Bryceworld is my name… Photography is my game.

Who is Bryceworld???

World traveler, BASE jumper, skydiver, a lover AND a fighter…. Oh did I mention lover of all things photographic, from pinholes & darkrooms, colour + black & white, to digital +  spending way too long in front of a computer.

I started my Panoramic landscape journey with an x-pan, which was stolen, so I saved & bought myself a noblex.  A year later I found the x-pan on eBay, and got it back with the same roll of film in it! I know shoot primarily a Nikon D700 and a Fotoman 617 with of-course, Velvia being my film of choice.

You can learn something from just about everyone in life, whether they know it or not, (some people can teach you by showing you what NOT to do) so I try to keep all my senses open and keen to soak up any information that I can . I live by the idea that we can never stop learning because I believe we were made by a creator (Yes, I’m talking about God here people) that has blessed us with that same gift of creativity. The infinite is everywhere if you just know where to look.

Thanks for reading,



Come and say Hi..If you see me doing this – Come and say Hi…

7 responses

  1. A fan

    Yo Bryceworld! You da man!!! Keep shootin and tootin… Live the dream!

    June 23, 2009 at 3:12 pm

  2. That’s amazing that you found your Xpan on Ebay still with the roll of film. Ha ha.

    August 5, 2009 at 9:49 am

  3. Rachael

    You’re inspirational Bryce!

    September 17, 2009 at 12:36 pm

  4. Alen

    you know who this is…..

    say hi to mum and i like your work….keep it up.

    January 18, 2010 at 8:36 pm

  5. That’s amazing that you found your Xpan on Ebay still with the roll of film. Ha ha.

    July 23, 2010 at 7:41 pm

  6. Hello,
    have you been able to figure out what cause the banding on your Noblex? I have the same problem.
    Would like to have a chance to chat with you.

    October 25, 2011 at 11:01 am

    • Hi Yuri,

      You just need to keep your batteries fresh and never let them stay in the camera when they are low.. I would turn the camera off inbetween exposures and take the batteries out when I wasn’t using the camera, I found that when ever there was a hint of them running low I would get the bending.
      New batteries, all the time 🙂

      October 31, 2011 at 4:20 am

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