- Tales by Light The Eye of the Storyteller
Documentary storytelling is one of the most popular forms of art. And the 99% of the earth's population who know and love Sir David Attenborough will agree.
It's so popular because it gives us a deeper look into a perspective other than our own.
What is so often overlooked, however, is the core role that photographers and cinematographers play in uncovering these perspectives. They're our eyes – the gateway to a world previously unseen.
Often it's as though we look straight through them, to the story they are telling.
The photography adventure series Tales By Light changes this – it flips things around. Now we're looking back at the photographers as they capture and retell the story. We're invited to absorb their inspiration, share in their devotion and explore their thoughts.
Enjoy this experience of nature, wildlife and culture in a way you've never seen before.
Canon Masters Jackie Ranken and Mike Langford travelled to China to explore the vast cultural heritage and surrounds of the ancient Silk Road between China and the Mediterranean.
William Pike has an infectious enthusiasm for adventure and is willing to tackle any challenge with a positive attitude, no matter how life changing.
The first official selection from Show Us What’s Possible immediately spoke to our expert panel. Watch more to see why.
Four of Australia’s leading visual creators from our latest creativity project share their top shots and the thinking behind them.
Inspired by landscapes and a love of travel, Rach Stewart likes to explore the unknown, and find the all-important elements that connect humans with nature.
Claiming the Canon Light Awards 2016 Grand Prize, Alistair McBurnie embarked on an African photography adventure with the Canon Collective. Read his story here.
Kim Tucci knows about the importance of capturing life with babies better than most—she has five of them! Kim’s the mum of one-year-old quintuplets with three older siblings
Acclaimed conflict photographer and Canon Master, Stephen Dupont, illustrates the scene behind one of his prized war-time images from Badakhshan.
From Cape York to Bruny Island; Sydney Cove to Shark Bay—we're bringing you top-notch Australian imagery in this breath-taking aerial photography series.
Many think imagination ends with childhood, a cruel blow that many of us never recover from. But what happens when we lose it – do we really lose it?
Shifting creative thinking behind the lens and pushing photographers to break the rules with experimentation.