Welcome to The Car-The Camera-and-The World presented by Flabnbone Photography. This is my photography-lifestyle-travel blog, showcasing photos of my travels and is dedicated to the place I call home. Follow my blog to uncover the hidden gems of Melbourne, to discover photography hot spots and tips, for cafe reviews, and the (occasional) life update.
Who is this behind the lens?
I am a dreamer, a photographer, a wanna-be author, a lover of nature, a foodie, a Focus Sport & ST fanatic, and most importantly, an explorer with a heart for wanderlust. I am also a Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) & Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing) graduate. I am currently pursuing a Masters in Speech Pathology.
I first started photography way back in 2007, purely as a hobby to pass time. At the time, I was using a standard digital zoom camera and was uploading all my photos (artistic or not) to my DeviantArt account known as Flabnbone. It wasn’t until I started university and joined the photography club there that my passion for photography became more serious. I was inspired to learn more about photography and even save up for a DSLR. My favourite genres to shoot are landscape, still-life, and macro. Macro photography takes you to unexpected new words, letting you see things from different perspectives.
In retrospect, I feel like I have achieved a lot with photography, but I also feel like I could do much more. Ideally, I would like a small business that is somehow related to photography but I am still hitting the sketchbooks in terms of ideas.
Tools of the trade
- My trusty Canon EOS60D
- Lens kits (10-18mm, 18-55mm, 50mm, 100mm)
- My ride -the Red Beast (Ford Focus S)
- And most importantly, the beautiful world around me.
For inquiries about photo print purchases (price, size and payment logistics via PayPal), photography collaborations, or business please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Find me also at @flabnbone (Instagram) to follow my #365 project
Now, enough chitter chatter. Let me take you on a journey of my travels and to experience the world through the lens.