In this post, I speak of the journey that is my photography and how every time you push that little button on your camera, years of pain, frustration, care, craftsmanship, knowledge and passion are expressed by whatever goes through your lens.
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Through my whole 18 days in South Africa I can honestly say that, despite the plague of poverty, I didn’t interact with a single person without a smile on their face. Everyone we spoke to showed expressions of love and joy, and this all comes down to one simple thing. They live and act with heart.
The Simunye Project is a community service based experience designed to empower young Australians with the skills and mindset needed to make a global difference. Simunye 3096 is an awe inspiring time lapse of my experience showing 3096 photos in 5 minutes, with very emotional results.
The desert is an incredible place. Never had I imagined that such simplicity could posses beauty in so many shapes, lights and forms. This photograph here is definitely one of my favorites from the broken hill expedition, not only for the way it turned out, but also because of the processes I took to try and get this photo exactly the way I planned.