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USA 2013

I’m SUPER excited. More excited than Miley Cyrus singing “Got my hands up, they’re playin’ my song and now I’m gonna be okay. Yeah! It’s a party in the USA! Yeah! It’s a party in the USA!”.

That’s right folks, come mid June I’ll be hopping on a Virgin flight to the USA! I’ll be doing something crazy like 12 cities in 7 weeks. During this time a limited number of e-sessions and couple shoots will be available so if you, or someone you know, is interested, please enquire via email – info@nattnee.com

USA2013

south america – part 1

I know images from my previous trips have never made it to this blog before. This is because after a trip, I would upload all the files to the computer and they end up just sitting there for years. Seriously, for years! This time I’m forcing myself to edit some images from South America before they end up like the rest that I still haven’t got time to go through.

One morning in Cusco, I bumped into another photographer. His work was so moody and creative and he was doing it all on the point and shoot. I was feeling embarrassed carrying around my big camera and not producing the kind of travel images he was doing. We chatted a bit and once he found out that I’m a wedding photographer, he sympathetically said “oh it’s because you shoot weddings…it’s all perfection and prettiness” like it was the impediment to my travel photography. I guess there is some truth to that, I do struggle with too many people cluttering everything everywhere. Sometimes I wish I could evacuate cities just to take the pics that I want. Anyway, now that I think about his travel pics, I realise I’ll never produce that because I’m not about moodiness and contrasty light. I will always always always love clean images with pretty colours =)

Some pics from Peru:

More photos to come. Please feel free to join Nattnee Photography on Facebook for updates.

Have a great weekend!

Joshua - Like!!! :D

Elly - I love this collection of photos! Absolutely amazing. I love the juxtaposition of the grandeur of some of the buildings and landscapes, with the tiny colourfulness of the people. You really feel like you are there, and I think the inclusion of photos such as the food, really transitions the viewer from observer to participant.