Wall Art To Print
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by Katie Fox
1w ago
That Wall Art Shop has a large range of Australian Wall Art for sale, which you can print yourself.  We have called them Digital Art Downloads and they are available in the following sizes;  A4 size is 29.7 cm x 21cm A3 size is 42cm x 29.7cm A2 size is 59.4 cm x 42cm A1 size is 84.1 cm x 59.cm Once you select your artwork, you can download the digital file at checkout and print the artwork yourself.   "Forest Dreaming", pictured above is an example of an A1 size print and Hung on a  wall without a frame.   "Leaf Symphony", pictured above is an example of an A3 s ..read more
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Australian Wall Art
That Wall Art Shop Blog
by Katie Fox
1M ago
Australian Wall Art is a popular genre for Wall Art lovers all around the world.  I'm pretty stoked to have just found out today that we have been named as one of the Top 25 Wall Art Blogs in the world by Feedspot.  We came in at #7 and it's so nice to be recognised as a Wall Art Blog that provides value to you, our readers.     Australia is such a unique and beautiful country with stunning natural beauty, diverse landscapes, and unique wildlife. It's no wonder that our breathtaking country serves as inspiration for countless artists and creatives.  We have a whole ran ..read more
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Using a Wide Angle Lens in Landscape Photography
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by Katie Fox
1M ago
Using a wide angle lens in landscape photography can add depth and dimension to your photos. It allows you to capture more of the scene in one shot and creates a sense of scale.  Kate's go to lens, is the 17-40mm Canon Wide Angle Lens.  You can check out Canon's range of wide angle lenses here.  A wide angle lens also exaggerates the distance between objects, creating a dramatic effect, which you can see in The Ruins image below when you look at the distance from the viewer to the building.  The distance between the clouds is also adding to the dramatic effect.   ..read more
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Australian Landscape Photography and Polarisers
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by Katie Fox
1M ago
Are you looking to add more depth and vibrance to your landscape photography? Consider using a polariser! Polarisers are a great way to enhance the color, contrast and saturation of your shots, allowing you to capture stunning images with greater clarity and vibrancy. In this blog post, we’ll cover the basics of how to use a polariser to take amazing landscape photographs. A polariser is a filter that is placed over the lens of the camera and reduces glare and reflections. This allows more light and color to be transmitted to the camera, resulting in a richer, more vibrant image. It also r ..read more
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Using the Rule of Thirds in Landscape Photography
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by Katie Fox
1M ago
Using the Rule of Thirds in Landscape Photography  Landscape photography is one of the most popular forms of photography and a great way to capture the beauty of nature. One of the most fundamental principles of photography is the rule of thirds, which can be used to create dynamic and visually appealing photos. In this blog post, we will discuss the basics of the rule of thirds and how you can use it to take stunning landscape photos. The rule of thirds is based on the idea that our eyes are naturally drawn to certain points in an image. By dividing an image into thirds both horizont ..read more
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Landscape Photography Tips & Tricks Look For Unique Perspectives
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by Katie Fox
1M ago
Look for unique perspectives - Get down low, climb up high and look for interesting angles Taking photographs from different perspectives is a great way to give your photos a unique look. Get up high or down low. Try shooting from above or below the subject to create an interesting look.  You can see our very own Kate here, perched up high, looking to see what perspective she can capture from above the landscape.   Don't be afraid to move around the landscape and experiment with different angles. We will often do a scoping session at a new location where we roam ..read more
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20 Landscape Photography Tips and Tricks
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by Katie Fox
1M ago
20 Landscape Photography Tips and Tricks Are you an aspiring landscape photographer looking to take better photos?  Here are 20 tips and tricks to help you take your landscape photography to the next level.   In future blog posts we will be unpacking each of our 20 tips and tricks to give you practical examples of how to apply them.  For now, here is the raw list of tips and tricks; Look for unique perspectives - Get down low, climb up high, and look for interesting angles. Use the rule of thirds - Place your subject in one of the intersecting points of your frame ..read more
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How to choose the right size Wall Art for your home or office space?
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by Katie Fox
1M ago
How to choose the right size Wall Art for your home or office space? Choosing the right size wall art is important.  Our most popular artwork size by a long way is A2.  There are many methods available and a simple google search will provide lots of answers, from many different designers, which can get quite overwhelming and confusing.   The easiest way I've found is to grab yourself some A4 pieces of paper, accessible to most people in your home or office.  Find a printer and take at least 8 - A4 pages out.  Then use the A4 sheets of paper to mimic the sizes as s ..read more
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