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Featured Photographer: Elissa Jamieson - blog post image

Featured Photographer: Elissa Jamieson

“I got into photography back in 7th grade, when I was given a film SLR by my uncle. From that point forward, I was totally hooked.

What I love most about photography is that everyone sees through the lens differently. It’s always a rush when the elements align, and you get that gem shot you’ve always dreamed of. The shot shown above was one of those moments for me.

I managed to grab this sunset at a lookout in the Tablelands. The sky blazed up in vivid colour, and by chance I to stumbled across some locals enjoying a drink after a long day’s work. Before I knew it, I had some lively silhouettes as my foreground interest.

Although I typically shoot landscapes, I enjoy branching into the realms of portraiture, sport, and studio.

These days, I shoot with a Nikon d750, 24-120mm f4 lens, 50mm f1.4 prime lens, ND filters, and tripod.”


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