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At the Skydeck we see a lot of great shots from people that love Melbourne as much as we do!
Here’s a list our very favourite Melbourne photographers and photo bloggers:
Ading Attamimi – @adingattamimi_photography
With more than 128K Instagram followers, Ading is a photographer and social media wiz. After quitting his day job in 2012, Ading launched his photography career and is now a Nikon Indonesia ambassador.
Andrew Griffiths – @lensaloft
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Andrew Griffiths is a Melbourne based photographer, inspired by light and the power of the aerial perspective.
Chris Cincotta– @melbourneiloveyou
Chris is a proud Melbournian and the founder of @melbourneiloveyou on Instagram and Humans In Melbourne on Facebook.
Sarah Hatton – @iso100_photography
There is no better place in Melbourne to watch the sunrise than from the Eureka Skydeck! Quick shot from this mornings session, thanks to the crew at Eureka Skydeck for the invitation @eureka_skydeck @visitmelbourne #seeaustralia #visitmelbourne #skydecksunrise
A photo posted by Sarah Hatton | Australia (@iso100_photography) on
Sarah is a professional sponsored freelance photographer specialising in landscape and adventure photography. Although she regularly travels globally to host several annual photography workshops and tourism gigs, Sarah is proud to call Melbourne, Australia home.
Daniel Johnson – @danieljohnsonphotography
Daniel is a time-lapse and stills photographer, and videographer. He’s not into the cliché postcard shots to get a fresh perspective on beautiful locations. He particularly likes capturing dynamic weather and the night sky.
Jarrod Hyde– @jarrodhydephotography
A photo posted by Jarrod Hyde | Australia (@jarrodhydephotography) on
Jarrod is a Melbourne based photographer specialising in landscapes, travel and tourism.
David Dusink – @seekwithdave
David classifies himself as a ‘hack photographer’ that lives and breathes Melbourne. He works 9-5 in digital marketing loves getting out and exploring what Melbourne has to offer.
William Watt – @will_watt
A photo posted by William Watt (@will_watt) on
Will is a professional photographer with over ten years experience. He is the founder of Melbourne Street, a popular photographic exploration of the city he calls home and we think his shots are amazing. But we’re a little biased as he works in our graphic design/web team!
Zhongda “Sam”Wang– @zero_project_mel
Sam is a newcomer to the scene but we love his work! A recent RMIT graduate, he likes to think of himself as a beauty capturer who focuses on landscape, time-lapse, fashion events and aerial photography.
Come in and get some great shots for yourself and don’t forget to #eurekaskydeck!
PRO TIP: Use a lens skirt or black cloth to avoid reflections in your photos.
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