Ryan Carter

Hallett Cove, Australia

Ryan Carter is a photographer from Adelaide, Australia. He travels extensively and specializes in Commercial, Portrait and Travel...

I have just got my new website up and running. Check it out!

I’ve also just started a behind the scenes style blog showing shoots, how photos are edited and setup and shot. Check it out, and I hope you will find it interesting and entertaining.


Well on to me . . .

While I do consider photography an art, I don’t think of myself as an artist. I tend to be too analytical and technical for that. I usualy just take photos because I want to, I love to. I like to photograph everyday objects, and look for something others might not see. Or just to capture a moment in time. Anybody can shoot a building; I want to shoot that building and make people say “I never saw that!”. I also like to shoot the scenic shots that everybody shoots. If nothing else, it shows I was there.

Using photography, I want to help people to pay attention to what’s around them. I beleive if you can’t see something beautiful, your not looking hard enough.

Sure Photography pays the bills, but more then that its what I love to do. I guess I’m one of the lucky ones who gets paid for enjoying my life.

In this day of digital cameras, photo manipulation software and the possibilities of the internet, anyone can call themselves a photographer. I hope that people see what I do as something different. Something special. I see my photographs as a type of utopian world that I can control. I love the limitless possibilites that photography offers me, and I enjoy taking something beautiful and making it even better. Altering photos is not somthing everyone agrees with. However photography, like art, and beauty, is in the eye of the beholder.

All my images are copyright © 2009 Ryan Carter and are the exclusive property of Ryan Carter (unless otherwise indicated). All rights reserved. Images may not be reproduced or stored unless written express permission is gained from the author.

  • Age: 35
  • Joined: September 2008


Behind The Scenes Photo Blog

Hey! / Well, I’ve been reading blogs for a while, and seeing everyone else with their blogs, letting the world know their thoughts, feelings, frustrations and addictions. So I decided its about time I jumped on the band wagon! / My Blog / So I have started a blog that is pretty much a “Behind the Scenes” type of blog. Tells about my feelings on shoots and thoughts and ideas on p…
Posted about 6 years – 1 comments

My Experience of Stock Photography ....

Well, its been a while since I wrote an update on my Stock Photography adventures. / I started uploading to Microstock sites in December 2008, so its been about 8 months now, and overall it has been a quite positive experience. / Sure, people say selling photos for such small prices is not worth it and only devalues yourself and the industry, however, I have found it to be quite profitable so far…
Posted about 8 years – 4 comments

Stock Photography - Dreamstime

Hi All! / Well I have finally got a little bit of time to write some of my experiences about another of my stock sites, Dreamstime. / Dreamstime is my 2nd most profitable sits so far, and is growing quite steadily. / This site is very user friendly, and also a lot easier to get accepted to then some of the other sites, noticeably Shutterstock which took me several attempts to pass the initial rev…
Posted over 8 years – 5 comments

Stock Photography - First $$$

HI Everyone! / Just thought i would let you know that i got my first payout from my Stock Photography endeavors this week! YAY / This was from my Shutterstock account. So far i have had a total of about 380 downloads and my payout was around $90 US. SO not bad since the middle of December. / Definitely worth my while! / Now just to work out what to spend my money on! hehe / If you want to give i…
Posted over 8 years – 4 comments
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