Cradle Mountain is a mecca for photographers.
Dennis Harding is a Tasmanian born professional landscape photographer. He has been making photographs of his island home for the past 30 years. His images convey the intimate detail and abstract beauty of Tasmania.
Dennis is the author of eight Tasmanian books.
Tasmania a Wild Beauty
Tasmania A Place To Remember
A Tasmanian Wilderness Experience
A Portrait of Tasmania Australia’s Island State
Tasmania Spectacular Destinations
Tasmania Tasmanian Landscapes
Greatly influenced by the work of both late Tasmanian wilderness photographers Olagus Truchanus and Peter Dombroskis and international photographers David Muench, Ansel Adams and Shino Maeda.
Dennis’s primary goal as a photographer is to capture the spirit of the landscape and help people become more aware of preserving our natural heritage though the published image. Every year Dennis publishes a selection of his best work in the Spectacular Tasmania and Classic Images Calendars.
Adam Holbrook has an extraordinary talent for photography – his images speak for themselves. They are captivating examples of the art of photography. He has experience in a range of photographic fields but his real gifts are revealed in conjunction with another passion, bushwalking in the Tasmanian wilderness.
“My aim is to capture, share and focus attention on the beauty of the natural world as I see it.
Utilising my own skill, professional cameras and lenses and a solid tripod, I strive to achieve the most detailed and high-quality images possible. Post-processing is kept to the minimum required to allow the viewer of my work to stand where I stood, to share the uniqueness of the captured moment.
My goal is to achieve the highest possible standards in all respects. To this end my photographs are printed by respected, professional printing businesses and, in framing the images myself, I make the choice to extend to their presentation the same care and attention to detail I show in my approach to photography.
I trust you enjoy the results.”
All other images on the site have been sourced on Flickr under a Creative Commons licence.
If you would like to showcase your Cradle Mountain images, please contact us, we would love to share them with the World.