Simon Bayliss Photography
Red Dust on Snowtm
Photography is an art and like any other creative profession, just having the tools is only a tiny part of what it takes to be a professional. My journey started capturing Australian landscapes, progressing to editorial and lifestyle, taking what I learned in one genre, and applying it to other genres, including other locations like Sweden.
It is great to see so many people getting into photography, but owning a camera does not make someone a photographer. In the same way, buying paintbrushes does not make me a painter.
The technical side of photography can be taught/learned, enabling one to understand the camera's mechanisms, composition elements, and the science of lighting.
Technical elements contribute about half of what it takes to be a professional photographer, with the rest made up of creativity, experience, and innate aptitude for the image.
With almost twenty years of experience across most photographic genres, patient learning, and appreciating mentors' guidance, my photographic style is from the soul. It enables me to capture the subject's essence, whether it is property, portraits, product, or landscape wall art.
My professional photographic services provide customers with the confidence to benefit from the years of experience, learning, and innate talent that you only get from a professional.
"Don't look at what is, ask 'why', look at what isn't, and ask 'why not'."
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