- The Shot: Krystle Wright's quest to grow and evolve in photography
Embarking on a passion project is an interesting rabbit hole to venture down. As an artist, I am always searching for ways to grow and evolve in the photography medium. I know this will come through when I push myself outside the comfort zone. I came into this shoot with no expectations and a clear concept in my mind, and as usual it doesn't quite go exactly to plan, but that's the beauty of working in the outdoors.
The Final Shot
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