Being a Melburnian comes with certain privileges. One of them is sharing the living space with Lonely Planet’s travel photographer Richard I’Anson. Such proximity means that you can participate in one of his workshops. Richard established Lonely Planet Images in 1998 and has photographed people and places in over 85 countries on all continents.

I’d recommend his workshop to anyone who loves to travel and to photograph but especially to those who contemplate a career in travel photography or, at least, want to become contributors to stock image libraries. Please see Richard’s website for more details.

It was a hot October day in Melbourne. After a morning session we went to photograph iconic Melbourne’s spaces: Federation Square, Hosier Lane, Flinders St. Station, Southbank and the Yarra River. I look at my images and can’t help thinking that Melbourne radiated with super natural vitality on that day: it was bright, energetic, self-confident, loud, alive, happy, and, as always, relaxed.

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Elaine - January 16, 2011 - 8:43 PM

Beautiful photos, as usual! :)

In the wedding photo, there’s a sign above them that reads “Until never”….instead of “Until death do us part”.

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