Alana de Haan is a talented young photographer who hails from Toronto, Canada. When others struggle to find inspiration, Alana does it with ease by just looking at and appreciating the beauty that's all around.
It doesn't always have to be poetic or remarkable for a moment to be "picture-worthy." Sometimes it just has to feel natural to you as a photographer. Shoot what you like and think about the frame later. That's what we appreciate in the work of Alana de Haan. Inspiration seems to come to her naturally that when it's time to shoot, she captures it with great clarity. Everything feels authentic, genuine. Nowadays, that's a sight for sore eyes.
If you're interested in Alana's work, head over to her website and Instagram for more.
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