Life is Not Always Perfect

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I am a year 12 student at a school in the Lower North Shore, I have been doing photography for the past 6 years. I have loved it so much that I want to be either a full-time wedding, event or portraiture photographer - I want to enter into the commercial photography industry. Even though I have a hearing loss, I do not let this get in the way of fulfilling my dream.

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Opera House sails
Opera House sails
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Waves crashing
Waves crashing
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My mini body of work entitled Life is Not Always Perfect, explores the theme that we need to appreciate and accept the hard work that the designer has done to make the object aesthetically pleasing. From an early age, I have always been observant of my soundings and how I can positively contribute to society. As a child born with a hearing loss, I use and appreciate the art form of photography to help me connect with my community. I shoot these photos in monochrome to depict that life with a hearing loss is mostly black and white with very little room for grey due to the stereotypical notions that people perceive us in the world. I believe that my photos create a sense of peacefulness with the audience. I have used the rule of thirds creatively to bring out the best of my photos.

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