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Andrew Gowty
Works at Fujifilm Australia
Attended Shepparton South Tech
Lives in Melbourne
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The Fujifilm X-T1 & 56mm lens makes any happy snap a better image.
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Hi +Lisa Co , I will declare I work for Fujifilm...  The XT1 for size is great, love the viewfinder, even in the darkest situations the view finder iluminates the image.  56mm is a must, with my main lens being the 18-135mm.  Many a photographer has taken the leap to the XT1, it is something special. 
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Yes the smell of the B&W darkroom, and old enough to remember making a pinhole camera at school, all great experiences which lead to my life long vocation photographics. A photograph or image taken with any device, be it a pinhole camera, smartphone or a bellows land camera is still art, and as art will always have a level of subjection from the individual who views it.

It would be very sad to think that if I was to put a beautiful printed images on my wall only to be asked "What did you take it on"... just a thought.
Senses: smell, feel and sight, these are the essential senses a photographer experiences, but ask yourself this question... are these senses disappearing in our modern digital world? Have you ever ...
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Imaging sales
Employment
  • Fujifilm Australia
    Imaging sales, 2004 - present
  • Hamilton Island
    Photography Manager, 2000 - 2004
  • Waverley Image Centre
    Owner, 1994 - 1999
  • Photosprint
    Hardware Sales, 1992 - 1994
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Melbourne
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Shepparton
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  • Shepparton South Tech
    1976 - 1982
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