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Ken Lyons
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Photography is about vision; I love making photographs that tell a story – the place, the people and the culture. Let me help you see your world.
Photography is about vision; I love making photographs that tell a story – the place, the people and the culture. Let me help you see your world.

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My latest article has been published over at the +F Stop Lounge website. Follow the link to read my review of +Valerie Jardin's new eBook "Street Photography: First steps and beyond".

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These are great products and definitely on my "wants" list. Worth an entry 😀

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In this article over on Fstop Lounge, I talk about some instances where it might be more prudent not to take a photograph, or at least to think about if you might need a model or property release.

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Where do you get your photographic inspiration from? Looking at other photographer's work? Reading books? Visiting museums and art galleries? Maybe you go on workshops or photowalks? There are a myriad of ways, which I discuss in my latest article on Fstop Lounge...

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My latest article has been published over at Fstop Lounge. It's all about slowing down and looking at what's going on around you when you're making images. There's no prize for coming back from a photo walk with the most images. Stop. Watch. Look. See and Capture what's going on around you.

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I made this image while visiting Melbourne, Australia a few weeks ago. I like it for several reasons, but would be interested in other's opinions. 

What do you think? Does it work? Why... or why not?
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I shot this one in Adelaide, South Australia. I saw the advertising in the window and decided to wait for the right person to walk in front. I think I waited about ten minutes from memory for the scene to be almost deserted, except for the lone walker and the small group of people in the doorway on the right. 
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I'm happy to say I'm now a contributing author over at fstoplounge.com :-)

My first article discusses whether or not 'street portraits' should be called 'street photography'. What do you think? Are street portraits a form of street photography? Let me know ... :-)

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Sometimes it's about the wine. Sometimes it's about the label. This time it was about both :-)
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