Specialising in automotive, sporting and landscape photography

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Specialising in automotive, landscape and event photography.

I’ve been shooting motorsport and motoring events for about 12 years. Initially just taking shots for local car clubs, then national clubs, magazines and web pages. In 2010 I was asked to be the official photographer for the Aston Martin 75th Anniversary  National Rally. This led to photographs being published in various newsletters, magazines, books and websites for both cars, model aircraft and even a local wine group.

I started Freelance Images in 2011 and in 2012 I had my first exhibition, “Auto-Focus” at the Adelaide Town Hall. This was followed by a second exhibition held at the Hotel Wright Street and another at the amazing Hawker Street Cafe in November 2013. I also had my first national magazine cover on the March/April 2012 edition of RCM News.

In 2011 I completed the AIPP mentoring program for commercial photography with ex SA AIPP President, Jennie Groom and I am now a fully accredited member of the AIPP.

Several of the images here, especially those from the “Auto-Focus” exhibition are available in limited edition, signed and mounted prints. I’m also offering some of the images from the Automotive Art, Landscapes, Mille Miglia 2013 and Motorsport galleries on canvas. These will be limited edition prints, signed and numbered. If you see something you like, don’t hesitate to give me a call.

I’m still learning every day and loving what I do. Hopefully, you do too.

Warren Edwards

Mob: 0414 603 147

Email: freelance_images@internode.on.net

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