Photography Advertising

Light Stalking offers access to an enthusiastic group of photographers ranging from beginner through to professional. Most of our readers spend over 15 hours per week on their photography with 25% of readers spending over 25 hours per week. Over 60% use Lightroom, Photoshop or Aperture for their post production and 90% use DSLRs with 77% shooting in RAW.

Traffic Details

Light Stalking attracts over 500,000 unique visits per month. They view well over 800,000 pages on the site. They stay on the site for 1 minute 39 seconds per visit. We have over 12,000 registered members and over 8,000 RSS followers. We have also attracted over 392,000 Twitter followers and 61,000 Facebook fans.

Our traffic comes from a diverse range of referrers. While 45% of our traffic is direct, other top referrers include Facebook, Twitter and Google.

For more information on how we can help you reach a hungry audience, contact our Advertising Manager, Brett Fox –

A Note About Give-Aways – We have a very big list of merchants who are in the cue to run give-aways through Light Stalking. As such, we are no longer accepting merchandise or products with a combined value of less than $1000 for these promotions.


You should understand that we are approached daily to review products, software, gadgets and services. There is simply no possible way that we could review every single request. If you would like us to review your product, please email with a download link, password etc and make it easy for us. If you would like a physical product reviewed, please send it to the following address.

Rob Wood (Editor – Light Stalking)
Level 2
608 Harris St
Ultimo, NSW 2007

All reviews are exactly that – reviews (not paid endorsements). We will give an honest opinion on products based on whether we think they would be useful for Light Stalking readers.

Again, there are no guarantees that we will review your product. If you would like a guaranteed position, please considered another paid advertising option.

If you have something else in mind, drop Brett Fox a line at

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