These photographers stop us in our scroll every time we are on our socials and we are sure they will do the same for you. Lay your eyes on these accounts for a glimpse into rural and farming life.
Victoria Hynam / @vrhynam.photography
There’s horses, sheep, cattle and kelpies on Victoria Hynam’s grid and we love them all. The hues and contrasts make farm life seem so dreamy, and her photographic talent is not what you’d expect from a 19-year-old. Victoria works on her family’s Merino sheep stud in Victoria and when she’s not behind the camera, she can usually be found with her beloved horses.
James Braszell / @jamesbraszellphotography
Rouseabout come shearer come photographer, after a look at James Braszell’s shearing photos, you may just consider a career change for one in a shearing shed. While James is based in rural Victoria, he travels across the country with camera in hand. He also captures the voices from Aussies in the bush through his podcast The Cut Out.
Kim Storey / @kimstorey_photographer
Farmer and photographer Kim Storey is so passionate about giving people a better understanding of farming, she’s published a book on it. “What Does A Farmer Look Like?” shares the photos and stories of more than 100 Australian farmers and farming families. While we love Kim’s book, we also get lost in her grid with the mix of professional photos as well as the candid snaps.
Beauty in the Bush Collective / @beautyinthebushcollective
If you want a taste of different photography styles from across our wide lands, then this is the place to get it. Beauty in the Bush Collective is an all-female group of photographers who live on the land, capturing the spirit of life beyond the city lights. The Collective also produces a newspaper, Bush Journal, which explores life beyond the city limits, and features stunning photography and heartfelt words from creatives around the country.
Stay tuned for more photographers sharing about life on the land.