I get a call from one of my friend in the fashion world. She asked if I am available for a Indian Fashion event. As a photographer who is in love with diversity, I said “Absolutely YES” As a briefing I just heard it is a launch of AFL (Australian Football League) themed Indian Wear…. Read More
This April in Melbourne, I had the chance to photograph lots of events. One of it was Rongelli Bihu as you have already known. In the celebration event of the Victoria Asamese Community, there were dance performances. Due to the poor lighting conditions and changing of the stage lighting colors, it was very hard, to… Read More
I love taking photographs. I love photographing different cultures. I love photographing the stage. I love photographing the children. And this was all of it. An eternal love story, from a different culture, performed by kids. What should I expect more. This was at the Rongali Bihu celebrations in Melbourne by Victorian Asamese Community. Usha… Read More
Spring is the beginning of the year with the majority of cultures starting in the northern hemisphere. The zodiac begins with the spring equinox. Numerous cultures celebrate spring equinox. There are also many spring celebrations in Anatolia, which is my homeland. Nowruj, Hidir Illes, Hizir Ilyas, Newroj, New year ….. This April I met new… Read More
One of the nicest things in Melbourne is diversity. The diversity of people, societies, cultures, religions and finally events. It’s great to be a photographer who is in love with different cultures in Melbourne. So I always try to find out more about people and to investigate such incidents. I usually volunteer for non-profit associations,… Read More
I was on my way to a photography workshop meet-up in CBD Melbourne. It was a light painting workshop, by the way, and I will write an article about it soon, as well. I used the public transport as usual, so I was a little early. As I was wandering around the gardens and looking for… Read More
Another street photography session in Melbourne CBD. In Treasury Gardens one of the intriguing people of Melbourne is smoking. As usual I asked for a permission to take his photographs. And heard the lovely salute of Australia and ours. “Cheers mate!” Cheers mate. Cheers Melbourne.
Finally I can spare time for photographing the streets of Melbourne. I only grab my 85mm 1.2 lens, hoping it would be a great chance for me to play a little bit more with that precious lens. I wanted to explore people with the shallow dept of field of f:1.2. I was sure Melbourne is a great… Read More