Trey Ratcliff Photography: Incredible Adventure Pictures

Trey Ratcliff

Trey Ratcliff

Trey Ratcliff is a professional photographer from Queenstown, New Zealand. He lives a strange, unplanned, and unexpected life of photography and adventure. Trey agreed to give us a video interview and it’s a great honor for us to publish the interview with Trey Ratcliff on AstrumPeople magazine.

In the video interview, Trey shares his thoughts on photography, how he got started and what inspired him.

Trey is known for his gorgeous and beautiful pictures that daily inspire thousands of people around. He runs his travel photography blog StuckInCustoms.com which is quite popular among creative people. Trey Ratcliff is a self-taught photographer and he prefers learning everything himself. He tried many different kinds of art such as drawing, painting and most of all he’s fond of photography. Trey’s got his unqiue “take” on HDR Photography and if you wish to learn something about HDR photography processing you can download Trey Ratcliff HDR Tutorial here.

Generally, for capturing images Trey uses Nikon DSLR and Sony NEX-7 cameras. On the software side he uses Photomatix HDR by HDRsoft, Photoshop, etc.

Trey loves travelling and he’s got a tremendous list of places to visit. “The more you travel, the more you end up in discovering other little places that you should visit… ” Trey said.

We would like to thank Trey for his very interesting answers and wish him brilliant success, great ideas and, of course, continued inspiration. It was a pleasure for us to take an interview with Trey Ratcliff who shared some interesting facts of his biography. Enjoy watching the interview and viewing of Trey Ratcliff photography.

Trey Ratcliff Photography

Trey Ratcliff Photography

Trey Ratcliff Photography

Trey Ratcliff Photography

Trey Ratcliff Photography

Trey Ratcliff Photography

Trey Ratcliff Photography

Trey Ratcliff Photography

Interview with Trey Ratcliff, Part 1:

Interview with Trey Ratcliff, Part 2:

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  • ALAS, both of these interviews are Part 1 — looking forward to Part 2

    • Thank you for your comment. Please check it once again. I see they are Part 1 and Part 2.