A Source of Photography Inspiration

The Rugged Beauty of Australia and New Zealand

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Everlook Photography team Marianne Lim and Dylan Toh travel the world in search of capturing the untouched beauty of nature, and their portfolio is a stunning collection of our world in color. Here you’ll find a small sampling of their adventures in Australia and New Zealand, with some of the most inspiring locations shown in their signature style.

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16 Stunning Portraits of Women by Anastasia Volkova

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Anastasia Volkova is a self-taught photographer from Moscow, Russia. Anastasia started photography by just randomly taking pictures of friends and herself to make memories, but then her photography began to grow to a new level. She challenged herself to take a photo everyday, which helped her become more innovative and also helped her to learn new tricks for editing.

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25 Marvelous Pictures of Buddhist Monks

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With their colorful robes and bare heads, Buddhist monks are fascinating figures in photography. Their traditional clothing can be especially striking against modern objects and scenery, placing ancient and contemporary ideas side-by-side.

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17 Wonderful Western Pictures by Dan Ballard

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Dan Ballard is an internationally known travel and landscape photographer from Colorado. His images take you on a visual journey to some of the world’s most beautiful and far-reaching corners. Dan has visited over 50 countries on five continents around the globe, and his work has attracted the attention and praise of some of the biggest names and companies in the photo industry.

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Lovely Flower Photography by Mia Minor

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Mia Minor is a self-taught photographer from Slovakia. She got her first camera last summer and photography is now her passion. Mia loves to explore the world around her. She loves being able to experience it in different ways, especially those tiny bits that often go unnoticed.

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Create Drama In Your Photographs By Taking Away The Light

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Humans like light. We like being able to see everything around us clearly. However, very often what makes a photograph is not what is there, but what we can’t see. To focus our attention within a single motionless flat image requires some serious magic. Restricted light is dramatic. It’s cinematic. It’s full of life. And it’s a natural way to bring your attention to things you want your viewers to focus on.

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