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Marketing the majestic Top End

How long has it taken you to establish your career in Top End landscape photography?

I started getting into landscape photography when I arrived in Darwin from the United Kingdom in 2008. I’d loved photography since I was kid, but I was just backpacking with a pocket camera. I did casual jobs here and there for 12 months while waiting for a residency visa, and that gave me time to get into it. It was just a hobby, but I moved up from the pocket camera – I’m up to camera three or four by now – a 50-megapixel Canon 5DsR – and by 2011 I

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