Take 15% off Plus & Awesome accounts and launch your photography to new heights. Upgrade now
Tim McCullough

Tim McCullough



Tim McCullough is an Australian Landscape and Wildlife Photographer living in Adelaide, South Australia. Tim has always possessed a love of nature and all its wonders and his passion for capturing images of the natural world started at the age of 15 when he inherited his first SLR film camera from his father. It was then just a natural progression to start shooting captivating landscape images that have seen his work in exhibitions and achieved international awards. Tim also shoots with the amazing Fuji GX617 medium format Panoramic film camera, with its detail, colour reproduction and tonal range that is truly spectacular. Travelling the far reaches of the world in pursuit of his passion, Tim has succeeded in capturing truly unique and breathtaking landscape and wildlife imagery and transformed them into timeless pieces of visual fine art. That moment in time, never to be repeated again, captured and expressed through his vision. From the icy realm of the Antarctic Continent to the lush tropical rain forests of the equator and beyond, Tim provides us with a rare encounter of some of the most remote and delicate wilderness ares on our planet. In 2013 Tim was recently awarded South Australian Emerging Photographer of the Year by the AIPP
Iso100 Photography
Photos 45
Likes 41678
Favorites 20393
Comments 2256
FuYi Chen
Photos 136
Likes 260775
Favorites 121103
Comments 39069
Mirko Fikentscher
Photos 145
Likes 133418
Favorites 62218
Comments 11483
Jared Warren
Photos 51
Likes 33116
Favorites 16226
Comments 2145
Darren J Bennett
Photos 180
Likes 101163
Favorites 43820
Comments 6428
Lee Duguid
Photos 56
Likes 11565
Favorites 5437
Comments 1492
Kah Kit Yoong
Photos 473
Likes 221327
Favorites 98958
Comments 30879
Stian Klo
Photos 437
Likes 208463
Favorites 100991
Comments 19361
Mara Sarmento
Photos 89
Likes 20350
Favorites 9118
Comments 4622
Cindy Buchan
Photos 274
Likes 5789
Favorites 3690
Comments 780