According to the popular adage, laughter is the best medicine. Even science now confirms that a joyful heart brings healing to the whole body. But in a busy world which is changing so rapidly it can be difficult to push aside the pressures of life. As you reflect upon the beauty of creation in these Australian photographs by Ken Duncan, he hopes the inspired wisdom of the accompanying text will help lift you into an atmosphere of true joy joy that remains despite the circumstances of your life. Remember he who laughs, lasts.
About the Author
Ken Duncan OAM, is recognised as one of the world's leading landscape photographers. With every new release of Limited Edition Prints he delights long-time collectors and new fans alike with his own inimitable style of landscape photography.
Ken has worked on several international book projects in such exotic locations as Malaysia, China and Hollywood and for years was the preferred photographer for Australian rock band Midnight Oil. His first solo book was published in 1987, and he later went on to become a publisher in his own right. Since 1992, over 30 individual titles have been released under the Ken Duncan Panographs trademark.
Although Ken prefers the panoramic format - "that's the way we see", he says - he is well versed in a multitude of formats and media. He has even dabbled in cinematography and would like to do more with this medium in the future. He can turn his hand to any type of photography - from portraits to landscapes to 3-D and everything in between - and produce consistently creative results.
Series: PANOGRAPHS PUBLISHING
Number Of Pages: 128
Published: 12th October 2012
Publisher: Ken Duncan Panographs Pty Ltd
Dimensions (cm): 12.5 x 18.7
Multi award-winning photographer Ken Duncan, is one of Australia's most gifted and prolific landscape photographers.
Since establishing his own publishing company in 1992, Duncan has published in excess of 50 photographic books, the majority of which still reprint year after year.
In 2009 he was awarded a Medal Of The Order Of Australia (OAM) by the Federal Government for his services to landscape photography, publishing and the arts. That same year, he received the photography industry’s highest honours – the Photo Imaging Council of Australia’s Gold Tripod award. He is also an Honorary Fellow of the Australian Institute of Professional Photography.
Duncan’s skill with a camera is not limited to landscapes – he has worked on several international projects including photography for rock band Midnight Oil and commissions for National Geographic, World Vision and other agencies.