Dean J. Tatooles of Southern Cross Galleries will be on board the Maple Leaf as a photography instructor for Maple Leaf Adventures‘ Great Bear Rainforest Trip running from May 5, 2013 through May 11, 2013. The Maple Leaf is a 92-foot classing sailing ship — which will get guests up into some very remote areas seldom visited by tourists. This trip was donned one of National Geographic Traveler’s “50 Tours of a Lifetime” in 2011. To join us or for more information please click here.
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Photograph India’s Golden Triangle with professional nature and wildlife photographers Dean J. Tatooles and Tim Vollmer. Southern Cross Galleries 2013 India Photo Safari will be held from March 17, 2013 through March 28, 2013. For more information or to register go to the “Photo Safaris” section above.
Photograph Kenya’s finest with professional nature and wildlife photographers Dean J. Tatooles and Tim Vollmer. Southern Cross Galleries 2013 Kenya Photo Safari will be held from September 26, 2013 through October 5, 2013. For more information or to register click: http://www.southerncrossgalleries.com/kenya2012/.
Dates have been set for our Iceland Photo Safari with world renowned Icelandic photographer, Tim Vollmer. The trip will take place from September 6 through September 15, 2012 and will include several locations seldom photographed within the island’s remote interior. Only six spots are available. Details of the specific itinerary will follow on our website in the coming days; however, if you would like to reserve your place now, please Email us. This trip will fill up very quickly!
New images from my 2010 Falkland Islands, South Georgia and Antarctic Expedition have been posted in the Antarctica and Americas Galleries on this website and are now available for purchase!
Recently, I received great acclamation from one of my inspirations. International award winning and world renowned fine art panoramic landscape photographer, Peter Lik, commented on one of my images of “Ta Prohm Temple” captured in Cambodia. Lik commented, “Mate. Seriously. Love it. Amazing image, so much feeling to it. Congrats. Lucky ya had the soft light. Sensational.” This unique image of Ta Prohm Temple was taken in November 2008 with a Linhof 617 S III Technorama medium format panoramic camera using Fuji Velvia 100 professional slide film. Peter is attributable to the photgrapher I am today and this is truly a great honor for me personally.