A message from Richard's webmaster:

It is with great sadness that I write this update, Richard and Carol Green and their friend John Davis, a documentary film maker, passed away on November 7th, 2015 when their helicopter crashed near the Hunter Valley. They were on a trip researching environmental impacts of coal mining.

If you are wanting to send an email to Richard and Carol's family please address it to

For 15 years my landscape photography was primarily with a Linhof 5x4 plate camera. With the advent of modern high resolution digital cameras, I now shoot exclusively with full frame 35mm digital Canon EOS 1Ds bodies and Canon L series lenses.

I take full advantage of the digital technology to create multi stitched wide and extremely detailed panoramas. Most span a visual field of at least 180°, ie. what you would see with the naked eye. The exhibition prints are normally between 2 and 4 metres in length and are intended to give the viewer the sense of actually being there by my side when the photo was taken. My photographic technique is described in our book REMOTE & WILD.

By necessity these images are dramatically scaled down for presentation on your screen via this web-site. They are available in 3 sizes, so if it is not already opened to its maximum, you are recommended to open this window up and use the size adjustment key in the top right corner to adjust the web page size to fit on to your screen. First ensure that your screen resolution is set to the maximum it will support.

Of course if you are on a slow internet connection, you may need to use the smaller page sizes which will load more quickly.

Also if you have a small screen and even the smallest web pages do not fit - increase the resolution of your screen to the maximum and hide any unnecessary toolbars at the top of your screen.

lecture presentations

I have given several illustrated public lecture presentations on my work.

These are usually associated with my exhibitions, however several have recently been given to photographic clubs. Details of future lectures will be posted.