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5 days ago

For @jpixaus #KODAWARI means always pushing the envelope and never boxing himself in to one style of photography while inspiring others to get out and appreciate the world. "This place is a treat to shoot. Not necessarily the most photogenic. However this sheer power of the ocean here is something that'll leave you in awe. If shooting here understand your tides and watch for the swell as it comes in otherwise you could be swept away in an instant. Respect mother natures gifts and enjoy." - @jpixaus Shot on a Canon EOS 5D Mark III ISO 250 | f/6.3 | 0.4s #detailsuncompromised #kodawari #canonaustralia

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6 days ago

“Great photography is about depth of feeling, not depth of field.” – Peter Adams #worldphotographyday Image by @_danieltran_ Shot on Canon 5D Mark III and Canon 16-35mm f/2.8L II Lens ISO 100 | f/11 | 2.5s

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2 weeks ago

#KODAWARI is the Japanese philosophy for the dedication to a craft. For @allisonpremischook it's ensuring a connection to her surroundings and capturing that in her images, like this one. "I’d planted leeks at the start of this past summer but unfortunately they didn’t do very well. They went to flower and we’re an absolute hive for the local bees. I sat for nearly an hour, focused on this one cluster of flowers, crossing my fingers for the best and then he came. I joked that he was just freeloading for a new profile picture... 😂" - @allisonpremischook Shot on a Canon EOS 6D Mark II and EF 100mm f/2.8 Macro USM Lens ISO 100 | f/2.8 | 1/200

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2 weeks ago

KODAWARI | 拘り is the Japanese philosophy for the dedication to a craft. For us, it’s an uncompromised attention to the details that matter to you, so that you can capture anything you want with our gear. What’s your Kodawari? #detailsuncompromised #kodawari #canonaustralia

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2 weeks ago

“I was on my way out to shoot some milky-way images as the clear skies, moon phase and position was perfect. While driving out to my location I noticed a bright white arc in the sky. I've seen Aurora a few times before so knew what it was. Knowing a huge show like this can last just minutes I pulled over on the side of the road and started taking pics After getting some shots in the bag I looked for a nicer composition and found this tree managing to fire off a dozen frames before the action died down.” - @danielgangur photo Shot on a Canon EOS R ISO 3200 | f/2 | 15s

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2 weeks ago

✨"We only live once"✨ - @chris ko666 Shot on a Canon 5D Mark IV ISO 100 | f/5.6 | 0.5s

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2 weeks ago

"Brisbane's hidden secrets" Shot on a Canon EOS 5D Mark IV and EF 16-35mm f/4L IS USM Lens ISO 100 | f/10 | 60s

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2 weeks ago

Smoky sunsets in sugarcane country. "As I was headed to one of my "go to" spots for sunset, I could see the smoke in the distance and hoped it would be part of a sugar cane burn. The sun had gone behind the mountains (Mt Ninderry in the distance ) but the orange glow lingered long enough for me to grab a shot with the bales in front of some sugarcane." - @rita_aitken Shot on a Canon EOS 70D and EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM ISO 160 | f/5.6 | 1s

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3 weeks ago

"I’d seen this shot taken a few times for varying photographers and was going through a creative dry spell, so I thought I would try and replicate a few of my favourite shots recently and this was the result! It was taken on an EOS R + Canon 24-70mm f2.8L II - it’s a series of stacked long exposure images and then a final standard exposure shot with the filter cut out in post." - @_neasan Shot on a Canon EOS R and EF 24-70mm f/2.8L II USM Lens Long exposure shots: ISO 100 | f/8 | 2.5s Standard shot: ISO 4000 | f/2.8 | 1/50

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3 weeks ago

"Opened in 1932, the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge is still going strong! A walk across the top with @bridgeclimb has to be a highlight of any visit to Sydney..." - @rosiefoto Shot on a Canon EOS 5D Mark IV and EF 24-70mm f/4L IS USM Lens ISO 100 | f/14 | 2s

