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Sue Adorjan: Still life and food photographer

This week we’re getting to know community member, Sue Adorjan. Sue is from Melbourne, Australia and has renewed her passion for photography. She loves capturing all aspects of life – landscapes, black and whites. Recently she has ventured into food and still life photography. She brings a different perspective to her work by capturing light and moments in time so
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Sue Adorjan: Still life and food photographer

This week we’re getting to know community member, Sue Adorjan. Sue is from Melbourne, Australia and has renewed her passion for photography. She loves capturing all aspects of life – landscapes, black and whites. Recently she has ventured into food and still life photography. She brings a different perspective to her work by capturing light and moments in time so
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