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Tuesday 29th July 2014,

Browsing the "nature" Tag

Ice Dreams – Night ice climbing at Haffner Creek, Kootenay National Park. Climber: John Price

F Stop Lounge Interview with Photographer Paul Zizka

Last week we posted an article about the beautiful outdoor photography of Paul Zizka. Following that post, we arranged an interview with Paul to gain a greater insight into his work. In the interview, Paul discussed his work and how [...]

January 24, 2014 Insight, YouTube
Alaska The Nutrient Cycle

Alaska: Like You’ve Never Seen It

This nature film explores the life, death, beauty and betrayal of the Alaskan landscape. Film maker, nature photographer and time lapse enthusiast, Paul Klaver spent three weeks in Alaska filming this epic with his Canon EOS 5D and GoPro. Time lapse photography [...]

October 4, 2013 Beyond the Lens
Sly Cuts on Location

5 Models, 5 Dresses, 1 Day

The other day I was given the opportunity to undertake a larger scale production, meaning that I would be shooting more than one model, with more than one dress… and it was all on location! Now I’ll be honest with [...]

September 30, 2013 World Through the Lens
Flower Time Lapse

Growing Flowers in a Stunning Time-Lapse

Daniel Csobot created a stunning time-lapse video of flowers sprouting over the period of several months… a massive undertaking, but one that I would say definitely paid off. I’ve visited Daniel’s website to try to find out more about who [...]

July 6, 2013 Beyond the Lens
sugar loaf rock, cape naturalist

Sugar Loaf Rock

This is Cape Naturalist in Western Australia and it’s one of the most spectacular views I have seen in Australia. If you ever get the chance you have to try to pay a visit to this beautiful area of coast [...]

June 27, 2013 World Through the Lens
the alley, currumbin

The Alley

Here is a shot I took a couple of weeks back while I was on the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia. This spot is called the Alley and to the left of this gnarly looking rock is one of the [...]

June 23, 2013 World Through the Lens
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The Magic World of Macro

As a photographer, I often find myself envious of those who can capture grand panoramic vistas or elegant city skylines. I’m talking about the types of photos that just make me wish that I was the one who was there [...]

January 17, 2013 Creative Corner, Insight
The Sky is the Limit Featured Image

The Sky is the Limit

Ethereal shapes cloud the busy travelling sky as they traverse the barren earth. The freshness of daylight falls upon the earth as wisps of cloud linger on a distant horizon. A palette of colour opens my eyes as I am led [...]

November 1, 2012 World Through the Lens
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Using a Narrow DOF in Your Photography

“DOF” stands for Depth of Field and refers to the amount of your composition that the camera has in focus. Narrow DOF means that a very small part of the image is in focus, anything closer or farther away from the [...]

September 2, 2012 Insight
Osprey Feathers - Featured Image

Osprey Feathers

Osprey feathers fly silently upon the wind soaring in grandeur. Patterns dance in the breeze above. Light falls on feathers enhancing pools of striking reds and electric blues.  The sound of the sea stirs, the powerful Osprey beats its wings steadily toward [...]

August 5, 2012 World Through the Lens