100th blog: A Look Back at the Best

100th blog: A Look Back at the Best

Over the past 99 blogs posts, we've covered in-depth technical discussions, featured exciting hidden locations, and gotten to look at the work of our photographers in depth. So for our 100th blog, I wanted to take a look back at some of the most popular articles we've written and shared them with you to celebrate this milestone.

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The Best Places to Explore in 2018

The Best Places to Explore in 2018

2018 is upon us at last, and with it, it brings new opportunities, new experiences and the chance to explore new cities around the globe. In the previous year we have been worked hard to dive into the underbelly of the most photogenic cities in the world; find the best places to shoot, hide, eat and drink, so you will have no excuses when you go travelling in 2018 as to what to do when you touch down

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Sea Swimming Without the Sand: the Best Sea Baths

Sea Swimming Without the Sand: the Best Sea Baths

I love the beach, and I love swimming, but on the other hand, I hate sand. I am not much of a fan of chlorine, so to keep alive saltwater swimming I seek refuge inside the many sea baths that dot the Australian coast. I relish the idea that I can climb on the rocks and swim laps in a saltwater pool, protected from the sharks, rip tides, and the sand.

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The Best Cities to Explore in 2017

The Best Cities to Explore in 2017

The New Year is upon us at last and it brings new opportunities for exciting travels, but where to? We've curated a selection of the best photo essays we've made over the past year to inspire your travels. Make sure you get the most out of your upcoming trips and come away with better photographs. Where are you shooting in 2017?

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Carriageworks Farmers Market

Carriageworks Farmers Market

As soon as you walk into the former Eveleigh Rail Yards, you can feel the enthusiasm of the weekly Farmers Market. Locals bustle along the hall snapping up samples of fresh produce directly from local farmers. The energy is palpable, and it is precisely this energy that makes the Carriageworks Farmers Market such a treat to visit and photograph.

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