Posts Tagged ‘landscapes’

Inspirational Sigma 10-20mm Photographs

October 19, 2009 Leave a comment

The Sigma 10-20mm lens has created a massive cult following for itself since its release. Both landscape and street photographers alike have flocked to it as a reliable and robust wide angle lens, while keeping itself affordable and accessible to the serious amateur.
Here is an inspirational collection of over 111,000 images taken with this lens on various camera models and for a wide range of purposes. Time to put on another pot of coffee!

Flickr group photo collection here

Photograph by J.F. Marrero


Interview With Sam Javanrouh of Daily Dose of Imagery

October 15, 2009 Leave a comment

Just unearthed a fantastic interview by Michael Zhang with one of my favorite modern day photographers, Sam Javanrouh. Sam runs Daily Dose of Imagery, an award winning photoblog in which he uploads a new photograph each day. These are some of the most beautiful commentaries of contemporary life that I’ve come across.

Check out Sam’s work here.

Then check out the interview here.

Photograph by Sam Javanrouh.

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Inspiration Profile – Wolfgang Glowacki

February 23, 2008 Leave a comment

I had the pleasure of seeing Wolfgang in Salamanca, Hobart last winter. His business card lives on my desk as a constant reminder that you don’t need to look far for inspiration. Wolfgang has a wide and dynamic collection of photographs which he has captured over his career. I’m always attracted to his panoramas and landscapes, but I love how he manages to find the extraordinary in the ordinary with his macro work as well. A fantastic photographer and a great source of inspiration. Enjoy!

Visit Wolfgang’s Portfolio.

Canon G9 Video Review

February 20, 2008 Leave a comment

I’ve been researching the Canon G9 as it seems like a great camera to own and I’m looking for a new point & shoot that can take good landscape shots. I already own a G5 but it’s converted to an infrared camera and my Canon S2 seems more suited to macro photography. I’m thinking the G9 would make a fine addition for my landscape and travel photography as I really love the 16:9 ratio and the large image sizes compared to my other cameras. This video is from Camera Labs, I’ve found they do some really great product reviews. Enjoy the video!

Inspiration Profile – Richard White

February 19, 2008 Leave a comment

70-snake-road.jpg In a new addition to the blog I will be profiling artists and photographers that have inspired me with my work in the hope that they can inspire you as well. I hope you’ll enjoy these artists work as much as I do, I have some great ones lined up. Feel free to contact me with any artists that you’d like to share as well. Enjoy!

“Richard White is a freelance photographer who lives in Mansfield, Victoria in South Eastern Australia. He is a Master of Photography with the Australian Institute of Professional Photography (AIPP) and past president of the Victorian Division. He is also a regular exhibitor of landscape photography and keynote speaker at photographic conventions.

Richard writes regular articles for Australian and International photographic magazines. Each year he produces a high quality black and white calendar on the High Country of Australia using large and medium format cameras and holds photographic workshops throughout the year under the Art of Photography Workshops program.”

Richard’s fantastic images as well as a collection of free articles can be found here.

Photography – Capturing High Dynamic Range

February 17, 2008 1 comment
Royce Howland has an in depth article and tutorial on capturing and processing those beautiful HDR images that we love so much. The article covers everything from what is HDR? to tutorial workflows and advanced editing of your wonderful new high dynamic range photographs. A fantastic read for anyone interested in experimenting with HDR.