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Luke Tscharke  I chase the world's natural beauty and bring it to you 💬say my name like "sharky" Ambassador for @nisifiltersaustralia @siruiaustralia @laowa.au

I’m really excited to have partnered with my friends at @brunyislandphotography to offer environmentally conscious nature tours on the incredibly beautiful Bruny Island, near Hobart in @Tasmania. These tours feature boat cruises, access to a swathe of private and iconic locations, all food and beverage and premium accomodation, as well as dedicated coaching from myself and the team. As part of the launch @brunyislandphotography are giving away one place on our first workshop worth $3995. Check out their latest post or the link in my bio for details!

Camera: @sonyaustralia A7RIII
Lens: @sonyaustralia 70-300mm G
Filter: @nisifiltersaustralia 10 stop + 3 stop medium grad

Has been nice to spend a weekend in Sydney catching up with friends after my talk here with @sonyaustralia on Thursday. There is still some space on my first Sony Clinic at the Melbourne Muesum on Tuesday. Check out the link in my bio for more details! #sonyalpha

Cool evening mist descends the flanks of Mount Wellington with the lights of Hobart glowing in the distance. It’s amazing to think that such an incredible environment exists so close to the CBD of Tasmania’s capital.
Camera: @sonyaustralia A7RIII
Lens: @sonyaustralia 16-35 f/2.8 GM
Tripod: @siruiaustralia W-2204
Filter: @nisifiltersaustralia Natural Night

After a massive hike on a cloudy day the light burst through a gap on the horizon at sunset, an unexpected show of intense beauty. Sometimes our heads can be full of clouds as well, we may have brilliant things on our horizon, but we can’t see them. Worst still we feel like we are the only ones in this situation. That is an illusion. Clouds will clear with time. Don’t be afraid to chat to someone about it. #WhatYouDontSee

Camera: @sonyaustralia A7RII
Lens: @sonyaustralia 16-35 f/4 Zeiss
Tripod: @siruiaustralia W-1204

Waking up in the middle of the night to discover the heating in your campervan has turned off is not very pleasant when it’s below freezing outside. In fact a water bottle laying next to me had begun to freeze over as I slept, thank goodness for sub zero sleeping bags! I begrudgingly got up to turn the van on to allow the heater to start working again. When I got outside I realised I wouldn’t be going back to sleep again. The skies had cleared and the aurora was dancing across the sky. I headed down towards this peak and found some foreground interest to compliment the show in the skies above. What a morning it ended up being, I love it when inconveniences end up turning into amazing opportunities!

Camera: @sonyaustralia A7RIII
Lens: @sonyaustralia 16-35 f/2.8 GM
Tripod: @siruiaustralia W-2204

Sea Cliff Bridge, still one of the most amazing views I’ve witnessed. When I first visited here it hadn’t been photographed much from the higher vantage point but it got very popular and now I believe access has been closed. The NSW coastline is so spectacular!

The Skagsanden Lasoo. I’m pretty sure my fingers were almost frozen as I captured this image, sitting in the snow, watching the lights dance above the beach. Norway is an amazing place to photograph but you really do need to be prepared for the cold in winter! While we were there they had colder weather than usual, with temperatures rarely getting above freezing. It’s hard to believe there is now a heatwave here with temperatures nearing 30 degrees Celsius.
Camera: @sonyaustralia A7RIII
Lens: @sonyaustralia 16-35mm f/2.8
Tripod: @siruiaustralia W-2204

Milky Way under the moonlight along the sandstone cliffs of Sydney. It always has surprised me how well you can see the Milky Way so close to Australia’s biggest city. This is a single frame with the @sonyaustralia A7S. I often get asked what made me get into Astrophotography and I’d have to say that investing in this camera changed the game for me. #sonyalpha

Was awesome to be greeted by a colourful sky after hiking into this spot from a very early morning start. We hung around for a few hours and later in the morning we were lucky to see some dolphins swim into the vivid waters below the falls. A morning to remember. #leavenotrace

If you’re lucky you can capture Aurora Australis and the galactic core of the Milky Way at the same time. Here a light painted gum tree separates them, with its branches reaching out towards the Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC - middle right). The LMC is one of the closest galaxies to the Milky Way, but is still 163,000 light years away. There is also a Small Magellanic Cloud (SMC) and it’s a dwarf galaxy about 200,000 light years away. The SMC is in this shot too, it looks as though it is being cradled by the trees branches on the right hand side of the tree.
It so amazing when you get to know what is present in the night sky! #astroworkshops
Camera: @sonyaustralia A7RIII
Lens: @laowa.au 12mm f/2.8
Tripod: @siruiaustralia W-2204

That time I shot a sunrise on Maria Island and the cloud made it look like Bishop and Clerk mountain was erupting. One of my favourite patches of @tasmania. #discovertasmania

Camera: @sonyaustralia A7RII
Lens: @sonyaustralia 16-35mm f/2.8 GM
Tripod: @siruiaustralia W-2204
Filter: @nisifiltersaustralia 3 stop medium GND

The sheer scale of the ice caves in Iceland can be hard to comprehend, so I took a shot with someone standing at this caves entrance. With amazing formations like these you get the idea why the cave was known as Treasure Island! The crazy thing is that incredible structures like these only last for a short while before they melt with the retreating glacier. One day I guess they won’t be there at all. #globalwarming #iceland

Camera: @sonyaustralia A7RIII
Lens: @laowa.au 12mm f/2.8
Tripod: @siruiaustralia W-2204

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