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"6 HOURS TO FIND A PERFECT TREE!! The Canola season is one of my favorites to shoot and the tricky part is it's never in the same paddock the following year, so you have to hunt for a new epic location. Is that right farmers? After spending 2 different Sundays and a good 6h driving around and around I stumbled across exactly what I was after. Although I didn't get the sky I wanted and the perfect shot I have my tree and I'll be back🤙" - @jrodcaptures Shot on a EOS 6D Mark II and EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM Lens ISO 200 | f/9 | 1/15"
“The Northern Lights were the main reason for me wanting to live at the top of the world. I was hooked from the very first moment I saw them.” -@coldxneil Want to photograph the majestic Northern Lights for yourself? Enter our Christmas competition for a chance to win 1 of 30 life-changing trips exclusively crafted by Canon. Click the link in our bio for more info. Shot on a EOS 5D Mark III and EF 14mm f/2.8L II USM Lens
"Whiskers and Lashes! I couldn't tell you how many thousands of kilometres of dusty roads we travelled searching for leopards before we got our first sighting. But the old adage that you see one and your second is just round the next corner was not far off. Once we broke our duck, sure enough the sightings and photos soon followed. This one was particularly special. Firstly we were so far from the action, at the back of a long traffic jam, there was almost no hope of a decent photo. But the good fortune gods were smiling on us that day and after a while we managed to squeeze forward and shoot this shot from between two vehicles. The early backlight sun perfectly highlighting its whiskers and lashes as it looked up the tree where it had stashed an impala. Two seconds later it was gone, up into the foliage, and a minute after that I was also gone leaving the idiots who were blocking the road to fight it out😎" - @wildeyeview Shot on a EOS 1D X Mark II and EF 600mm f/4L IS II USM Lens ISO 400 | f/4.5 | 1/1000"
"Princes Pier ❤ I recently moved to the Peninsula to immerse myself in my work. I love land and seascape photography and have toured Tasmania and Hawaii. My dream is to exhibit my work." - @ves_skorjanec Shot on a EOS 80D ISO 100 | f/8 | 86"
"Before coming to this location I'd anticipated getting a shot with @japesd holding a flare, setting off a nice red hue within the cave. However, after the flare finished up there was this amazing residue of smoke lingering over the roof of the cave. I came to realise that that looked a hell of a lot more impressive than some staged flare shot. Sometimes the most impressive shots are the least expected." - @jstop Shot on a EOS 5D Mark IV and EF 16-35mm f/4L IS USM Lens ISO 3200 | f/4 | 1/60" | 16mm focal length
“All those years ago, on my first full day as a traveller, I took a speedboat trip around the the Sydney harbour. Whilst getting sprayed with lashings of saltwater, I marvelled at all the unnecessarily large mansions with million dollar views and thought to myself ‘I want to live there one day’. Eight years later, I returned to the very same harbour. While I might be nowhere nearer to achieving that particular fantasy, I have been fortunate enough to see dozens of views just as (if not even more) beautiful in the time since then - all for the price of a hostel room. Eight more years of shared accomodation it is then…” - @tomhartrey Shot on a EOS 5D Mark III and EF-S 17-55mm f/2.8 IS USM Lens ISO 240 | f/13 | 20 sec.
"With a face this cute, you just can't stay mad at them for breaking into your tent and eating your food. #gremlins after dark." - @mitch.toft Shot on a EOS 80D and EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM Lens ISO 100 | f/3.5 | 1/200"
Can you guess the camera? "Just some Indonesian kids playing with a camera 📸 Pic taken in Kampung Pelangi, also known as the Rainbow Village 🌈" - @florianbrioude Shot on a EOS 100D and EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM Lens ISO 100 | f/5.6 | 1/80"
#TAKEOVER : "Earlier this year I was lucky enough to travel to Japan with two big inspirations but also friends of mine, @itchban and @pat_kay. This was by far one of the most memorable days, exploring through the snow in Nagano. We were also joined by local Tokyo photographer @kohki who was kind enough to show us around. As we parked the car and set off to explore, the snow began to fall. It was one of those occasions where it was difficult to fully capture the magic of the moment in a single photo. I think this shot by @itchban does a pretty good job at it though." Shot on a EOS 5D Mark IV and EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM Lens ISO 4000 | f/4 | 1/160" | 67mm focal length
#TAKEOVER : "One photographer from Japan with a very unique and highly consistent style who initially inspired me to want to travel to Japan was @taromoberly. It was a real pleasure to meet him during my last trip to Japan. This is one of my favourite photos of his, from the Kinkaku-ji Temple, in his city of Kyoto." - @tk_north , our guest curator this week.
#TAKEOVER : “The Hustle and Bustle of Tokyo - Shibuya Crossing brings tourists from all over the world and you can see why. For me this image embodies everything I love about this city. The people, the bright lights, the culture, the scale, I can't get enough of Tokyo.” - @tk_north , our guest curator this week. Shot on a EOS 5D Mark IV and EF 24-70mm f/2.8L II USM lens ISO 200 | f/11 | 2 sec
#TAKEOVER : “The first time I really became interested in street photography was during my first visit to Japan. I felt like everything I was seeing told a story. I began taking more and more street photos and fell in love with capturing simple, organic moments. Kyoto is a city I really enjoy just walking the streets and taking in the sights with no real plans or expectations. The tradition and culture of this city gives it a wonderful feel, as you walk through the narrow streets. For street, I often shoot with the widest available aperture to highlight the subject and create greater depth. I also typically shoot street with a longer lens such as a 70-200mm, so I don’t feel so intrusive to others.” - @tk_north , our guest curator this week. Shot on a EOS 5D Mark IV
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