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Isabelle / 17 / Australia
As an aspiring, young photographer/photojournalist my work could definitely be described as eclectic. I take photos when I see something interesting and my definition of interesting is pretty broad. I shoot simplistic landscapes a lot purely because of where I live though.
I’m studying digital media at TAFE until I finish high school next year then I plan on venturing to Melbourne to get a diploma and be further inspired so I can teach and help other people through art. I use an Olympus E-M5.
Ps. This is a new blog so it’s still a little rusty. x
http://izobele.tumblr.comhttp://instagram.com/iztremayne

photographersdirectory:

Isabelle / 17 / Australia

As an aspiring, young photographer/photojournalist my work could definitely be described as eclectic. I take photos when I see something interesting and my definition of interesting is pretty broad. I shoot simplistic landscapes a lot purely because of where I live though.

I’m studying digital media at TAFE until I finish high school next year then I plan on venturing to Melbourne to get a diploma and be further inspired so I can teach and help other people through art. I use an Olympus E-M5.

Ps. This is a new blog so it’s still a little rusty. x

http://izobele.tumblr.com
http://instagram.com/iztremayne

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I just found ur blog and its verly useful omggg love ur blog. I have one question, whats the differences between who, whom, whose? I tried to search google lalala but i still dont get it...

theyuniversity answered:

You can read about “who" and "whom" by clicking on this link.

As for “whose,” here’s the short and sweet answer:

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Use “whose" only when something belongs to someone or something:

  • Whose sandwich is rotting in the refrigerator?
  • Do you know whose dog ate my sandwich?
  • Finn, whose dog suddenly became sick, rushed his canine friend to the veterinarian.
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