Australian Landscape Photographers Are About To Lose A Legendary Landmark

15848548412_cf9d5ffdce_kPhotographers love taking pictures of shipwrecks, washed ashore by the tides. The older and more barnacle crusted the ship carcass, the better. Photographers will sometimes travel great distance to snap photos of some of the more renowned sites and, as Australia photographers are discovering, will even assemble (in surprisingly large numbers) to photograph them. When it was made public that Sunshine Coast Council would be removing the remains of a the S.S Dicky, a ship that washed ashore some 122 years ago–local photographer,  Kate Wall, organized one last bruhaha. [Read more…]

Top 3 Landscape Photography Techniques To Learn

3 landscape photography styles to learn

Once you have acquired a core understanding of the importance of light and atmosphere in landscape photography (click here for our Top 3 Landscape Photography Tips), there are actually quite a few advanced landscape photography techniques to learn that can help you to progress from good landscape photography to great landscape photography.

In this article, I am going to share what I consider the top three landscape photography techniques to learn.

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Top 3 Landscape Photography Tips

top 3 landscape photography tips

When I first started with photography, landscape photography was my primary interest.

But, no matter what I did, I couldn’t figure out why my landscape photos didn’t look nearly as amazing as I wanted them to look.

As it turns out, there are three really simple landscape photography tips to learn that will drastically transform your landscape photography – and the best part is they have nothing to do with camera gear, settings or location.

Continue reading for my top 3 landscape photography tips.

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Follow Your Passion: Clark Little on Shooting Waves

Wave photographer is probably not a common title, but Clark Little is just that a Wave photographer.

The video above is yet a perfect example on how following one’s passion can lead to greatness. It is also a story about one event can change a photographer’s path completely. For Clark it was a UK magazine putting up his photos which led to his appearance on the Good Morning America, the Today Show and several others.

Clark started with an Canon Powershot SD500 (yea that) and a $150 diving case, and on his story he tells that more often than not he’ll take a beating rather than a photo. [Read more…]

Incredible Landscapes Made With Food, Glue And Ice

I am not really sure if Londonian photographer Carl Warner is more of a photographer or more of a magician. Over the years he created incredibly detailed surreal worlds from food, casino chips, ice, bolts and almost any other household item he came across.

Incredible Landscapes Made With Food, Household Items And Ice

Some of those worlds are still worlds, some of them were used for video productions, but one thing they all have in common. They make you go WHAT? and then AHHHH! [Read more…]