I am Daniela, a photographer from Sydney, Australia. For me Photography is an outlet that lets me unwind from everyday normal life, and lets me focus on something creative. As a landscape and travel photographer, I can explore new places with photography as a goal.
My husband and I have been fortunate enough to travel a lot lately and this has allowed us to experience and photograph some of the most iconic locations in North America, such as the Colorado Plateau and the Canadian Rockies. But I am not limiting myself to landscape photography, I am fascinated by the ancient culture of Mexico and Peru, and I am not shy of a challenge. I like to take genuine portraits of people in our travels, I even tried Street Photography in Cuba.
Closer to home, I like to explore the unique Australian landscape and share some of the best experiences we’ve had recently, such as trips to Top End (NT) and the Blue Mountains (NSW).
With a background in architecture, I am now surprised to find myself looking at architecture in a different way, from a photographer's point of view. On the other hand, I think that the 'architect's eye' gives me an edge I can use in my photography . Nature is amazing, but cityscapes and architecture are equally fascinating! To me at least.
Thank you for taking the time to share the adventure with me and I am happy to share with you the story behind my images. If my photos inspire you in any way, please leave me a note in the contact section.
Please, feel free to look up my Stock Photography on Shutterstock, Adobe Stock, Pixels and Dreamstime. I use my photos to create Fine Art Prints and Products on POD sites like Redbubble, Curioos and Society 6. Or click on the Icons at the bottom of any page to access them. For the new range of 2018 Calendars click on the shopping cart.
For more information or inspiration, please check out my boards on Pinterest. Additional photos available for viewing and purchase by enquiry. Check out my Flickr site and my account on 500px for more. Thank you so much, and see you around!
For the majority of my work, I use a Nikon D90 camera and a 18-105mm f/3.5-5.6G kit lens. For architecture, an ultrawide 12-24mm f/4 and a 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6 provide the added range and consistently high-quality output demanded by this challenging topic. Finally, for portrait shoots I will typically use a 35mm f/1.8G lens, to soften out the background and features, and create a beautiful result every time.
My camera bag is my backpack and, well, my husband will carry all the rest :-)
"You can't depend on your eyes when your imagination is out of focus."
- Mark Twain