Murray Fredericks is an Australian photographer who was the cinematographer and co-director of the documentary film ‘Salt’. If you haven’t seen the breathtaking images from the ‘Salt’ series, they capture the extensive salt pan in the middle Lake Eyre in South Australia’s outback. They were all solo trips where he camped alone on the salt for several weeks each visit.
He worked on the project between 2003 and 2010 (a total of sixteen visits) and produced this major body of work. It won twelve major international awards and was played over 50 festivals.
If you are not familiar with his work, time to get acquainted. Scroll down to get a taste of the photographic series and to watch the trailer of 'Salt'.
To view the complete work, go to www.murrayfredericks.com.
All images © Murray Fredericks
Cinematographer/ Director Murray Fredericks
Director/ Producer Michael Angus
Editor Lindi Harrison
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