Unique Photography by Pip Orr
Pip Orr picked up a camera when she was six years old and never looked back.
Ever since she has rarely been without a camera handy and loves to use the camera to tell a story.
“I like to approach my work in the purest form, that being no photoshop or hardly any touch up at all,” said Pip, who has a collection of 40 photographs currently on exhibit at Rosebank Gallery in Millthorpe.
“The work demonstrates my love of people, places and nature in Australia and overseas. The photos tell a story,” said Pip, who has also worked as a photojournalist.
“Photography and writing are my true, ultimate passions ,” said Pip. “Visitors to the exhibit will discover a cascade of colours from the sky that look like paintings. They will also discover my trek through the jungles of Malaysia to discover the true Malaysian Aboriginals and their Kampong villages.
“I have been fortunate to have had the ultimate experiences in remote islands in the Cook Islands and have many more photos to relay these trips.”
The exhibition showcases about 40 photographs Pip has taken over the years.
Unique Photography by Pip Orr will be on exhibit at Rosebank Gallery in Millthorpe until the end of the month.