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3 weeks ago

"I wanted to do a full moon rising photo that wasn’t the usual over a city , a lighthouse etc I was out on this property the evening before and noticed the ripples of the moon in the water and that gave me the idea for the photo, that I set up for the next day. The scene itself was shot with a EOS R with a 20-70mm f2 L lens but due to the way wide angle lenses work making an object further away seem smaller in relation, the moon seemed tiny above the trees. So right next to the EOS R was a 5DSR with a 400mm f2.8 L lens to capture the moon separately just as it rose over the tree, the settings for that shot were 1/1600sec f2.8 ISO 1600 The two images were combined in photoshop quiet easily, the glow from the moon the reflections in the water are all the natural originals from the scene" - @klaemcguinness Image: Shot on a Canon EOS R and EF 24-70mm f/2.8L II USM Lens ISO 800 | f/2 | 2s Moon: Shot on a Canon EOS 5DSR and EF 400mm f/2.8L IS II USM Lens ISO 1600 | f/2.8 | 1/1600

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3 weeks ago

"I really wanted to get this photo that I had planned with autumn coloured leaves so with time running out as autumn was coming to a end I went to Lake Wendouree not caring about the conditions I had to work with. At first I was all set up on the tracks and was going to snap the shot and get off before the tram came but as he came around I realised he was actually going to have to get pretty close to me for the photo I thought I better get off the tracks and didn’t get the shot but the driver stopped beside me and said if I wanted a photo he’ll slow down for me on the way back just so I can get my shot👌🏼👍🏼" - @joshdavis23_ Shot on a Canon 7D Mark II ISO 100 | f/4.5 | 1/400

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3 weeks ago

"Once upon a time, in Queen St Mall, I was lucky enough to catch a glimpse of @g.snugg using a 200d that he had just purchased. He was excited to test it out a.s.a.p. Not long after this night, George & his camera accidentally went swimming. Lucky we captured this fond memory, of George & his 200d spending time together!" - @rachelhau Shot on a Canon EOS 5D Mark III and EF 50mm f/1.8 STM Lens ISO 630 | f/1.8 | 1/100

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3 weeks ago

Anyone else see Rafiki in the face of this wave? 🐵🦁👑 - @caseyflynnau Shot on a Canon EOS 7D Mark II and EF 50mm f/1.4 USM Lens ISO 320 | f/6.5 | 1/800s

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4 weeks ago

"Really this is just another day at work .. My job is in the environmental industry, so naturally we have amazing wildlife around us every day. I never leave home without my @canonaustralia gear.. TIPs- Patience is a must, have your settings on your camera ready to shoot and try to predict what your subject is going to do. Spend sometime around your what your shooting and get a feel for them, it will make it a lot easier to set up for your shot and hopefully, you end up with the shot you imagined you would get." - @photo_shots_scapes Shot on a Canon EOS 5D Mark III ISO 250 | f/5 | 1/2500s

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4 weeks ago

"My mini muse absolutely loves to get behind the camera, always getting everything in frame without fail. Pretty outstanding for a three year old (already trumping her Dad )😆" - @familymotions Shot on a Canon 6D Mark I ISO 160 | f/1.8 | 1/60s

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4 weeks ago

"On a cold winter’s day at Melbourne Zoo, this rather unimpressed Ring-tailed lemur was seeking shelter from the cold.⁣ ⁣This was the last image I took that day, as I too needed to seek shelter from the inclement weather. Thankfully thought, the 7D Mark II is rugged enough to cope with various weather situations, which meant I was able to stay out longer than the rest. ⁣ ⁣⁣ ⁣I pulled the trigger just as he looked directly down the barrel of my lens, and in time for the heavens to open overhead.⁣" - @vaughanking Shot on a Canon EOS 7D Mark II ISO 500 | f/7.1 | 1/125s

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4 weeks ago

#TAKEOVER "Over several years, I’ve followed @helloemilie ’s journey and to date, there has never been a moment where I came across an image and didn’t feel something. I clearly remember my initial reaction to this stunning image because I feel the exact same way each time I revisit it. To be able to consistently create such poetic, story-telling and dreamy moments that deeply connect with the viewer whilst also educating your audience about various environmental issues we face is both appreciated and inspiring. I have to admit, it is also thanks to Emilie that I am completely in love with the 70-200mm f2.8L IS III." - @samah elali, our guest curator this week.

