Ben Wilkinson is the bloke behind WILKOGRAPHY, and he’s recently starting sharing his fabulous photos on Facebook. He loves photography and he loves Tasmania… that sounds familiar! We love to share special images from Tasmania with our readers, and we’re keen to help business owners with promotion. So it all seems quite appropriate for Think Tasmania to provide Ben with some “exposure”.  Okay, so another photography pun.  You knew we’d go there! Now it’s over to the man himself to outline his… focus.

WILKOGRAPHY - Paradise Tasmania
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Ben Wilkinson from WILKOGRAPHY sharing his love of photography and Tasmania

Wilkography: Tasmania in Pictures

by Ben Wilkinson

I started taking photos when I was young and I have loved it ever since. In addition to all the amazing places we have on offer so close to our homes here in Tasmania it seemed a natural progression that once I was lucky enough to buy a Nikon DSLR it turned something I enjoyed into a healthy addiction.

WILKOGRAPHY - Tasmanian Waterfalls
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Waterfalls in Tasmania… Ben Wilkinson has great material for WILKOGRAPHY

The camera has inspired me leave the comfort of my house and explore some of the amazing places Tasmania has to offer, if you’re prepared to look for them. It has also given me so much more of an appreciation of what we have here in Tassie and how easily accessible these places are right here in our own backyard!


 

My goal for WILKOGRAPHY is to promote Tasmania and my brand by increasing the amount of people who are able to see and enjoy my pictures through Facebook and beyond. Hopefully I can show you a history of the places I have been and the growth of knowledge I have on how to use a camera… with a bit of luck the pictures will get better as time goes on as well. Well that’s the plan!

WILKOGRAPHY - Stunning Tasmanian Photography
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Capturing stunning scenery in Tasmania is a passion for Ben of WILKOGRAPHY

Its sort of like a road trip around some of the most beautiful spots and events in Tasmania, but you don’t have to leave your chair until you realise what your missing and go looking for yourself!

WILKOGRAPHY - Tasmanian Fungi
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Ben likes to explore and discover all that Tasmania has to offer and share via WILKOGRAPHY

I also have a desire to start taking pictures for Tasmanian business owners to promote their input into our economy. I would like to help people grow their local business through the use of my images for marketing purposes. I can be contacted on the details provided to discuss this further and will be making myself available and flexible. I hope to become a very cost effective way for people to promote themselves, their business and Tasmania.

WILKOGRAPHY - Tasman Bridge, Hobart
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The Tasman Bridge over the Derwent River in Hobart Tasmania

In so saying all of this I am happy to admit that in no way am I a professional but more so just passionate about taking quality pictures and I really enjoy my hobby. I do not spend a lot of time editing the pictures and like for them to look more like I took them rather than how the computer makes them out to be.


 

Please feel free to criticise and make comment constructively because your opinions as the viewer matter, most importantly though please share the page with your friends and family so I can promote Tasmania through WILKOGRAPHY!!

WILKOGRAPHY - Peacock
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The WILKOGRAPHY Facebook page showcases a variety of images

If you’d like to purchase a picture, contact Ben Wilkinson by email or send a message via WILKOGRAPHY on Facebook. Ben doesn’t ask for a lot of money for his pictures; it’s merely a cost-covering exercise so you can enjoy the image forever. We hope you get as much enjoyment from looking at the pictures as Ben does from taking them, and we do from sharing them.

See also: beautiful Aurora Images from WILKOGRAPHY.

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