Hello! Welcome to my little corner of the internet.
That’s me circa 1993. Around that time my parents gave me a Polaroid camera, and that was the beginning of my journey as a photographer.
I have always loved taking pictures, but didn’t get into it seriously until I spent a summer in England. I remember getting off the plane, looking around London and thinking, “I need a camera right now!” I just bought a little point and shoot, but it made me realise that I loved capturing a great expression or nature in an artistic way. I have learned 95% of everything I know about photography from the internet! It’s been such a fun journey and I am always, always learning new things. I started taking portraits professionally around 2012. I had no idea what I was doing, except that it was fun. I am still figuring out exactly what I want to do with my skill/passion – lately I have been veering away from portrait sessions and more onto the documentary side of things. I’m just following my heart and seeing where it takes me!
I was born and raised in southern Ontario, Canada, but after leaving the nest I spent four years in New Brunswick for my undergrad degree at Mount Allison University, a year in South Africa with Youth With A Mission, and then four and a half years in the Yukon doing a whole bunch of different things, including practicing my photo sessions! In 2014 we moved south to my husband’s hometown of Florianópolis, Brazil. I absolutely love it although there are many challenges that come along with living abroad.
Here on the blog I post my photos, favourite resources and helpful tips with you. I really want to share what I’ve learned so you can improve your photography. I LOVE connecting with and helping people. Let me know how I can serve you best. If you have a question about photography, living abroad, or anything else I post about, contact me. I read every comment.
Some little Lindsay Land snapshots:
Here are some personal posts I’m proud of. Click on the polaroid to be taken to the post!
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