When world renowned photographer Benjamin Von Wong rocks into the west side that is Western Australia, you can be sure he’s going to capture an incredible landscape with a just as beautiful model. That’s exactly what he did after his down under trip to Brisbane where he was invited to speak at an AIPP (Australian Institute of Professional Photographers) event with fellow… Continue reading "This Is What Happens When Von Wong Photographs in Western Australia"
Category: World Through the Lens
When you get the call to film inside a Royal Palace made for one of Malaysia’s 9 Sultans you probably would pinch yourself. We’re sure that’s exactly what Benjamin Von Wong did when Bill Bensley the architect behind this majestic palace got in contact with him to ask if he would be interested in creating a short film that would showcase his 15… Continue reading "This Is What It Would Be Like To Live in a Royal Palace"
Okay, so here it is – photography can be a challenge at the best of times, but when you’re a colour blind photographer like me it can make it that much harder. Colour blindness is a term used to describe a persons inability to see colour. The term colour blindness is really a misconception as people can see colours however they may not… Continue reading "My Confession – I’m a Colour Blind Photographer"
In this interview, Jasmine from Jasmine Skye Photography caught up with well known Queensland newborn photographer, Kelly Brown from Little Pieces Photography in order to hear about her recent awards and to find out where she gets her inspiration from. Jasmine also asks Kelly about upcoming The Baby Summit, which will see a host of international speakers presenting (including Sue Bryce), with the focus on maternity,… Continue reading "Interview with Kelly Brown – Little Pieces Photography"
Now if you’re into travel or landscape photography then you would have definitely heard the name Elia Locardi, but you should ask the question… …who is Elia Locardi? Well that’s a great question and one that we are happy to quickly explore, you see when you’re tracking someone down on the internet to find out about them it’s pretty easy, but… Continue reading "Who Is Elia Locardi?"
It’s not often that I come across something that visually intrigues my creative intellect. WANDERERS just did that. Wanderers is a visual masterpiece and short science fiction film created by Erik Wernquist that makes Star Wars visual effects look old – very very old! Using actual real life photos and paintings from sources ranging from NASA/JPL, NASA/CICLOPS, NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center Scientific Visualization Studio,… Continue reading "EPIC: This Digital Artist Uses Real World Space Photos to Show What Our Future In Space Looks Like"
Understandably the camera phone has come along way since beginning as a brick, no more do we have to put up with terrible quality low light photos, that looked like they were run over by a car, then left for dead on a dirty street somewhere in a side alley. Fortunately for us, phone manufactures have mastered the light by putting in some incredible tech to munch… Continue reading "This Photographer’s On Fire…with a Smart Phone"
Imagine if you could photograph the world, experience stunning landscapes and do it all for a good cause? Well, if you did imagine that you’re probably thinking of a well known landscape, travel and humanitarian photographer called, Colby Brown. You see, Colby has been photographing the world around him since 2006, and throughout this time he has become an author, photo educator… Continue reading "Who is Colby Brown?"
The Bajau are a small tribe from Borneo, literally living on the water. They either reside in small boats, all day on the move or on floating villages built on coral reefs. This is how they earned the title of the “sea gypsies”. All they need to be happy are the ocean and their fishing rods. Réhahn, a french photographer,… Continue reading "The Sea Gypsies"
EBook of images from the Lake District Back in October 2014, F Stop Lounge sent me off on assignment to the Lake District here in the UK for two days to make some images and also review the Fuji X-T1 and how it applies to my image making techniques (read that here). Here we are a few months later and I have several… Continue reading "A Brief View of the Lake District"