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4 weeks ago

#TAKEOVER "When I first started sharing images on Instagram in 2012, like many early users, they were all shot and edited with a smartphone only. Although I had a Canon 550D at the time, I would shoot and fill up hard drives with images that were only seen by me - silly, huh?! I began following the accounts of many Canon shooters and one of the first I came across was @_danieltran_ - I was immediately impressed and inspired by his incredible work and still am today. For me, one thing that stands out about Daniel is he is an absolute work horse and I admire how dedicated he is when it comes to nailing a shot. If weather conditions don’t suit or the light was rather bland, whether it be a local spot or a location over 2 hours away, Daniel is one of the most persistent shooters I know and it certainly pays off and is evident in the quality of his work." - @samah elali, our guest curator this week.

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4 weeks ago

#TAKEOVER : “As cliche as it sounds, there is beauty in simplicity. I was wandering around Paddington, appreciating the stunning terrace homes whilst on the hunt for textured walls when I was stopped in my tracks as this image was framed in my mind. The various lines and the lush greens against the white along with the texture of the bricks and roof all felt like a perfect combo. After taking the shot and continuing on my walk, I was thinking back to some bad habits I had formed in relation to my photography journey and I wanted to share the main one that I think many of us are culprits of: heading out to a location with a pre conceived idea of what you want to create. How many of you have done this? I have found that it often lead to disappointment when weather wasn’t on my side, or if the area was crowded and the composition I had in mind wasn’t possible. The moment I stopped doing this, I was not only shooting a lot more, but I felt like was pushing myself, searching for and creating unique perspectives and allowing my camera to become a part of me in the moment - shooting what I feel, not just what I see.” - @samah elali, our guest curator this week. Shot on a Canon 5D MK IV and EF 70-200mm f2.8L IS III USM ISO 100 | f2.8 | 1/800

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5 weeks ago

#TAKEOVER : “We have ordinary interactions with people everyday, through a glance, a kind smile, sometimes a curious stare. But some interactions last a little longer and leave a footprint in our hearts. They are moments that we know we will revisit long after they happen. This was the case with this elderly local at Klipoh village in Indonesia. I glanced over and held my camera up nervously waiting for a gesture back that lets me know it's okay to take a photo of her. She smiled and proudly picked up a piece of pottery she had been working on and looked at me with a smile that made my own heart smile. After taking her portrait, I walked over and lightly touched her cheek and repeatedly said "beautiful" to which she responded to with laughter and a shake of her head as she pointed to her wrinkles and grey hair. I walked away feeling as though we had a complete conversation, even though it was purely through a few smiles and laughter.” - @samah elali, our guest curator this week. Shot on a Canon 6D and EF 50mm f1.4 USM ISO 100 | f2.8 | 1/160

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#TAKEOVER : “I had purchased some filters a full year prior to my last trip to New Zealand but became increasingly frustrated with the results each time I ventured out to use them. I would watch YouTube videos, take advice from fellow shooters or experiment with settings shared by others on @canonaustralia to build on my limited experience. All of the above were certainly helpful, but ultimately, I realised the only way I was going to improve and be content with what I’m aiming to produce is to get out there and try try try... then try again! I still don’t think I’ve completely nailed these long exposures, but I do love that I’ve shifted my mindset regarding them and now push myself and continue attempting them. Do you create long exposures? Share some tips with me and fellow Canon shooters!” - @samah elali, our guest curator this week. Shot on a Canon 6D and EF 24-70mm f2.8L II USM + CPL, 10 stop ISO 100 | f4.5 | 13 s

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#TAKEOVER : “I had been to Dubai prior to this particular trip, but never got around to exploring the desert. I remember the night before, whilst charging all my batteries and setting multiple alarms, thinking to myself “I really hope we are lucky with the weather” so you can imagine my joy when we were treated to such a delicious pastel sunrise. After taking a few shots, I stood in awe, gazing into the distance and reflecting on just how small we are.” - @samah elali, our guest curator this week. Shot on a Canon 6D and EF 24-70mm f2.8L II USM ISO 100 | f4 | 1/250

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#TAKEOVER : “Hey! It’s @samah elali here, from Sydney, and I’m beyond thrilled to be taking over the @canonaustralia account for the week. When I was 14 years old, my uncle gifted me a camera and I instantly fell in love with photography. This particular image is amongst my favourites because of the events that followed soon after capturing it... I EXPERIENCED SNOW FALLING FOR THE FIRST TIME!!! It was surreal, it made me extremely emotional and it exceeded any expectation I thought I had. If I had to describe the feeling in one word: MAGICAL.” - @samah elali, our guest curator this week. Shot on a Canon 6D and EF 24-70mm f2.8L II USM ISO 160 | f2.8 | 1/1250

