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Since my little boy's birth back in August '11, I've nearly disappeared from the photography world. Being a parent is tougher than one can think, you don't realise it until you are actually experiencing it, but what a joy!

As mentioned in my previous post, I've, in the meantime, move to Australia, taking my little family to the sunshine and closer to the family (New Caledonia). A bit before the move I've restarted shooting again with Andy & Jane's family and then in Sydney with Tahnee a model from ModelMayhem and for Golfers in IT.

Hopefully, I will be posting more shots and blog about my Aussie's experience.

Most of you that are interested in Landscape and Travel Photography should already know David Noton. If you do not, I urge you to have a look at his amazing portfolio on David Noton Photography.

I just been told that David Noton is holding a workshop in London, here are the details:

"Imagework presents David Noton ‘The Final Touch: A Commitment to Quality’.

15th March 2012 at Westbourne Studios London 10.00 – 17.00   £95.00

Following on from Philip Bloom's sell out workshop we present David Noton who many of you will know from his amazing travel images.  This is not the usual day out on location but the opportunity to discover how David has become successful by following his business practice as well as his photographic skills.

David Noton is an award winning landscape and travel photographer with over 24 years experience as a professional under his belt.  During his photographic career David has travelled to just about every corner of the Globe, with the exception of Antarctica - which apparently is on the list.

David's day long presentation will be aimed at advanced photographers.  Areas covered will be field craft, attitude, working practice, editing, workflow, presentation and originality interspersed with demonstrations on capture to finish, travelling with camera kit, tilt and shift lens, use of filters and panoramic shots and stitching.  Today it's quality not quantity and anyone aware of David's images will appreciate he follows this methodology.

'I seem to spend my life waiting for the right light and I’m a weather forecast addict.  But in 1981 I was working in a glue factory, so I guess it’s going pretty well.’

For further details and booking information please go to http://imagework.tv/ "

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I've just received a notification email from Matt M. from NixonMcInnes, they have launched this interesting project for O2:

"It lends itself very well to mobile phone photography. We’ve commissioned narrative engineer Alexis Kennedy, of Failbetter Games, to write two stories, inspired by photos taken by the public. One story is a journey in sunlight, a happy tale of a far off land, while the other is a dark and hard-boiled thriller, set in shadows. Each tale begins with a single picture and from there, it’s up to the audience how the stories twist and turn over the next eleven chapters."

The Sony Photo Challenge competition has ended on Tuesday 11th January 2011.will end tomorrow midday. The final winners have been revealed. Among the prices of the competition: a Sony NEX-5 camera is the world smallest interchangeable lens digital camera.

Thank you to all of you for participating to this competition.

The last week of the Sony Photo Challenge competition will end tomorrow midday. Today is your last chance to upload your 'Sport' photograph to the competition to win a Sony NEX-5 camera.

Sony NEX-5 camera is the world smallest interchangeable lens digital camera. Be quick and upload your contribution to the competition. Just submit your image to the Flickr group and tag your image with 'SonyPhotoChallenge' and 'QH Photography'. More info here.

My blog and its readership has been invited to the Sony Photo Challenge, we are in the middle of week 3 with the subject being 'People'. Sony has revealed the winners of last week 'Travel' competition.

You too can win an Sony NEX-5 Camera, the world smallest interchangeable lens digital camera. Wednesday 29th December 2010 will start week 3 with 'People' as subject. Just submit your image to the Flickr group and tag your image with 'SonyPhotoChallenge' and 'QH Photography'. More info here.

My blog and its readership has been invited to the Sony Photo Challenge, we are in the middle of week 2 with the subject being 'Travel'. Sony has revealed the winners of last week 'Nature' competition.

You too can win an Sony NEX-5 Camera, the world smallest interchangeable lens digital camera. Wednesday 29th December 2010 will start week 3 with 'People' as subject. Just submit your image to the Flickr group and tag your image with 'SonyPhotoChallenge' and 'QH Photography'. More info here.

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