We’re kicking off a brand new series featuring photographers that capture the essence of weekend exploring around Australia. First up is Julian Schulz (@schulzyyyy), a Sydney based freelance photographer with a penchant for microadventures and a rare ability to capture the vibes perfectly.
Microadventures with @schulzyyyy 1/5 Here he captures his friend on a hike to Pantone’s Crown on The Great Dividing Range. #weareexplorers
Microadventures with @schulzyyyy 2/5 “When I first started getting into photography, I always wanted to go to cool places. Places that were well known, stood out and easily identifiable. I wanted to take photos like the pros and leave a mysterious story with it”. Spear fishing at Wattamolla Rock Shelf, Royal National Park #weareexplorers
Microadventures with @schulzyyyy 3/5 “Gradually the more I did it, the more I realised beauty lied everywhere around me. I wanted to go beyond the ordinary”. #weareexplorers
Microadventures with @schulzyyyy 4/5 “There was something special about stepping foot in unknown territory and knowing nothing about it at all, its existing and eery at the same time”. #weareexplorers
Microadventures with @schulzyyyy 5/5 “I learnt that its something you have to experience yourself and thats why getting out there is so important to any great photograph.” #weareexplorers