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15 standout photographers from the 2014 Sony World Photography Awards

1. Australia: Neville Jones

 
2. Hong Kong: Cheung Lai San

 
3. China: Li Chen

 
4. Sweden: Michael Nordqvist

 
5. Peru: Milko Torres Ramirez

 
6. Netherlands: Theo de Witte

 
7. Singapore: Daniel Choi

 
8. Spain: Rafael Gutierrez Garitano

 
9. France: Valerie Labadie

 
10. Turkey: Alpay Erdem

 
11. China: Ngai-bun Wong

 
12. Poland: Mateusz Baj

 
13. Nordics: Lise Sundberg

 
14. Germany: Wolfgang Weinhardt

 
15. Argentina: Doralisa Romero

When animals get it totally right… 10 of the best animal photobombs!

1. Cheeeeeeese!

Source: Caters News Agency Ltd
 
2. A Flower! #Deception

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3. Peekaboo!

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4. I’m a photographer, look at me!

Source: triplem.com.au
 
5. They think that’s funny, wait till they see this photo!

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6. I think I have something in my tooth, can you take a look please…

Source: morefm.co.nz
 
7. Kitty 007

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8. Hey Look at meeee!

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9. I’m over here!

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10 Photography quotes worth reading

There are a lot of photography quotes online however it is these 10 that really show purpose and intent. Enjoy the read!

“I always thought good photos were like good jokes. If you have to explain it, it just isn’t that good.” – Anonomous

“You don’t take a photograph, you make it.” – Ansel Adams

“When you photograph […]

The Classroom Top 10 Articles

The Classroom is definitely becoming a hot spot to learn everything to do with photography. Take a look at the Top 10 articles loved by readers;
1. Shooting water droplets – freeze motion
http://www.the-classroom.com/classes/shooting-water-droplets-freeze-motion.html
2. Photo Project – Fun with Refraction
http://www.the-classroom.com/classes/photo-project-fun-with-refraction.html
3. Portraits – Shoot a window lit Portrait
http://www.the-classroom.com/classes/portraits-shoot-a-window-lit-portrait.html
4. Macro – How to capture and image refracted in a […]

Samsung NX Rover: Possibly the coolest camera launch yet

To launch the new connected GALAXY NX, Samsung have created a campaign like no other. They’ve designed a bot named ‘Rover’ that allows users from all over the world to take the camera for a spin!
Rover allows you to take control of the Camera Bot from the comfort of your home and shoot on locations […]

Clever & Quirky Photo Friday Winner

Image by Angela Hayward
What inspired this photo?
I had recently been to the Digital Show at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre and had listened to Aussie Canon Master Photographer Graham Monro make his presentation. I had also been checking out the AIPP awards and the winning images feeling really inspired by the high standard of photographers. I […]

Photo Friday Goodnight Winner – Gav Oliver

What inspired this photo?
This pic was my first real attempt at star trails. I’ve seen so many amazing shots I had to give it a go! This image was taken on the side of a mountain, 4000m up in Sacred Valley, Peru, on the second night of the trek to Machu Picchu.
What camera did you […]

Photo Friday Landscape Winner – Michael

What inspired this photo?  
I’ve been inspired by astrophotography due to fascination with grandeur of space.  I’ve been experimenting and refining wide field astrophotography photos for the last one and a half years with many trips to the Pinnacles (and other locations).
What camera did you use?
Canon 6D with a Tokina 11-16mm F2.8
What settings did you […]

Photo Friday Technology Winner – Lanny

What camera did you use?
I used my Nikon D800
What settings did you use?
My settings were, AF-S Zoom-Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8 / ISO 100 / f/5 / Shutter Speed 1/250 / Focal length: 70mm. I also had a lighting set up of Elinchrom Quadra Ranger (x 2 light heads) with Beaty Dish to the left at head […]

Photo Friday Shapes Winner – Aleksandra

What camera did you use?
Canon EOS 60D, 35mm f/2 lens
What settings did you use?
Shutter 1/5 sec, f/6.3, ISO 100, handheld
What inspired this shot?
I’m a member of 365project.org and we had a theme called ‘slowdown’.  I thought I’d experiment with a slow shutter and street photography on my way home from work one afternoon. I’ve been […]

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