Documenting the Family Home by Leanne Lindsay

This photograph “The Rubbing – Documenting the Family Home” was taken at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney. The creator of the artwork had taken charcoal and paper and recreated a life-sized version of his childhood home. This ‘home’ was made entirely of paper and charcoal rubbings. I loved the juxtaposition of the people in the image, who look quite solid, against the almost cartoon-like house.

Nikon D850 | Exposure f/4 @ 1/40 sec | ISO 1600 | Focal Length 36mm

Documenting the Family Home by Leanne Lindsay

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Born in Adelaide in 1962, Leanne Lindsay’s family moved to Sydney when she was 12 years old. She was gifted her first camera for her 21st birthday but a break-in saw her precious camera stolen just 3 years later. It was only in her late 50s she was able to afford to replace it and now in her 60s she has discovered a passion that was sadly lost many years ago. She now photographs families and newborns but enjoys architectural photography and landscapes in particular.

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Sydney, Australia







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