Sydney freelance photographer, Maja Baska has a stunning portfolio of interesting images.
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A solo exhibition of milk bar signage photography collected over years by Eamo Donnelly.
Beautiful coloured food photography by Paper Stone Scissors created for Highpoint Shopping Centre.
Melbourne photographer John Deer (aka Cleverdeer) takes some seriously fine snaps.
Book your festive photo to commemorate the year that was with Megan Morton styling.
An addictive real-time display of all the photos as they happen within Sydney on Instagram.
A photography project by Melbourne-based photographer Benny Cap celebrating father/son relationships
Self published softcover book feat. photography of the Australian Milkbar by Eamon Donnelly.
Melbourne through the eyes of Joanne Thies from I Love Saturdays Blog.
Portraits of Rohan Anderson of Whole Larder Love by Cory White / Mr Blanc.
Stunning interiors photography by Armelle Habib featured in the Summer issue of Inside Out mag.
Access by air or boat only, nobody else surfs here….
Photographing creative letterboxes, from painted milk cans to welded wonders across Australia.
Alfonso Calero explains how he captures photographs inspired by the painter Mark Rothko.
My shoot at Doug Up On Bourke
Random shot of beautiful deco building in Potts Point, Sydney
Gorgeous Art Deco design
In the sky.Far Far north queensland
a photoblog chock full of images of tasmania. they’re sometimes pretty good.
Help vote for my image in the Canon EOS Festival of Photography! Click “Like” then “vote”
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My shoot at the Sydney Aquarium, April 2011
New photos by Melbourne based photographer Mishy Lane.
Darlinghurst, June 2011
A tip off told me the dolphins were around, so I grabbed my camera went for a swim…
New photography by Melbourne based Tomek Celarek – tomekphotography.net
Interesting platform signage at Kings Cross, Sydney.
Raise awareness of the benefits for indigenous Australians living on their ancestral land.
Amazing cardboard art in the lobby of the Hamilton Island Yacht Club, Whitsundays
A lucky lunch time swim with the camera saw these guys making my swim very worthwhile!