A Source of Photography Inspiration

Chasing the Storm Time-Lapse

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This is a beautiful short time-lapse by Nathan Kaso who shot around the Plenty Valley and Yarra Valley in Melbourne’s outer east. The equipment he used for Chasing the Storm: Canon EOS 5D Mark II, Canon 17-40mm f/4L, Canon 24-105mm …

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The Colors of Australia – Coastal Photography by Dylan Fox

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The work of award-winning photographer Dylan Fox is an inspiration to any aspiring artist. His playground is the coast of Australia, which provides him with the perfect landscape to create his mesmerizing images that explode with vibrant colors. Each one of Dylan’s photos is a unique creation; a stunning example of how beautiful the coast can be.

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Capturing the Art of the Tattoo – Pep Williams Photography

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Born and raised in the streets of Los Angeles, Pep Williams has made a name for himself as both a skater and photographer. His photography work includes sports, music, fashion, and lifestyle subjects from around the world. Some of his most powerful photographs though involve tattoos, which capture the true art form that it is meant to be for the individual.

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17 Lovely Macro Pictures by Coral Hall

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At the age of 21, Coral Hall’s love for photography began. That’s when she bought her first Canon SLR film camera. Previously, Coral would always use a disposable camera but longed for clarity in her photos. She wanted to be able to capture details in flowers and bugs, but with a disposable camera never had the chance to.

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New Zealand Landscape Photography by Declan O’Neill

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Declan O’Neill first started experimenting with his father’s Voigtlander camera when he was 15 and started a life-long love affair with photography. Thirty years later, he gave up his day job as a corporate trainer in the United Kingdom and moved to New Zealand where he become a full-time photographer.

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A Simple Workflow for RAW Processing

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In a previous article I discussed 7 reasons to shoot RAW. If you are looking for the most flexibility and the best image quality you can squeeze from your camera, RAW is the way to go. In this post I’m going to discuss a simple workflow for RAW that will produce a nice final result.

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