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Best Photo of Sydney Deaf & HoH Photographer's Meet Up @ Sydney

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Photo taken by Patrick Walker. Location: Bombo Quarry, NSW

This photo was voted by workshop teacher, David Wimble.

Thank you David for showing us this secret place, and thank you to everyone who have attended our recent Sydney Deaf & HoH Photographers’ Meet Up.

You can check more photos from other photographers here.

In August, we will have two meet ups - one for studio light photography workshop and another one for more landscape photography. Further details will be shortly published.

Sue :)

Best Photo of Sydney Deaf & HoH Photographer’s Meet up @ Sydney

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Photo taken by Ben Bradbury. Location: Mount Wilson, NSW

Check out his amazing work https://www.instagram.com/bbradbury_images/

Thank you everyone who have attended to our recent Sydney Deaf & HoH Photographers’ Meet Up!

You can check more photos from other photographers here.

Next month we will have another meet up!

Further details will be shortly published.

Speak soon,

Sue :)

Best Photo of Sydney Deaf & HoH Photographer's Meet Up @ Sydney

Thank you everyone who have attended to our recent Deaf & HOH Photographers’ Meet Up! These photos were picked by the models.

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Model: Miranda Reardon.Photos taken by Sue Wright. Location: Helensburgh Tunnel, NSW

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Model: Yasmin Dandachi. Photos taken by Sue Wright. Location: Helensburgh Tunnel, NSW

You can check more AMAZING photos from other photographers here. Also look how much we worked hard behind the scene...:)

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Next month we will have another portraits photography. Please clear your calendar for Sunday 13th  March, 2016!.   April!

Further details will be published shortly.

P.S Have you seen our new logo? Niko Vass is a graphic designer, not only that...he is also a great photographer :) Please check out his photography work .

Enjoy,

Sue

Best Photo of the Deaf Photographer's Meet up @ Sydney

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Photo taken by Alex. Location: Mittagong - Tooth and Co. Brewery

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Alex is hobbyist photographer.

Thank you everyone who have attended to our recent Deaf & HOH Photographers' Meet Up! You can check more photos from other photographers here

This month we will have a break because February is a short month and everyone is kinda busy :)

Please clear your calendar for Saturday, 14th March - the location will be a surprise...  all will be revealed in the next post here!

Sue

Which of my photographs is my favorite? The one I’m going to take tomorrow.”  ― Imogen Cunningham

Best Photo of the Deaf Photographer's Meet up @ Sydney

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Photo taken by Brad (as himself). Location: The Valley Of The Waters, Wentworth Falls Special thanks to Peter Hill for guiding us to the most beautiful place in Blue Mountains. You can check our video clip here.

Next month we will have beach sunset photography. Please clear your calendar for Sunday, 14 December 2014.

Further details will be shortly published.

Sue :)

"A true photograph need not be explained nor can it be contained in words" - Ansel Adams

Best Photo of the Deaf Photographer's Meet up @ Sydney

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Photo taken by Ben Bradbury. Location: Cockatoo Island, Sydney

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Introducing Ben...

Deaf, Carpenter, Unavailable! Current Residence: Sydney, Australia Favourite music band: NIL Operating System: Creativity and adventurous Favourite Superhero: Doctor Manhattan Favourite camera: Canon 7D and 5D

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“Photographs open doors into the past but they also allow a look into the future.” – Sally Mann