January 2013 - Peter Bellingham is featured in the Hasselblad Bulletin
"Looking down on Australia" Peter Bellingham is set to complete the remarkable task of photographing the entire Australian coast from the air this year, and his constant partner in his private plane is his trusty Hasselblad H4D-60. Read the full article at the Hasselblad website.
Contemporary creative expertise and lighting techniques have brought Peter Bellingham to the forefront of today's photographic industry professionals.
Peter is the Master of Aerial and Panoramic photography in Australia. His use of light and shade from an aerial perspective has to be seen to be believed.
To create true masterpieces from the air Peter uses the finest camera man had ever made. The world's finest camera, the Hasselblad H4D 60 medium format digital camera is his choice, producing digital files up to 300 meg. Peter is able to produce enormous, 3:4 square, 2:1 panoramic and 3:1 panoramic images which can be enlarged up to 17 metres long with virtually no grain or pixelation which is unheard of in the photographic industry.
Always at the leading edge of technology and design, Peter will listen to your brief, give you a prompt appraisal of your upcoming aerial or commercial project and deliver images beyond your expectations...on time and within budget.
Hello everyone, just thought we should let you know what has been happening in 2013.
27 trips to Tasmania has finally resulted in Peter being able to photograph the entire Tasmanian coastline from the air, what a challenge... The images ane online right now......stunning.
Peter has just finished photographing the entire Viictorian coastline which goes towards photographing the entire Australian Coastline of which he has now shot 80%. The remaining areas in north Queensland and the Northern Territory should be completely photographed later this year.
Peter has also recently travelled to Lord Howe Island and Norfolk Island on a photographic mission to bring back beautiful imagery from the island paradise. - The images are now online.