Lynn Gail is a travel photographer based in Perth, Western Australia. Her photographic work is represented exclusively by the world’s leading photographic agency, Getty Images - The Lonely Planet Collection.
Lynn has a passion for making a soulful connection to the diverse cultures she meets throughout her journeys. As a travel photographer she feels compelled to capture a true essence of the people and places she encounters. Lynn feels making a connection with her subjects, however brief, is important in producing eye-catching mages that reflect a rhythmic honesty in the patterns of people in their everyday lives. Assignments have taken her to the Cocos Keeling Islands, Christmas Island, Madagascar, Bali, Sardinia, and the remote homelands of the Aboriginal Yolngu people in the Northern Territory of Australia.
Lynn is a fully accredited member of the Australian Institute of Professional Photography (AIPP). Her work has been exhibited throughout Western Australia and has been published internationally in travel and photographic magazines, brochures, reports and educational material. Her documentary work has also been exhibited and published in a book, The Contemporary Australian Family Photography Project, which has been exhibited in several international art galleries. Alongside receiving various international honours and awards, Lynn was also named runner-up Travel Photographer of the Year at the WA Professional Photography Awards in 2014.
Seng Mah is a professional photography teacher and owner of Venture Photography Workshops. His teaching encompasses everything photographic -- from classes for absolute beginners to more advanced photographic techniques, including lighting, natural light portraiture, landscapes and image post-processing.
Seng is a fully accredited member of the AIPP (Australian Institute of Professional Photography) and was nominated as a finalist for Travel Photographer of the Year in the professional photography awards.
Seng has taken his camera to Europe, India, New Zealand, Kenya, Nepal and South East Asia and has photographed everything from landscapes, street portraiture, architecture, street scenes and more on his travels. Seng's photographic approach is firmly entrenched in his belief that you must connect with your subject, to know your subject, in order to photograph it well. Seng has shot for Surf Life Saving WA and the WA Surf Rowing League for years -- and his images have been published in two photography books on the subject: "Sons of Beaches" and "Gun's Up!". He has also exhibited in Australia, the UK and Lithuania.