"Imagination is more important than knowledge" -Albert Einstein by Duane Hart

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Synchonised Divers
1/15th Sec f32 1600asa 2.8 – with a Canon EOS10d and a 400 2.8 lense. No photoshop

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Sports photographer based in Scarborough Queensland.
Presently covering junior sport throughout Australia for my agency Sporting Images Australia, and I enjoy the challenge of always trying to photograph a sport from a different perspective.
Won the Sports Catergory in the 2008 International Aperture Awards and also featured with my daughter Holly, on the Australian TV Show Totally Wild on a Feature on Sports Photography

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  • Cvail73
    Cvail73almost 7 years ago

    I love the movement and tones!

  • BlaizerB
    BlaizerBalmost 7 years ago


  • 9TyLeRAuStIN9
    9TyLeRAuStIN9over 6 years ago

    I really like the only two art pieces I’ve seen of your’s, Im putting you on my watchlist dude.

  • jomash
    jomashover 6 years ago

    Amazing !

  • Milgate Asher
    Milgate Asherover 6 years ago

    Awesome shot. i had to read the description to know what it was. Fantastic!

  • toolesque
    toolesqueover 6 years ago

    YES! You did this perfectly!!!!!!!!

  • ragman
    ragmanover 6 years ago

    Imagination is more important than knowledge ~ couldn’t agree more ~ apt quote for this lovely image ~ stunning and visually appealing

  • meckersley
    meckersleyabout 6 years ago

    Synchronised Diving.
    Platform I assume.
    I am realy liking that fact that someone else is interested in the beautiful sport! =]
    God Bless,

  • BECstafford
    BECstaffordalmost 6 years ago

    wow i would really love to know how to take a photo like this!!!
    i am thinking of trying some photography at the diving open nationals friday 27th – sunday 29th. i was ment to be diving but im not due to an injury. its being held at the sleeman centre, chandler.

  • Hi Bec
    The shot was taken in 2004 at 1/15th Sec f32 1600asa 2.8 – with a Canon EOS10d camera and a 400 2.8 lense. It took a while to get into the right position with a black background and the image is shot full frame (no cropping or photoshop used) as I panned with the diver. Backgrounds are so important in sports photography and it can make all the difference having a good background for some images.

    – Duane Hart

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