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Sydney - 42 Maddox Street, Alexandria, NSW 2015
Monday - Friday 7:00am - 8:00pm
Saturday & Sunday 8:00am - 4:00pm
* Early times available on request.

Melbourne - 95 Buckhurst Street, South Melbourne, VIC, 3205
Monday - Friday 8:30am - 5:30pm
* Weekends & Early Weekday times available on request.

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The complexity of simplicity: Jay Hynes on his latest exhibition

The complexity of simplicity: Jay Hynes on his latest exhibition

Opening at SUNTUDIOS Melbourne Skylight Gallery on February 7, 'I saw a ... (series 2) explores the people and landscapes across four cities in Europe; Amsterdam, Germany, Portugal and Spain. During his travels Jay Hynes discovered a beautiful simplicity in walking the streets and observing; exploring and experiencing the city, the people and the light. We caught up with Jay to learn about his celebration of symmetry, humour and humanity.

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How to photograph dance

How to photograph dance

“Looking back now on photographing dancers it all comes down to preparation,” says Simon Everiss, a Sydney-based photographer who runs SUNSTUDIOS Australia's successful tutorial series, Lessons in Light. He shares tips below to ensure you are ready for your shoot ahead of our upcoming workshop on working with a dancer on 2 February.

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Peter Brew-Bevan on personal work

Peter Brew-Bevan on personal work

“Within the images I wanted to create portraits of the dancers that didn’t necessarily have personal identity, rather I wanted the focus be on certain body parts, so that the strength and poise these incredible athletes have would come to the fore.”

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Anna Pogossova on personal work

Anna Pogossova on personal work

“I think communicating your identity as a photographer can be really difficult without a personal practice, and it can get diluted over time as trends shift, and as certain aesthetics become more popular with clients. At the core of it all you need to be able to identify (and articulate) something that is uniquely yours, and be able to come back to it time and time again to regain your creative equilibrium when you feel the pull in many directions.”

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