Full name: David May
Located: Marrickville, Australia
Joined: April 4, 2006
Equipment: Nikon D800, Canon G11(converted to IR)
Favourite subjects: All things Sydney and anywhere else I am lucky enough to be.
Bio / Artistic statement
I am a photographer working exclusively with

David May (Montylola)

  I am a photographer working exclusively with

Latest uploads
Stock Image : 2015 Calendar
Stock Image : Grape vines Springing to life.
Stock Image : Container ships docked
Stock Image : Container ships docked close up
Stock Image : Coffee beans cup sack vintage filter
Stock Image : Business buildings
Stock Image : Sunrise Collioure harbour
Stock Image : La Defense to Arche de Triumph Paris
Stock Image : Myrina Limnos Greece

Most popular images
Stock Image : Australian money
Stock Image : Film strip 4 frames
Stock Image : Court House entrance sign
Stock Image : Old parchment paper look
Stock Image : Wall posters ripped
Stock Image : Opera House Sydney
Stock Image : 4 frames Movie Reel
Stock Image : Vineyard Panoramic Cognac France
Stock Image : Early morning walk to work

Exclusive images
Stock Image : Carrieres de Lumieres Klimt
Stock Image : Anzac bridge City bay
Stock Image : Soccer Goal mouth with closed sign
Stock Image : Opera house Blue Sky
Stock Image : Stanwell Tops looking south
Stock Image : Carousel blur
Stock Image : Antique Market Place du Palais de Justice
Stock Image : Paris High Fashion
Stock Image : Chubby font

Montylola's account statistics:
Uploaded files: 753
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Downloads per image: 0.94
Message boards: 47
Monthly uploads: 7.38 average
Uploads this month: 3

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Just keep taking pictures and getting them accepted.Stock imagery is about quantity, quality and variations so you are not just trying to appeal to one audience. posted in HOW CAN I GET PEOPLE TO VIEW MY PHOTOS?

The most important thing tha no one has mentioned yet is the Glass that you capture all of those pixels through, don't be fooled into buying KIT lens with your camera. Buy a body even a good full frame second hand. And do some research about lens that w [Read more...] posted in Moving from technically right to artistically interesting

I think it is laudible to have a great dslr but what you fail to mention is the quality of glass that you stick on the front of that dslr, the glass is more important that the number of pixels you can capture. It took me a while to understand about lens [Read more...] posted in Persistence Pays!