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Photographer of the week: Farrah Allan

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Farrah is a self-taught photographer from Melbourne, who started a photo blog about her everyday life a year ago and has since begun shooting portraits and weddings.

Farrah tells us she prefers taking photos in natural light and is inspired by whimsical, simple settings. She’s currently exploring different mediums from film and digital to mobile photography.

See more of Farrah’s work here:
farrahallan.com

facebook.com/farrahallanphotography
@farrahallan
followgram.me/farrahallan


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