Australian Panoramic Landscape Photography
From an early age, I have had an intense passion for nature and the great outdoors and landscape photography. Originating from New Zealand, I quickly developed a love and appreciation of the rich colours in this fantastic world we live in. I am completely self-taught and have spent countless hours exploring South East Queensland, Northern New South Wales and Tasmania in the search for the most striking, most beautiful panoramic landscape photography images.
"Kane Gledhill is a Brisbane based Australian Landscape Photographer."
From the Gallery
New Release Photographs
Below are some recent image releases, but if you're feeling game, then head straight to the gallery!
Taken during the rare ‘Thundersnow’ event. A Thundersnow is a very rare meteorological phenomenon, especially in Australia.
The Coffs Harbour Jetty is a famous location along the Mid North Coast of New South Wales. I was lucky enough to snag a stormy sunset complete with a rainbow!
A country Queensland experience. Taken on a cool, foggy morning west of Brisbane.
A wild summer storm was brewing while I was making my way back to the boat. I only had time for one frame & one frame was all I needed. A beautiful and unique Brisbane Landscape.
The 'One Tree Hill' of Maleny, Queensland. Taken early summer while the local famers were conducting back burning ready for the fire season.
Landscape Photography from Brisbane City & Beyond
Featured images from my Brisbane City collection.
Before & After Film Scans
I’m often asked about how much (if any) processing goes into my film scans. The answer is generally not much -sometimes people believe you, & other times they don’t, the truth is very little processing can be done to a 16bit Tif scan of a colour transparency.
Behind the Lens & Outtake Images
Hours of time goes into image making, below are a few behind the lens iPhone images. Enjoy.
Panoramic Landscapes Brisabane Landscapes Vertical Landscapes Why do I shoot Film?
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