In high school, I was put into a photography class because the school decided not to run the other arts course that I had chosen to study. The idea of photography didn't interest me at all and it was with much dispute I attended the first lesson.
At the end of the first class, I was hooked. It completely changed my opinion. I was fancinated with what I might be able to do with the Pentax K1000 35mm that the school had just given me for the year. I absolutely fell in love with photography and I have carried a camera with me ever since.
I have been a photographer in some form or another for the last 17 years. I started out on 35mm black and white, developing and processing my own film and photos in a dark room. After leaving high school, I trained at the University of Sydney Union Film & Television School, specialising in Cinematography & Editing. I have worked on several films, shooting on film and digital formats.
Unfortunately, I lost my entire photography portfolio a few years ago in a fire and have had to start again from scratch. I now shoot entirely digitally and I enjoy the almost endless creativity that allows.
I recently received an Honourable Mention in the International Photo Awards 2016.
I hope you enjoy my work.
© 2017 By Scottie Mac Photography
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