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33 Reasons Sydney Is Off The Fucking Hook

Get out of bed in the Harbour City, and stay out till the sun goes down.

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5. Last year he became a bit of a viral sensation when he took this jaw droppin' photograph of a couple on their wedding day right before a big storm hit!

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6. Since then he's been on a massive tear, taking increasingly amazing shots at sunrise and sunset, amassing almost 10,000 Instagram followers.

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7. An MTV videographer by day, Yeldham's love affair with sunrises and sunsets began by chance when he met Sydney-based Belgian timelapse photographer Matthew Vandeputte and took this pic.

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9. Sydney, one of the most beautiful cities in the world, is a fucking brilliant place to shoot amazing skies, and a big community of photographers looking for killer shots.

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10. When Sydney's sunsets go off, they go OFF.

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11. For a city of approaching five million people, it's surprisingly easy to find serenity in the centre of Sydney.

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12. Even right in the middle of the city.

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13. It's a living, breathing harbour, alive with life.

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14. One of Yeldham's favourite spots is Cremorne Point: "It's a really great view of the city, with some really nice cliff spots, and a lighthouse which makes for gorgeous sunrises."

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15. "Milson's Point is fabulous too, you can get right down to the water level really easily."

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16. "You can shoot straight into the Opera House from that side, it's a really unique view."

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17. "Mrs Macquarie's Chair of course: It's a classic."

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18. "The trick with The Chair is to go low."

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19. "Bradley's Head of course, it's my favourite shot."

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20. "You can get some amazing perspectives of the city."

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21. "There's a beach to the left of the platform which is a brilliant place to get splash shots."

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22. Ah, splash shots! Photographers have been getting low on Australia's beaches for a while, but Yeldham has made a stunning signature out of getting his camera almost into the water to capture Sydney's iconic sights.

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23. The secret to his success? "Get close to the water while simultaneously reducing the likelihood of destruction to gear."

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28. Of sunsets that surprise you.

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30. Storms which light up the entire sky.

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31. So set your alarm kids. Get out of bed early.

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32. Hit the harbour and watch the sunrise.

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