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Continue our road trip along the South East coast of Australia with a stop in Sydney! Featuring some long exposure photography of the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge, as well as an Instameet photo walk hosted by Ta-ku and the Create & Explore team. • Read more and see photos on the blog at http://jellyjourneys.com/blog/2016/australia-road-trip-sydney/ • Become a fan! http://allam.co/youtubesub -- QUESTIONS? Check my FAQs first: http://joeallam.co.uk/faq -- MUSIC PRODUCER? Get in touch—I'm on a major lookout for new tunes! http://twitter.com/joeallam -- Part 2 of our road trip across Australia! Check out part 1 from Melbourne and watch out for part 3 in the road trip playlist: During our quick stop in Sydney, we got loads and loads of photos of the famous harbour from various differ...
This time with sound... (Ooops sorry) The Bunny Boiler has another target in her sights and this time she wants photographic proof of their affair. Don't forget to subscribe to our channel for more Balls Of Steel Clips - http://bit.ly/XKEDlb
www.marcojphotography.com Follow story @ https://www.facebook.com/JacobsExposure?ref=hl A China Photography Story. Documenting the authentic lifestyles of the Ethnic minority groups around Yunnan Province. Fast disappearing due to rising economies. The full series shows portraits of an older generation that still lives and dresses in very traditional ways. By Sydney Based Photographer Marco Jacobs A Nikon D800 was used in this project with only two lenses. (Nikon 50 F/1.4 and a Nikon 85 F/1.4
The Bunny Boiler strikes again, this time in a photography studio, but it's more than just a picture she wants from her unsuspecting man. Check out our channel for more classic Balls Of Steel clips - http://www.youtube.com/user/BallsOfSteelA3M
Fran Miller is a professional surf photographer. She’s one of five women from completely different corners of the industry that we’ve brought together to showcase Women in Surf. Read the full story here: http://bit.ly/2sMfuuh
A short video of an ASWPP sponsored Workshop with International Wedding Photographer Jeff Voon. On his first visit to Australia from Malaysia, Jeff Voon produced some amazing images that inspired a group of Australian photographers. The rainy wet weather in Melbourne didn't stop this Award Winning Photographer create photographs that were up to his Award Winning standard. Jeff Voon travels the world photographing weddings and doing "hands on" workshops. Enquiries 0418509228 email@example.com
A photograph is shaped more by the person behind the camera than by what's in front of it. To prove this we invited six photographers to a portrait session with a twist. ‘Decoy’ is one of six experiments from The Lab, designed to shift creative thinking behind the lens. Want to be part of future The Lab experiments? Register your interest here: http://bit.ly/1MrOBh8 Special thanks to the photographers who participated in this experiment: Chris Meredith, Jin Lim, Lyndal Irons, Kate Disher-Quill, Franky Tsang and Tristan Stefan Edouard.
Winner of the Astrofest David Malin Awards Wide-Field category, photographer Phil Hart (http://www.philhart.com), shares his photography advice to show you how to shoot great photographs of the night sky and stars, space and moon. From how to choose a sturdy tripod to setting up your camera properly, what lens to choose and where to focus, to what exposure settings to use, here are his tips for awesome night sky photography and astrophotography.
Matt Reed is a talented and successful professional commercial photographer from Australia. With his team in his beautiful studio Matt creates all types of studio product images: jewelry, food, wine bottles, clothing and fashion, industrial photography just to name a few. As a former e-commerce business owner he has a rather unique perspective at product photography being able to look at the problem from his clients’ point of view. Now after more than ten years in the product photography business Matt continuously keeps experimenting with new gear, testing new technologies and developing new lighting techniques for the purpose of creating the strongest product photographs possible. We are very excited to announce that Matt will be one of our instructors on photigy.com. Please, welcome...
"So much storytelling, is more story listening - trusting what you have in front of the camera." Behind every powerful image, is a powerful story. Be inspired by the latest Canon Light Awards brief - by Jonas Peterson, Canon Master:- http://lightawards.canon.com.au/?cid=so_o_yt_cla_315_1 Introducing the Canon Light Awards: Australia's newest and biggest photography competition. Be Inspired by creative challenges that push the boundaries of your imagination craft and skill. PRIZES This is one of Australia's biggest photo competitions, with a total prize pool worth over $150,000, including monthly winners and the ultimate prize of a luxury photo safari in Africa LEARN & GROW The Light Awards is a place for you to develop your skills as a photographic storyteller - in either the student o...
Rural and landscape photographer Josh Smith has spent more than six years with his friend, pilot Joe Smith, flying over northern New South Wales to take aerial photographs of the landscapes below. Based in Narrabri, much of Smith's work showcases the land of farmers -- and friends -- he knows in the region. Capturing the landscape from this unique perspective, Smith is able to highlight the changing colours and patterns of the environment over the course of the seasons, as the crops are sown and harvested. Creating photographs akin to abstract art, Smith and his pilot have travelled as far as Central Australia in a bid to capture the perfect shot. Presented by Canon with HuffPost Australia Video shot & Edited by Tom Compagnoni Interviews by Jenny Haward Follow HuffPost Australia: Web...
Twelve years ago photojournalist Megan Lewis threw in her full-time job on the Australian newspaper, packed her 4wd and headed into the Australian desert to live with the Martu people, one of the last Indigenous groups in Australia's Great Sandy Desert to come into contact with white people. The out come was the much acclaimed book "Conversations With The Mob" shot on Fujifilm Six years later and with the Fujifilm XT1 Lewis heads back out to the dessert to revisit some of the people this compelling video follows the journey "It is possible to be a documentary photographer and in the same breath be a compassionate human being. I believe it is knowing when to act and when not to. I trust my gut, my intuition - life is about being present." - Megan Lewis 2014
Photographer - FSOE 400 Australia (Live Festival Hall Melbourne) (FSOE400AUS) TrackList: 01 Photographer & Abstract Vision - Zero Gravity [UNIQUE SENSE] 02 Faithless - Insomnia (Ferry Tayle The Wizard Remix) [SONY BMG] 03 Aly & Fila feat. Karim Youssef - Laily (Photographer Remix) [ARMADA] 04 Armin van Buuren - Together (In A State Of Trance) (ASOT 700 Anthem) (Bryan Kearney Remix) [ASOT (ARMADA)] 05 Photographer - Rebound [WHO'S AFRAID OF 138 (ARMADA)] 06 Simon Patterson - Apex [PERFECTO FLUORO] 07 ID - ID [Photographer - ID] 08 Ferry Corsten - Radio Crash [FLASHOVER] 09 Dash Berlin feat. Roxanne Emery - Shelter (Photographer Remix) [ARMIND (ARMADA)] 10 Photographer - Airport [MONSTER DIGITAL] 11 Photographer feat. Susana - Find A Way [HOW TRANCE WORKS (SIRADRIAN)]
For the past 25 years, Australia's official government photographer David Foote has been behind the lens, capturing every prime ministerial movement, state visit and significant political event both here and abroad. There are now more than 1.5 million photographs in the official "Auspic" collection and for the first time, a series of 40 has been put on display at Parliament House to celebrate Mr Foote's lengthy career. Read more here: http://ab.co/2mC7AEg