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Photographer of the week: Steve Rhall

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Steve Rhall’s photography is mainly concerned with people and landscape, while he also incorporates mobile phone imagery into his work.

Steve reckons he’s “interested in layers of history within landscape and particularly society’s relationship with the land, both pre and post settlement. It’s been interesting recently moving to Melbourne’s West and seeing the history there. It’s a fresh environment after a long stint in the North.”

You can see more of Steve’s work at:
stevenrhall.com
@sgrhall


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