About MYSELf as a photographer

My name is Anthanee Fermanis and I am a Canon landscape photographer. I am of Maori and Greek descent and I live in a small community on the

East Coast of New Zealand  - Opotiki. 

I have been blessed with a talent and I love shooting wide open landscapes, wildlife, architecture and nature of Gods creations and the feeling it brings.

I'm self-taught and love taking photos and plan to make photography my future career.

For 3 years I have been doing photography and felt really inspired to take photos, not only for sport, but also a passion of interest. I shoot with a  DSLR Canon 1200d, and still can produce really great results from using 3 of my lenses and don't used any professional equipment what other photographers use to get really good photographs. 

I'm not usually a fan of digital, but it gives us more freedom and re-flexibility of choices in creating something more depth to our photographs. In the near future I would be changing camera company's that will produce stunning dynamic range into my work.

I like to lead the eye to a prospective leading point and want you to imagine yourself as if they are inside that world to seek and explore.

I don't used Photoshop to edit my photographs because it makes true reality look fiction. I keep my photos natural, then edit them on Light room to bring it back to how I saw it before I took it. I see things in a different perspective of control and movement. 

Photography is not a sport but is a memory of freedom of continuing to share what you love.