picked a few of his photos, which I would like to present here with his kind permission.
You can click on each photo to view a larger version of it.

Toshio Kishiyama’s view of New Zealand

I don’t know exactly why, but lately I got interested in New Zealand photography. You can see that from my post titled New Zealand Photography Review, and I also met Mark Pilbeam through my interest in New Zealand photography. You can read Mark Pilbeam’s short description of his trip to New Zealand here. And now I would like to write about another person who made very nice photographs during his trip to New Zealand. His name is L. Toshio Kishiyama. I found his photos on flicker, liked them, and Toshio kindly gave me his permission to display them here.

Mark Pilbeam’s trip to New Zealand

Mark Pilbeam, aged 70 lives with his wife of 47 years, near Stratford-on-Avon in England and plays at photography when he has time. This is at least what he says about himself. I think he is too humble, since I saw his photographs and liked many of them. He agreed to share a short story of his trips to New Zealand. You can see a few of Mark’s photos at the end of this article.
Greg.