- published: 22 Oct 2017
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For 10% off your first purchase at Squarespace, go to http://www.squarespace.com/andrewmarr In this landscape photography vlog, I am back in Australia and exploring the beautiful Leeuwin coastline to try and find Quinninup Falls, north-west of Margaret River. I started hiking north up the coast and was met with an abundance of wildlife and wildflowers, clearly spring is in full swing. I arrived at the Quinninup Falls just after sunrise not that it mattered because the sky was covered in a thick blanket of cloud so I wasn’t going to see the sunrise today. However I was spoilt with endless gorgeous views of this magnificent rugged coastline Just as I entered the valley the rain set in. I explored the area for possible compositions while waiting for a break in the weather. Once the rain ea...
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
Jess is living in a van traveling North America. I had the chance to meet up with him on his way through California to check out his awesome van he built himself. Follow Jess on instagram: http://www.instagram.com/j_bonde Filmed in Malibu, California Camera gear used: Sony rx100 V http://amzn.to/2r7HclL Zhiyun Crane M http://amzn.to/2qqKTlg
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
"Belly of the Beast" Profile of Film Photographer Markus Andersen - Short film by Rob Norton Markus Andersen doggedly pursues not merely cool images but great images. Sydney, Australia is his canvas - he calls it the belly of the beast. His art practice encompasses documentary, street and conceptual bodies of work using analogue 35mm, 120 film and the iPhone as his capture mediums.This video shows the thinking behind the artist's work, which has been exhibited in New York, Paris, Istanbul, Toronto, Sydney and the United Kingdom. IMAGES instagram.com/markusxandersen markusandersen.com/ tinycollective.com/ TITLE SEQUENCE instagram.com/koci richardkocihernandez.com/ MUSIC chriszabriskie.com/ soundcloud.com/djbutcherr framesfound.com/ twitter.com/
Paul Seymour works 52 jobs in 52 weeks to discover his passion. Week #14 he spent with Mark Lobo Photography. Anyone, anywhere in Australia can offer Paul a one week job. All his wages are being donated to Big Brothers Big Sisters. SEEK.com.au is supporting the project to help Paul locate one week jobs throughout Australia.
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
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
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Photographer Adrian Cook uses one of the oldest photographic processes to make unique images on aluminium plates. Guardian Australia's picture editor, Jonny Weeks, joins him in his portable darkroom for a shoot on Sydney Harbour. Cook talks through his processes and explains the appeal of wet plate collodion photography in the digital age http://www.thestudio.sydney View the video at https://www.theguardian.com/technology/video/2017/dec/20/the-black-art-wet-plate-collodion-photography-video
Emeritus Curator, Alan Davies, former Curator of Photography, talks about the iconic images found in the Library’s amazing photographic collection, one of the nation's largest and most important, comprising over one million images. This video was produced in November 2010. Note: the transcript was computer generated by Youtube and may contains errors.
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.
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.
Follow us on Snapchat (mattreedau) to come behind the scenes on our photo shoots. http://www.perthproductphotography.com.au Commercial product photographer Matt Reed talks about what makes a great photo, how powerful it can be for you marketing and why we do what we do. Matt also shares how he got into product photography and what services Perth Product Photography provides to clients around Australia. Perth Product Photography is a commercial photography studio based in sunny Fremantle, Perth, Western Australia. Every product has a story to tell about its origin, its quality, and its craftsmanship. Our photos will help you tell that story. At Perth Product Photography we obsess over the smallest details. Our obsession with perfection is just part of the way we do things here — because ...
Melissa Findley’s a Travel and Adventure Photographer, based on the Gold Coast in Queensland. We offered her the new EOS 6D Mark II to test-drive before it’s worldwide launch, to see if it ticked the boxes for her. She happily took us up on our offer, and headed for the Kanangra-Boyd National Park in New South Wales. Full story: http://bit.ly/2uDz7IO
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
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
By ABC Open producer Gemma Deavin Waking up before the sun to walk around some sewerage ponds isn't everyone's idea of fun. But for keen bird photographer, Henry Cook, it's the ideal start to the day in Longreach, Western Queensland. Henry began taking photos five years ago so he could share his travels around Australia with his mum. He has always been fascinated by birds (all wildlife really) and photography gives him a chance to share a window into their lives and behaviours. An ecologist by trade, there aren't many days Henry doesn't take his camera out and snap a photo of a bird... or lizard, gecko or snake. Living with him - he's my partner in crime - I have to admit I've also started picking up the binoculars from time to time. Here's a blog with some of my thoughts on 'watching a b...