When Photographers Tell You to Be Original, This is What They’re Talking About

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I'm Rob, the editor of Light Stalking. I try to keep this ship on course.

When you spend your days scouring the internet for the best in the photography world, (apart from it being the best job in the world), it starts to become difficult to get wowed by a photographer you haven’t seen before. There are a lot of great shots out there, but only a few manage to break through to be truly “original” in their images.

That why I got pretty excited last week when I discovered the amazing ethereal photographs of Wayne Levin.

I was even more excited when Wayne agreed to let us share some of his amazing photographs here on Light Stalking. Don’t forget to click through to his site and check out all of the other amazing images he has shared.

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All images used with permission of Wayne Levin.

We also managed to find a short interview that was done with Wayne when he launched one of his books, Akule. In the interview, he even gives away a few tips on how he gets these great shots and it’s well worth a watch.

You can find more of Wayne’s photography at his website and in his books which are available on Amazon.

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