July 29, 2021

Music Arts

Spearheading Arts Excellence

Incapacity images team giving the tools to share a new perspective

3 min read

When William Webster goes out with his digital camera, he is wanting to seize a fresh perspective. 

“The pics I acquire are of nature and shadow, and I’m part of character,” he claims.

Mr Webster will take photographs to give him concepts for tale writing. 

“At times images can make up a story, because story composing is what I’m fantastic at.

“I like shots or photos to be component of that tale.”

Mr Webster is part of a group of individuals with disabilities who are being empowered to display their perspective on lifetime by way of pictures. 

William Webster likes to function with shadows when having images.(

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The team is run by Hobart’s Mosaic Assistance Support, as element of its visual arts application. 

“We get collectively weekly on a Tuesday and we get alongside one another in the early morning, have a cup of tea, discuss about wherever we want to go,” guidance employee Rodrigo Diaz-Icasuriaga claims.

Two women check a viewfinder on a camera
Pailin Morton (right) shows her image to assistance employee Shelley Chambers.(

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“The group at first went less than the identify ‘The World As I See It’, and that is what photography’s all about. It can be standpoint, and we all have a exceptional and personal perspective.

“For our customers to be in a position to display other folks how they see the planet is truly vital.”

A man looks through a camera viewfinder in a hot house
Shaun Phillips loves using the specialist-good quality DSLRs. (

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Shaun Phillips also enjoys capturing moments in mother nature. 

“I enjoy it absolutely,” he states. 

“Distinct leaves on the trees, the red and orange and blue and yellow kinds, it is excellent to get photographs of types on the floor too.

“I like to go down to the bottom of the [Tasman] bridge, just take the h2o reflection, I will go choose some shell pictures and reflections on the drinking water as well.”

Cameras not ‘happy snappy’ types

A man stands with a camera around his neck stands on a bridge
Bradley Fysh joined the picture shoot in Hobart’s Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens. (

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The photographers are outfitted with qualified tools to shoot and share their operates.

“We use DSLRs, we needed to give the men a opportunity to use one thing qualified, instead than a happy snappy camera,” Mr Diaz-Icasuriaga states. 

“The reward of obtaining DSLRs is they get improved images, we have appropriate lenses on them.”

A close up photograph of autumn leaves
A photograph of autumn leaves by Shaun Phillips, June 2021. (

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Mr Phillips says the DSLRs are quite good to use. 

“Far better than the compact kinds for the reason that the small types are also little to take pics. The big ones are so substantially much better.”

A woman in a puffer jacket stands in a garden with a camera around her neck
Kaye Giameos enjoys the enterprise of other photographers in the team.(

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Fellow photographer Kaye Giameos is delighted with how her images techniques have progressed.

“When I initial learnt, it didn’t come out properly, but then I commenced to acquire them and it arrived out best, so I learnt.”

The group’s photographs are employed to make things that are marketed in the Produced by Mosaic shop. 

“Men and women from Mosaic print them on the luggage and the cups,” Ms Giameos suggests. 

The group also consistently holds exhibitions.

“So which is when we get to sift via all the shots, locating the nicest pics to use for the exhibitions,” Mr Diaz-Icasuriaga claims. 

A woman with curly hair carries a tote bag with a photo of trees printed on the front
Kaye Giameos models a tote bag printed with a person of her pics.(

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“We do a little bit of photoshopping as a team with composites, stacking pictures and blending concerning.”

Ms Giameos enjoys remaining surrounded by other photography fanatics.

“I take pleasure in it, each Tuesday I like heading out and having pics with the team.” 

Members of a disability photography club taking stills in a greenhouse
The pictures club fulfills when a week.(

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