Tebani Slade is a fine art street and documentary photographer. She fell in love with photography at a young age, being influenced by masters such as Man Ray and Henri Cartier-Bresson, and later by Harry Gruyaert and Alex Webb. Born and raised in Australia, she graduated from Arts college and began to pursue her love of photography.
Through the years, she began partaking in many expeditions where she got the chance to capture the raw and unfiltered sid of life, documenting people, places and objects around her.
“When I look through the view finder, all my fears and anxieties wash away. I feel this rush of creativity. It’s quite overpowering. I want to express that power through my photographs and hope that the viewer can also identify with my work and feel the emotion captured through the lens. One of my favourite quotes, which drives a lot of my ambition, is from Magnum Photographer, David Alan Harvey“
‘Don’t shoot what it looks like, shoot what it feels like.’
Photography has given Tebani great power and courage to travel and explore unseen sights and make connections with people she otherwise wouldn’t. Always seen with a camera over her shoulder roaming the streets, her goal is to continue to enjoy capturing the hidden side of life and sharing it with the world.
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