Tracer 2012 Fall European Tour Wrap

Just added a Tour Wrap for the 2012 Tracer Fall European Tour. Clicking the image below will get you to the Photography By BJWOK Tour Wraps page where you can view this latest wrap, so crack open a beer, sit back and enjoy!

Blenheimfest 2013

Now in it’s 4th year, Blenheimfest is back bigger and better with headliners The Transatlantics! Save the date, Good Friday this year falls on the 29th March and get your tickets here as there will be no on the gate! 01.

Tracer 2012 Fall European Tour Announcement

After the overwhelming success of the 11 week European Summer Tour earlier this year, Tracer are heading back to Europe for another headline tour scheduled for fall (or Autumn – depending how you like it!) Once again, I will be on board in my dual role of Tour Photographer/Tour Manager, bringing you not only the band, […]

Tracer 2012 Summer European Tour Announcement

From April until July I’ll be on tour with Tracer as they tour their album “Spaces In Between” throughout Europe. The whole tour is split into a number of different shows including Tracer’s headline shows, plus opening supports for France’s Headcharger and Gorjia, the USA’s Black Label Society, Belgium’s Triggerfinger plus a bunch of festival dates. I’ll […]

Tracer “Spaces In Between” European Tour ’11 Announcement

During October and November, I’ll be on tour with Tracer as they launch their new album “Spaces In Between” throughout Europe. The tour will be in two parts, the first being Tracer’s headline shows in Germany, then the band will join Sweden’s Royal Republic for the second half of their “We Are The Royal” Tour, […]

Why you shouldn’t accept a “Wire Transfer” as payment method for international clients

There are a bunch of different methods of payment you can offer your clients, here’s why you shouldn’t use “Wire Transfer” as one of them when dealing with international clients. Quite a few months back I shot a feature on Parkway Drive for Alt Press Magazine. The particular issue is now out of print, so […]

Canvas Special

Choose an image from the many you see here at my site and have it printed as a beautiful gallery-wrapped, stretched canvas ready to hang on your wall, postage included! Perfect for the bedroom, lounge or study! Would also make a sweet gift to your music loving mate, or to your mate in the band […]

Tutorials – Using Droplets to batch add logos in Photoshop CS5

There must be a hundred (maybe more) different ways to batch add logos to your photos – from plugins, scripts, add-ons etc etc. Some of them don’t even use Photoshop. But, if you are like me and use Photoshop in conjunction with Lightroom and Illustrator exclusively in your workflow here is a nice little way […]

Tutorials – Photoshop CS5 Content-Aware

There’s been lots of talk concerning the updates to the Adobe CS5 suite since it’s release. More importantly, for us photographers there have been a bunch of cool updates to Photoshop CS5. A real handy one being the a new method of replacement fill with “Content-Aware“: What exactly is replacement fill with “Content-Aware” and how […]

Gig Gear List (or what I rock with at least)

I’m often asked what lens I would recommend to someone looking to start shooting gigs. It’s hard to recommend precisely what will meet everyone’s individual needs as there are way too many factors at play for every situation. Instead, I’ve put together this list of the gear that I rock with. This is by no […]

Alison Lea on the 3 song rule

With a 30 year career in Rock N Roll photography under her belt, Alison Lea is well versed when it comes to photographing bands and dealing with photo policies. Currently in town promoting her exhibition “A View From The Pit 1978-2010” taking place at The Deli (54a George Street, Thebarton) Alison was happy enough to […]