Engineer and professional adventurer Chris Bray turned his passion for nature photography into a thriving business – teaching people how to photograph animals around the globe. His adventurous life started early on a boat with his parents and sister as they sailed around the world.
On this episode of Talking Australia Chris chats about his upbringing and how he discovered his passion for photography, and about a hair-raising, high-risk sailing trip through the North West Passage on an old wooden junk, which could have ended his career before it even started. Currently he lives on Christmas Island where he has established an eco-lodge. With the sea at his front door and a wild and remote Indian Ocean island as his playground, Chris has a story you won’t want to miss!
This Episode of Talking Australia is hosted by Liz Ginis (Managing Editor Digital at Australian Geographic) and produced by Ben Kanthak (www.beachshackpodcasts.com)
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Koalas, kangaroos, sea lions, dolphins, amazing birdlife and more – there’s no shortage of wildlife muses for shutter bugs visiting South Australia’s Kangaroo Island.
Photographer Chris Bray shares his tips to take a perfect panning shot – where the subject stays sharp even as it sprints.
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How to take photos of fireworks that will do all those oohs and aahs justice.
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