Nautical Photography in Action

If you can’t sail because your boat is 1200 nautical miles away, you can certainly play with photos and relive amazing adventures.  So today we have two offerings to share with you: a photo book of our wonderful winter cruise in Queensland, and an article about nautical photography.  Enjoy and let us know what you think!

Photobook of our Queensland Winter Cruise

At long last, the photobook of our Queensland Winter Cruise is completed. This showcases some of our favourite photos from this momentous sailing adventure.  As usual, we have used Albumworks who do a wonderful job of packaging our chosen images into a beautiful High Definition coffee table book.

This particular sailing voyage was very special since my sister Véronique and husband Didier joined us for three weeks on board Take It Easy and so, although not a cheap production, this very precious time deserved a little more than just the usual illustrated journal.

You can view the photobook by going to our Cruise Stories/On Board Take It Easypage.  The journal of our cruise is also on the same page for those interested in reading the full story of our adventure.

Magazine Article Published!

And for the first time,we have an article published in a photography magazine!  The Enthralling World of Nautical Photography appears in the November Issue of Dynamic Range, a beautiful online photography publication. You can read this by going to our “Published” page, or better, click on the Dynamic Range magazine link and for only $5 you can download the whole issue in high resolution.

Title Page Nautical Photo

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