Here are two stamps from the Australian Antarctic Territory which depict photographer Frank Hurley (1885 - 1962) at work on the ice with his camera and tripod.
At left is the 2014 issue Mi 221 Scott L181b(? don't have that catalog handy) which was one of five devoted to the Australasian Expedition (Mawson's) of 1911-14. At right is the 2016 issue Mi. 240 (Sc. L200?) which was one of five devoted to the Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition (1914-1916) all traveling as "Hurley's Journey" featuring his photographs.
The latter expedition was the famous Shackleton adventure. Hurley dove into the water to rescue plates and kit after the hull of the Endurance
was crushed by ice. As they prepared to sledge several hundred miles over the ice, he bargained with Shackleton to keep 150 glass plates and the rest were smashed. He also kept a small pocket camera and documented more of the adventure, including Shackleton's departure in a small open boat to get help from South Georgia. Shortly after rescue he went to Europe as a war photographer. Hurley had enough hair-raising adventures to fill several lives.
The full sets are reproduced after the two relevant stamps.