NZPhotographer Issue 4, February 2018

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Interview with Roxanne Crawford

A Mummy Photographer Who Captures Moments and Details.

ROXANNE, CAN YOU TELL US A LITTLE ABOUT

YOURSELF?

I grew up and still live in a small town called Paeroa

in Northern Waikato. I worked as a dental assistant

for several years before getting married and starting

a family. I have two kids aged 8 and 4. I’ve been a

stay at home mum since which has given me the

opportunity to explore photography more, in-between

busy family life!

WHAT’S YOUR PHOTOGRAPHY BACKGROUND?

Photography is something I’ve always been interested

in. But it all started with wanting to capture and

document my children growing up.

When I got my first DSLR, all I wanted to do was shoot

in manual mode, and learn everything there is to learn

about photography. So I enrolled in the photography

institutes course in 2015, which for me was the best

start.

A lot has been self taught via researching the

internet and Youtube videos as well as a few good

photographer friends that have helped me along the

way.

The learning process is always ongoing and I love

trying new things and different genres. Portraits, Macro

and my newest venture of landscape photography.

WHAT EQUIPMENT DO YOU SHOOT WITH?

I use a canon 6D. I have a variety of lenses...

For my portraits I use a Canon 50mm f/1.4, Canon

135mm f/2L or a Sigma art 35mm F/1.4.

For my macro images I use a Canon 100mm F/2.8L

and for landscapes a Canon 17-40mm F/4L with a Nisi

filter kit.

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