Updated: 6 days ago
The photography industry has grown rapidly since the development of digital photography and the emergence of social media, in particular photo sharing platforms such as instagram. In 2017, the global photography market was worth $79.12 billion. By 2026, it is expected to reach $149.98 billion. As new camera technology has arisen, more and more people have begun to have access to higher quality cameras. It has also become much easier for hobbyists and amateurs to capture and create stunning images.
Skymirror gallery in Sea Lake was created to encapsulate the possibilities for
photography in the Mallee region, specifically at Lake Tyrrell and to support the growth of tourism and art in the area. We display photos primarily of Lake Tyrell by both professional and amateur photographers from all across Australia and internationally. At Skymirror, our focus is harnessing the potential Lake Tyrrell and the Mallee present into a photographic/art destination for people to express creativity, especially through visual mediums.
As an initiative to help grow the developing photography community, we are dedicating a wall in our gallery open to anyone interested in displaying one of their images of our region.
In our gallery we have ample space for exhibition for people interested in displaying their work, it’s open to beginners and professionals alike for photos of the mallee region. For those wishing to display their work we are offering to print an A4 copy and display it on our wall (free of charge for guests at our accommodation). All that's required is to provide basic information you wish to have available to those who view your work (this can be kept confidential if desired), propose a price you would wish to sell it for and we take care of the rest. At the gallery we have purpose made printing facilities and look after all sales, printing and shipping if required. Click here for more information.
If you or someone you know may be interested in this opportunity feel free to contact us for further information.