На аккаунт австралийского фотографа подписаны более 60 тысяч человек.
«Меня всегда увлекала природа, а в особенности океан и его постоянно изменяющиеся формы: я чувствую, что просто должен запечатлеть моменты, которые кажутся мне уникальными, — рассказывает автор. — Главное для меня — это создание определённого образа, который способен произвести впечатление».
I'm pretty stoked to have received an honourable mention in the 2015 International Monochrome Awards for this entry titled 'The Dark Crest'. I've only recently started delving into the world of black & white photography and I'm really enjoying the challenge of making seascape pictures in monochrome from water and light. Hope you're having a great weekend!
Such a privilege to be able to share my vision with people from all over this blue planet! Thank you for taking an interest in my work and for making the time to either like, share or comment on my images. Huge love! @dafinaustralia @_adelio_ @sunzapper @nautilus_aus @aquatech_imagingsolutions @surfears < muchas gracias 👌🏼
Towards the end of 2015 I was fortunate to have captured one of my best and favourite wave sequences whilst swimming the ocean. This shot was the 3rd of a 5 frame sequence of which I have yet to share with you. Just imagine being inside this thing as the sun painted it with beams of gold! Prints available at www.WarrenKeelan.com
Merry Christmas 🎉 However you celebrate at this time of year, I would like to wish you all the very best. Thank you for your ongoing support, friendship and kindness over the past 12 months. I'm always extremely humbled! Special thanks to @_adelio_ @dafinaustralia @sunzapper @nautilus_aus @surfears @ocean @aquatech_imagingsolutions for backing me and creating the great products I use to make pictures. Much love Bring on 2016 !!!
Do you ever have days where you wake up feeling flat & uninspired, with a lack of motivation & direction? I spent many years writing & touring original music & now I get to use my creativity and express myself through photography for a living. Sounds like an amazing job right? Believe me it is! But there are times when you feel like the creative juices run low & although the passion is there, it seems like a real battle to find motivation. A few weeks back I was in a creative lull. I'm sure every artist goes through it but when it hits you, it really sucks the fat one. I know why I love what I do, but at times I don’t really feel it. Is this normal? Yep. So how do you reignite that fire & dig your way out of the creative hole? For me personally, I step back & put the camera down. I find that sometimes when you push too hard, you find yourself forcing the art instead of letting it happen. Other times I need to kick my own ass out of bed to hit the water, but that can work too if you go out with an open mind & just experiment. What really helps me is to disconnect myself from the internet, social media & the things you think you need to make it through each day & just unplug. Strangely, after a few days off from the phone, you begin to refocus & the joy of what you do starts to reappear. When you aren’t enjoying your own art, you tend to lose passion. In regards to finding new inspiration, look away from what you are doing, or what others are doing, & find it through other mediums that make you pulse. For me, it’s music. I love finding inspiration within progressive heavy musical art from bands that provoke thought through a darker sonic medium. After listening to an album I always feel the urge to create, try a different technique or even a new location, subject or simply change lenses. One thing that keeps me feeling inspired is to simply keep an open mind. If you follow my work, you’ll see I like to vary my pictures & try new things. However, it all comes back to my love of the ocean, what lives within it or happens on or above it. If you’ve made it thus far, sorry for my ramblings. I just wanted to spew some of my thoughts into words. Huge love! Cheers WK