Member since 18-May-11
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Philip Sutton 'shot' Stock for a Sydney Stock Library called 'Austral International' (now 'Austral Press'). He has had numerous images published in advertising brochures, newspapers and periodicals such as Women's Weekly, and the Melbourne Age. During this period, one of his images appeared in the Nikon National Australia Contest for 'Create a Calendar'. His award winning image featured in the February section. Philip's recent foray into digital photography has seen his passion for street photography (or 'human interest' photography) renewed with increased vigor. From the slums of Cambodia to the Reunification Palace in Vietnam, he has traveled extensively throughout Asia, building up his portfolio of travel and fine art photography. He blends his passion for life and his ability to capture that special moment, with the urgency for survival that he finds in the isolated communities that he visits . This is evident in the images that he has created - the blend of the hunger of the human spirit captured with fine art.


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Portfolio

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Portfolio

The Essence of 'Street Photography'

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The Essence of 'Street Photography'

CinemaScope

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CinemaScope

'.... The Least of These my Brethren'

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'.... The Least of These my Brethren'

Beauty

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Beauty

Fun

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Fun

Life's Battle

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Life's Battle

"...by the sweat of your brow ..."

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"...by the sweat of your brow ..."

"...suffer the little children and forbid them not .."

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"...suffer the little children and forbid them not .."

Worship

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Worship

Humanity

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Humanity

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Guestbook for Philip Sutton Photography
28.Mansour(non-registered)
Hi Philip we've met in Mandalay a few weeks back, i got some nice pictures from the villages accross the irrawaddy river thanks to you :)
I hope your stay in Myanmar was fruitful, can't wait to see your pics.
Btw i'm traveling to Bali soon, could you send me the address of the hotel you were advising. Thanks!
27.amin69(non-registered)
Love the photographs, all are so cool.
26.Alok(non-registered)
Great style of taking pictures Al Kay! I do really enjoy this fotoblog, pictures always great
25.Amin Razvi(non-registered)
Wow I never saw something like this ! Great photos, Astronomy rocks!
24.Helens Lionakis(non-registered)
Hi Philip,
I met you in Siem Reap at the guesthouse. I'm the teacher from Melbourne who was talking to the Greek couple. I am finally back in Melbourne and able to look at your photographs at leisure and, can I say, wow! Truly stunning. I love the way your use of colour and light if that makes sense. Beautiful. I have been honoured to meet ant artist such as yourself. Keep at it!
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