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Playing under the milkyway ✨ "An image like this takes time, planning and patience. You need to scout a location, work out when the best time the milkyway will be in the correct location and finally hope the weather gods give you a clear night. This shot was taken around 1-2am and about 1.5 hours drive from Perth to avoid as much light pollution as possible. The couple had to stand still for the 30 second exposure while I created the pattern of light behind them using a clear plastic tube with a red gel insert and torch in the base. You can fire the shutter using a remote trigger in your pocket or in this case I had someone help me using a 2 second time delay. Experiment & practice with different colour gels and the results will pay off. I get my inspiration from @Ericparephoto " - @karnchristian Shot on a Canon EOS 5D Mark III and EF 16-35mm f/2.8L III USM lens ISO 3200 | f/2.8 | 30s

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"There is something truly magical about the Remarkable Rocks. I sense a strong spiritual presence when I visit and a feeling that the rocks may just be keeping an ancient secret I will never know. For over 3 years I have visited and shot the Remarkable Rocks countless times before this particular evening, only to be let down by poor or average light and conditions. Finally in May of 2016 it all came together. I setup my gear and using my intimate knowledge of the rock formations composed quickly before nailing the shot I had been chasing all those years. After reviewing my capture I realised that the cloud formations looked just like a giant hand, perhaps God's hand, outstretched over the rocks below. As if he was illustrating ownership of his skillful handiwork." - @markgrayphoto Shot on a Canon EOS 5DsR and EF 11-24mm f/4L USM Lens ISO 100 | f/11 | 4s

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🌕✨Salt Moon Rise 🌕✨ "The Rio Tinto Salt Pile is a bit of a central hub between Port and South Hedland that is forever changing. My dad worked here when I was a kid, and it’s always stuck in my memory. I’ve been wanting to catch a full moon rise because it always looks surreal over the salt. The image is a composite taken with a Canon 70d and a Canon 70-200 f2.8 IS mk2. Taken at ISO800 f2.8 1/250s. I reduced the ISO to better capture the detail of the moon which was then blended into the final image. It all really came down to timing in the end, if I had a bit more spare time it would have been great to mount it to my 6D but I’m still super happy!" - @currypractor Shot on a Canon EOS 70D and EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM Lens ISO 800 | f/2.8 | 1/250s

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💧Water and stuff💧 "The key to taking shots like this is to drop the water drops from the same point, so that you can manually focus the camera at the point of impact." - @mattweddis

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#TAKEOVER "Most people look at a flower and think ‘pretty flower’. Few look at the flower and admire how it sparkles in the light, flows in the wind. @warrenkeelan is one of these few. It’s hard not to be touched by Keelan’s beautiful work. His sense of composition, ever-changing forms, and lighting are truly exceptional. Bringing out vulnerability, rawness, softness and immense beauty in waves and nature. I gravitated towards this image as a favourite by him. It shows softness in waves rarely captured only felt." - @charlottephio , our guest curator this week

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#TAKEOVER "My love affair with photographer Eugene Tan @Aquabumps blossomed at first sight. I still get goosebumps from his ability to capture light, surf, joy, nature…all the things I love in one frame. He is a photographing storytelling genius, and my biggest visual artist role model and inspiration. He has also turned his passion of photography into a massive successful business with his amazing wife Debbie Tan. They are a dream team and two of the nicest, positive, humble, hardworking and talented humans I know. It’s one thing to be a great photographer. But to be able to then sell your prints around the world successfully and have over 40,000 subscribers to a daily newsletter is magnificent. What a team. In my photographs if I’m able to capture natural beauty even close to as good as Aquabumps, I would feel as photographer fulfilled. Uge is constantly seeking unique angles for his morning images, whether it’s shooting from underwater, in helicopters, or from a cliff in Bondi. So to choose a favourite image by him is incredibly tough. Send for help! One Image that did inspire me to photograph outside of my comfort zone, was his ballet underwater photograph ‘Leap’ . It’s so important as a photographer to continue to challenge yourself. And this shows another whole graceful side to Eugene’s gift of photography. Truly exquisite." - @charlottepiho , our guest curator this week.

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