PRINT GIVEAWAY // I’ve teamed up with good friend @tk_north and @photomart.pro.lab to do a huge print giveway for you guys! We’ll be giving away a total of 6 prints, you and a friend have the chance to win one of the following prizes.
1st Place: 8×12" (20x30cm) Metallic Framed Canvas each
2nd Place: 12"x18" (30x45cm) Premium Metallic Print each
3rd Place: 8"x12" (20x30cm) Premium Metallic Print each.
1. Follow me (@ccseyes), @tk_north and @photomart.pro.lab
2. Like this photo
3.Tag a friend in the comments of this post who will also win a print!.
You may enter as many times as you like (1 COMMENT AND TAG = 1 ENTRY). For an additional entry, comment on both our posts to receive a higher chance of winning!.
This print giveaway is an international competition so anyone can enter! Entries close Friday 15th March, so get tagging and good luck!
I wouldn’t mind getting stuck here for a couple of hours. Could watch these falls all day long, they’re truly phenomenal.
Nothing traps you like being in a cave at midnight capturing the absolute stunning milky way. This shot is a composite of 2 exposures. One for the foreground which is the water movement/motion. The second is exposed for the milky way, then I combined them two exposures into the one which you see above. What do you think?
Capturing the coast here in Australia is honestly a whirlpool of juicy locations! The rockshelves as you already know is one of my favourite type to shoot!
Prints available at (www.coreycrawfordimagery.com) ranging from large 40×60″ framed canvases to small 8×12″ Print Only’s at an affordable price. The perfect giving gift! (international shipping available)
This is by far my favourite image to start off 2019. Cannot wait to see this printed large and on showcase for my upcoming exhibition in April.
Woah! What a sunrise it was this morning. On my short 10 minute journey to get to this phenomenal location I was driving through dark eerie fog, not a hope in the world that there would visibility to capture the sunrise. As you can see I WAS WRONG. The fog is what made this scene come to life, due to the bright sun getting dulled down by the fog along the horison. I guess you could say it ‘fired up’.
There’s just something about the glow glistening off the wet rocks on a stunning sunrise morning by the coast. I’m not 100% on why but it’s just a sight unlike any other.
The insane energy and force the waves of our incredible ocean is beyond what we could ever imagine.
Here is my take on our phenomenal ocean’s energetic force.